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Jan 11, 2019
A Series of Unfortunate Events season 3: Predictable but occasionally moving, Baudelaires' tale ends on emotional noteFor quite some part of this third (and final) season of A Series of Unfortunate Events, you're tempted to do just what the title track exhorts you to: "Look away, look away"
Dec 27, 2018
Homecoming's success could show the way ahead for other podcast-to-screen adaptationsWith Golden Globe nominations for Best Drama Series, and Best Actor and Best Actress nods for Stephan James and Julia Roberts, the Homecoming adaptation is among the rare podcast-to-screen adaptations to get it so right
Dec 26, 2018
The Innocent Man review: This true crime docu-series isn't Netflix's best, but compelling nonethelessBased on John Grisham's non-fiction book of the same name, The Innocent Man — Netflix's new true crime docu-series — travels to the town of Ada, Oklahoma, to uncover gruesome happenings dating back to the 1980s, and the effects those events continue to have on some present-day residents
Dec 25, 2018
Derry Girls review: Netflix's madcap, irreverent comedy about five Irish teens is the show you need to stream right nowIn the very first episode of Derry Girls, we see the five teenagers who are its protagonists — Erin, Orla, Clare, Michelle, and James — seated in the headmistress’ office at school. One by one, their parents rush in, to be informed that their wards were found in very odd circumstances involving a dead nun and detention.
Nov 20, 2018
Narcos: Mexico review — Netflix's global hit delivers another high with solid fourth instalmentAs catchphrases go, 'In crisis, there's opportunity' doesn't quite have the same ring as 'plata o plomo'. But it serves just fine as the core of Narcos: Mexico, instalment four of Netflix's hit original.
Oct 26, 2018
The Haunting of Hill House review: Netflix's horror series shows ghosts come in all shapes and sizesThe Crains of Hill House are unique indeed in their unhappiness. Their dysfunction has an added edge: the horrors of the house they once inhabited, and the predisposition for mental illness they may carry in their genes
Oct 03, 2018
Deadwind season 1 review: Netflix's latest Nordic noir offering is reliable, regulation televisionDeadwind is best avoided if you’ve never encountered Scandinavian or Nordic noir previously
Sep 25, 2018
American Vandal season 2 review: With a story about poop, Netflix mockumentary shows its heartIt's among the odder facts of our time that a TV show about d*ck graffiti and poop (American Vandal in its first and second seasons, respectively) has one of the strongest emotional cores of recent pop culture offerings.
Sep 18, 2018
BoJack Horseman's brilliant season 5 offers a stunning indictment of the show itselfBoJack Horseman's season 5 may not go down as its funniest, or cleverest, or most poignant. But it is by far the show's most brilliant season yet.
Aug 24, 2018
Ghoul review: Netflix's horror series featuring Radhika Apte is atmospheric, partly disturbing but fully grippingThere are several levels of horror at play in Ghoul, and this layered approach to an oft-misunderstood genre comes from a director who seems keenly aware.