For those averse to sports, The English Game is focused more on attitudes and mores of the time than on the game itself.
The pace of this superb mini-series is keyed to generating intimacy with the characters and their struggles.
What’s so appealing about Tiger King? Perhaps it is that the lurid goings-on are so distinctively American.
The sheer breadth of information presented here will, at the very least, raise public awareness by deepening our understanding of how pandemics work and why it is important to prepare for the inevitable.
Netflix’s Ares is a glossy sociopolitical/supernatural thriller from the Netherlands.
Little Fires Everywhere borders on being binge worthy; it’s a shame Hulu didn’t release all the episodes of the series at once.
This new series will offer ideas for movies and series that have stories or themes at least marginally related to the pandemic we’re all living through.
Luna Nera is mainly produced and written by women and proffers a satisfyingly feminist, woman-centric aesthetic — as witch narratives seem to do more and more these days.
Netflix’s newest comedy is a hilarious — though pointed –look at one of America’s biggest problems.
Both shows feature characters that are forced to grow up and deal with real-world hardships (including…death) too young.