It’s safe to say with the current situation all around the world, we’re all going to have a lot of time on our hands. Being cooped up in the house sucks, we know, but we also know it’s for our own good. It doesn’t have to be so bad though.Read More →

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Sometimes, things slip by and we don’t know that something has started filming. Especially when they do it under a different name. The A.K. Small novel Bright Burning Stars has begun filming. The name of the adaptation is Birds of Paradise. The movie is currently shooting in Budapest, with SarahRead More →

Hunters’ first season was just released on Amazon Prime. It had both good and bad moments. Some that were predictable and some that took me by surprise. There were moments that I definitely cried in tears and outrage. I poured them out into this review for you. So, let’s goRead More →

When we think of HOT leading men, Sam Claflin definitely comes to mind. When we think of AMAZING books, Daisy Jones & The Six is definitely on that list. So combine the two and you’ve managed to maintain our attention. Sam Claflin is set as the male lead opposite Riley KeoughRead More →

Amazon continues to build on it’s catalog of unique and creative content in the form of Undone and its season 2 renewal. The news comes a couple months after season 1 dropped, and after we did a season 1 review here at Fangirlish on the show, and after executive producerRead More →

If you haven’t watched Modern Love, you need to. The show, which is airing right now on Amazon Prime is based on the New York Times column of the same name, has been made into eight half hour episodes and will make you cry your eyes out. The show droppedRead More →

Amazon Prime’s Modern Love has us thinking about, well …love. And if you, like us, were enchanted by the eight stories in this anthology – which we reviewed here – then we have an exciting opportunity for you. More stories! You probably known by know that the series is basedRead More →

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. IRead More →

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.Read More →

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 onRead More →