Much of the beauty of Starstruck is in its brevity, which may sound like a slight, but it's really a full-throated endorsement. Each of the six episodes is perfectly bite-sized, making the entire season, whether enjoyed in one sitting or spread across several, a delectable treat that perfectly satiates your need for comedy and romance, … Continue reading Review: STARSTRUCK Season 2 Manages to Be Better Than The Already Perfect Season 1
Gratifying. If I only got one word to describe the second (and I think final) season of An Astrological Guide for Broken Hearts, that's the one I'd choose. Sure, there are some aspects of the storyline that get stretched almost to the point of unbelievable in order to maintain dramatic tension, but the characters are … Continue reading Review: AN ASTROLOGICAL GUIDE FOR BROKEN HEARTS Has a Satisfying Second Season
I almost missed out on Love and Anarchy. The trailer, as trailers often do, strips the series of its depth and pacing, which left me thinking it would be a lot of awkward angles and sucker punches. But I was wrong. So wrong. I've seen the series described in a lot of ways—workplace comedy, dramedy, … Continue reading Review: LOVE & ANARCHY (Kärlek & Anarki) is So Good That I’ve Watched it Twice…So Far
Look, is An Astrological Guide for Broken Hearts going to win awards? Honestly, ever since Emily in Paris got nominated for an Emmy, I don’t even try to guess about what will and won’t win awards. But, my general point is that this is not prestige television. No, this is tasty-but-uncomplicated, rom-com comfort food where … Continue reading Review: Prospects Are Good For Enjoying AN ASTROLOGICAL GUIDE FOR BROKEN HEARTS
I'm sorry. Why is this show not getting more exposure? The Unusual Suspects—an Australian caper-heist-dramedy about women—stayed on my Hulu homepage juuuust long enough for me to binge all four episodes, and then—POOF—it disappeared into the crowded back alleys of streaming content. Even reviews of the series are few and far between. But that’s why … Continue reading Review: THE UNUSUAL SUSPECTS Uses a Zany Premise to Talk About Universal Topics–And Succeeds Beautifully!!