Baby Season 2 Review: Still Nothing To Make A Fuss About Baby Is Back

You might remember Netflix’s Baby from late last year when it attracted some salacious headlines thanks to its vague association with a

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Tell Me Who I Am Review: Netflix Documentary Presents An Extraordinary Ethical Dilemma What Is Real And What Isn't Real

If you are reading this review, and you have not read the premise for the Netflix documentary Tell Me Who

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Modern Love Season 1 Review: A Star-Studded Romance Anthology Series Soppy But Realistic

Varying versions of love; that’s the key message that ekes out of Amazon’s anthology series Modern Love Season 1, created

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Living with Yourself Season 1 Review: Paul Rudd and Aisling Bea Hit It Out Of The Park Another But Better Version Of You

This review of Netflix series Living with Yourself season 1 contains no spoilers. The only disappointing thing about Paul Rudd

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Looking for Alaska Season 1 Review: A Story Rooted In “Finding Yourself” With Confusing Characters A Great Shame

I have two opposing feelings for Hulu series Looking for Alaska Season 1, and I’ll delve into them separately. Starting

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Unnatural Selection Season 1 Review: A Strange Future Is Upon Us Playing God or Embracing Science?

Netflix Series Unnatural Selection Season 1 will be released on the platform on October 18, 2019. Every time I think about

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Transparent Musicale Finale Review The Pfeffermans Return For A Swansong

In the age of “Peak TV”, it’s not uncommon for a show once heralded as important to fade into irrelevance

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Haunted Season 2 Review: More Of The Same Charlatan Nonsense Horror Show

The first season of Netflix’s Haunted was cynical, exploitative garbage. But it was also popular, so here we are with Haunted Season 2,

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Insatiable Season 2 Review: A Continuation Of An Outrageously Wild Story But With Important Messages Diverse and Honest

This review of Netflix’s Insatiable Season 2 does not contain spoilers. You can read our review of the previous season

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