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    Top 10: Post-Apocalyptic TV Shows

    The world as we know it is going to end one day. Just how it’ll will happen is the stuff Hollywood movies and TV shows are made of. Whether by plague, astronomical event, nuclear war, animals, zombie outbreak or angels, we are fascinated and drawn into shows that focus on our doom and destruction and […] More

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    TV Review: Hulu’s ‘The Great’ Is Female Empowerment Through an Historical Lens

    It’s not easy to modernize a country and plan a coup. To go from violence, debauchery, and foul-mouths to enlightenment, science and art take a lot of conniving, manipulation, and work behind the scenes. Hulu’s new satirical dramedy is a fresh take on Catherine the Great of Russia’s rise to power in the mid 18th […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Spaceship Earth’ Is Science Fiction Without the Fiction

    Imagine this. Eight people from different backgrounds are chosen to live and work together in a “controlled environment” for two years. And over those two years, we see what happens when people stop being polite and get real.  No, this isn’t a new season of “The Real World” or some other reality TV show. This […] More

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    WATCH: Season 2 Trailer for ‘Ramy’ Features Two-Time Oscar Winner Mahershala Ali

    Hulu has released the second season trailer for “Ramy,” which stars Ramy Youssef in the role that won him a Golden Globe for Best Comedy Actor earlier this year. The trailer not only showcases Youssef but also two-time Academy Award winner Mahershala Ali (“Moonlight” “Green Book”), who makes his debut on the show as a […] More

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    TV Recap: “Little Fires Everywhere” Episode Eight (Finale) – “Find a Way”

    The end is finally here, and the little fires are truly everywhere. The “Little Fires Everywhere” shows no interest in mending fences. Instead, its characters quite literally opt to burn everything down and start anew. The flashback that opens the episode finds the Richardson kids young and putting on a lemonade stand. A young Izzy […] More

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    TV Recap: “Little Fires Everywhere” Episode Seven – “Picture Perfect”

    We may be finally at the great big Bebe vs. McCullough court case, but Episode Seven of “Little Fires Everywhere” begins with one of its other feuds. Izzy (Megan Stott) and April (Isabel Gravitt) are headed to a party that Izzy thinks will be all “Lexis in training bras.” It becomes pretty clear that the […] More

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    TV Recap: ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ Episode Six – “The Uncanny”

    With all this intrigue, we were due for some answers. What better way to answer questions than with a bottle episode flashback? It was only a matter of time before “Little Fires Everywhere” sent us further into the past… the ’80s. You don’t hire AnnaSophia Robb just for one flashback to Paris. Not all of […] More

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    ‘Shrill’ Renewed For a Third Season By Hulu

    Hulu has announced a third season renewal of “Shrill,” a comedy series starring “Saturday Night Live” veteran Aidy Bryant. According to Variety, the new season will have eight total episodes. “Shrill” follows Annie (Bryant), a woman who strives to change and shake her life up without changing the way her body looks. Taking themes of […] More

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    WATCH: Trailer Released For BBC/Hulu Series ‘Normal People,’ Directed By Lenny Abrahamson & Hettie Macdonald

    Oscar-nominated director Lenny Abrahamson (“Room”) returns to television with the BBC Three and Hulu series, “Normal People.” The show stars Daisy Edgar-Jones (“Cold Feet”) and Paul Mescal (“The Lieutenant of Inishmore”). Abrahamson directs the first six episodes of the drama. According to Variety, the premise of the 12-part series follows the relationship between two young […] More

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    TV Recap: “Little Fires Everywhere” Episode Four – “The Spider Web”

    After keeping them in the background for all of the season, the episode finally leads with the McCullough family. We first flashback to one of Linda’s (Rosemarie DeWitt) previous pregnancies. The doctor and her fratboy-looking husband, Mark (Geoff Stults), tell her it will all be all right. We know better. With her adopted daughter Mirabelle, […] More

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