Last weekend, the second season of Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag sweeped at the Emmys, stealing the crown from The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. The first season of Fleabag, which premiered in 2016, garnered no such awards attention, however, which would imply that the second season is far superior to the first. I
Undone is the trippy, heartfelt, and animated drama that you need in your life. It’s wild in how the Latinx lead discovers a new relationship with time after surviving a terrible accident. And it’s wondrously beautiful in the way we experience Alma’s (Rosa Salazar) life, struggles, and everything in between.
Carnival Row is a healthy dose of reality checking intrigue that leaves you feeling frustrated at times for the way that it accurately portrays how people treat individuals that are “different” and elated for the family that forms surrounding these harsh conditions. So before Carnival Row premieres August 30th on
Well, color me shocked. There’s what I expected from Carnival Row based on their SDCC panel and press conference: good fantasy, beautiful settings, clichés and tone-deafness in the message, and then there’s what I got from the show: good fantasy, beautiful – if a bit too dark – settings and
Somehow, even-perhaps especially- in this age of streaming where there are little to no commercial obligations, every single series still suffers from the “bloating” phenomenon. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is no exception, as “The Punishment Room” proves. Luckily, “We’re Going to the Catskills!” follows immediately after to remind the audience
In the time between the pilot of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel premiering on Amazon Prime and the rest of the season dropping eight months later, there was a lot of discussion about how this new series would rank in the Amy Sherman-Palladino universe. Emotional walls had been built following the
Nearly a year ago, Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, in partnership with Amazon Prime, dropped the full first season of her latest series, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Following the disappointment that the revival of her flagship show caused her die-hard fans the previous year, and the ambivalence evoked by her