“When We Rise” Sheds Light on Important Issues

When the ABC mini-series “When We Rise” premiered on February 27, TV fans everywhere knew they were getting a thought-provoking look at some of the most important civil rights issues of the past 40 years, with a special focus on the hard-fought battle for full LGBT rights. Without a doubt, the highly talented cast of[…]

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What to Expect from “Big Little Lies”

Fans have been patiently waiting for HBO’s adaptation of the bestselling book “Big Little Lies” by Australian writer Liane Moriarty, and it looks like the new comedy-drama miniseries is going to be must-watch television starting on February 19. The seven episodes feature a star-studded cast, some gorgeous cinematography of California, plenty of twists and thrills[…]

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Why Fans Love “Shameless”

It’s hard to believe that we’ve already had 7 seasons and 84 episodes of the comedy-drama “Shameless.” In that long period of time, we’ve had plenty of time to fall in love with the characters and understand what makes the Gallagher family so unique. By almost any measure – like an 8.7/10.0 rating on IMDb[…]

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The Hilarity of “Santa Clarita Diet”

There’s never been a zombie comedy like “Santa Clarita Diet” before, that’s for sure. This Netflix Original Series has steadily gained in fans and popularity ever since all 10 episodes of he first season debuted on February 3. The reason for the popularity is simple: the entire premise of “Santa Clarita Diet” is just hilarious.[…]


Why Viewers Love “This Is Us”

  When “This Is Us” premiered in September 2016, NBC immediately knew that it had a smash hit on its hands. “This Is Us” quickly grew audience share and became Fall’s #1 new show with a lineup of 10 hit episodes. On IMDb, the show has a rating of 8.9/10 and on Rotten Tomatoes, it[…]

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“Black Mirror” and Its Soaring Popularity

“Black Mirror” is becoming the “Twilight Zone” of the new digital generation. Each new episode of “Black Mirror” presents a near-dystopian view of the future in which common, everyday technologies – our smartphones, social networks and digital gadgets – transform into instruments of fear, intimidation and paranoia. That almost palpable sense of fear about what[…]


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