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An eight-episode compilation of very loosely related stories, each involving some aspect of sex and romantic relationships in the 21st century, which each struck me individually as slyly disguised potential pilots for Netflix than collectively as a debut season of a single, ongoing series.
Narcos is back with a different showrunner, one who seems to be trying to dismantle a lot of what came before---even stuff that worked.
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After a disjointed Season 3, Frank and Claire are back to doing what they do best -- clawing their way to power. Frank faces his toughest election, while Claire has her own agenda, but the past may be closing in on both of them.
Our friends at AgonyBooth.com attempt to silence the wails of Gene Roddenberry's ghost by discovering where Andromeda went so horribly wrong.
Binge-watch this long-running teen show on Netflix this week, so you can embrace your inner whiny teenager, brush up on your use of clever hashtags, and, of course, practice your Canadian accent. Not a bad way to spend five hours, ey?
Downton Abbey may be coming to an end, but Netflix has you covered with a new series about even snootier aristocrats. Let's take a peek.
Jessica Jones has been a comic book hero for less than ten years and yet she's been chosen to headline the MCU's latest Netflix installment. Is this rookie worth binge watching? SPOILER FREE REVIEW.
One week into the official start of the fall TV season, how are the new shows performing? We already have at least one embarrassing bomb and a couple of potential hits.
Two competing versions of Ronald Reagan winning the Cold War singlehandedly are airing on a television near you. Which one is more accurate? HNTP takes a closer look at all the secrets, the sex, the murder, the music, and the corruption of world history.
At last! A sitcom about the glamorous life of a TV recapper! It's like someone has turned my TV into a mirror. But why should YOU watch it?
It's binge time! OITNB continues to perfectly straddle the line between dark comedy and serious drama, but Season 3 was mostly lackluster compared to the previous ones.
Episode Six is waaaaaaay too late for a network show to finally get good, but Allegiance does just that, pretty much immediately after NBC cancelled it. Fortunately, the whole thing is now available on Hulu. Should you watch it? Yes... and here's why.
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From B to Z... New SyFy series Z Nation embraces B-movie approach to zombies
Outlander takes romance slooooooooow
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