TV-Shows Reviews

SNOWPIERCER Season 2 is elevated by edge-of-seat thrills and the phenomenal presence of Sean Bean!

After dropping the more familiar narrative constraints of its first season and delving into more unknown territory, Snowpiercer manages to form its own riveting path through the snow. Through this season, the narrative and characters are propelled into so many unexpected directions that it makes this season a much more surprising and engaging watch. Right […]

SNOWPIERCER Season 2 is elevated by edge-of-seat thrills and the phenomenal presence of Sean Bean!
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TV-Shows Reviews

King: Sex and the City (2008)

In retrospect, the genuinely great moments of Sex and the City were very few and far between. At its core, the series provided an electrifying vision of female friendship and, on the rare occasions when it genuinely embraced that project, it stood in a league of its own. We saw it in the last minute […]

King: Sex and the City (2008)
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Amazon Prime

Carnival Row

 Amazon Prime          Orlando Bloom, Cara Delevingne   Jarred Harris   Suspense, Fantasy, Drama A serial killer is loose in Carnival Row, and the government turns a blind eye (as always) to lower class citizens. The human Rycroft Philostrate (bloom) is a detective or P.I. looking into the deaths of some fae […]

Carnival Row
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Netflix

Breaking Bad (2008-2013)

There is no doubt that Breaking Bad is genius. It shows how “the impossible”—like the notion that an innocent, deferential science teacher could transform into an evil, mass-murdering, money-laundering meth kingpin within a couple of years—becomes “possible.” And, even more strikingly, the dichotomy between lead character Walter White and his sidekick Jesse Pinkman is brilliant. […]

Breaking Bad (2008-2013)
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Netflix

Series Review: Return to “detectorists”

I stumbled into “detectorists” when it hit Netflix some years back. But the streaming service had just the first two seasons of it, and while I binged it and absolutely adored it, I never got around to writing about it. Coming back to the series, after a third season of it brought things to a […]

Series Review: Return to “detectorists”
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Netflix

Bojack Horseman (2014-2020)

Animated series about washed up former actor Bojack Horseman (Will Arnett) living in “Hollywoo” and trying to battle his demons at the same time. This is a show I wasn’t keen on to begin with and I vaguely remember the promo for the first series. The idea of animals as humans didn’t really appeal to […]

Bojack Horseman (2014-2020)
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HBO

Watchmen (2019) TV Review

Age Rating: Cast: Regina King as Angela Abar/Sister Night Don Johnson as Judd Crawford Tim Blake Nelson as Wade Tillman/Looking Glass Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Calvin “Cal” Abar Andrew Howard as Red Scare Jacob Ming-Trent as Panda Tom Mison as Mr. Phillips Sara Vickers as Ms. Crookshanks Dylan Schombing as Christopher “Topher” Abar Louis Gossett […]

Watchmen (2019) TV Review
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Apple TV

‘TED LASSO’ or a Smile Means a Lot

During the peak of Christmas season watching, my friend Jen told me about a little show she loved called Ted Lasso. I’m normally not much of a TV person so I put it in the back of my mind and didn’t watch it until this last week. I needed a break from the heady nature […]

[REVIEW] ‘TED LASSO’ or a Smile Means a Lot
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Hulu

Wandavision is a Tragedy

I’m loving the layers of Wandavision. The comedy and the horror but while watching the two commercials during the show I couldn’t help think how very sad Wanda’s story, and by extent the show, actually is. Spoilers below! Especially that first commercial for the Stark toaster/bomb and remembering the story about Wanda and her brother […]

Wandavision is a Tragedy
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Amazon Prime

The Office (US) (2005-2013)

A motley group of office workers go through hilarious misadventures at the Scranton, Pennsylvania, branch of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. While I didn’t see the show during its original run, I was aware of its cultural identity and that it launched the careers of John Krasinski (A Quiet Place) et al. I was put […]

The Office (US) (2005-2013)
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Netflix

[REVIEW] BRIDGERTON: Netflix Meets Dishy Regency Romance Novel

It’s interesting one would think with a new  female led action film coming to HBO Max this weekend in Wonder Woman 84 (which I did marginally recommend) I would not be looking to Netflix for pleasurable entertainment. Alas that is the case and fortunately they provided with the dishy new series from producer Shonda Rhimes […]

[REVIEW] BRIDGERTON: Netflix Meets Dishy Regency Romance Novel
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Hulu

WandaVision: Episode 1 & 2 Review

Back in the day, and I say it weirdly like that on purpose even though I mean only a mere three years ago, I used to do weekly reviews of single episodes of certain shows. More accurately Doctor Who, because that was really the only show I did that for (check out the last review […]

WandaVision: Episode 1 & 2 Review
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HBO

Your Honor

Your Honor: Çocuğu İçin Kendi Hayatını Hiçe Sayan Bir Baba (Bölüm 4-5-6 İncelemesi) İnişli çıkışlı bir başlangıç yapan dizinin devamını merakla bekliyordum. Ya dananın kuyruğu kopacaktı ya da kopacağı yerde bir dönüm noktası yaşanacaktı. Neyse ki ikincisi oldu, merakımın iyice arttığı bölümlerin genel olarak olumlu incelemesiyle karşınızdayım. Daha önce ilk üç bölümü incelediğim yazıya buradan […]

Your Honor: Çocuğu İçin Kendi Hayatını Hiçe Sayan Bir Baba (Bölüm 4-5-6 İncelemesi)
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Popcorn Time

The Americans (2013-2018)

This is the best show I’ve ever seen. Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad are up there, but, in my subjective opinion, nothing even remotely compares to The Americans. It begins with quite an impression—and only continues to improve and improve all the way to the finale (the best episode). What struck me first is […]

The Americans (2013-2018)
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