Directing is in the Howard blood. I can’t even imagine what it’s like to have a parent that is so successful that the pressure to be just as successful – ya, no. The anxiety would be much for me. I freak out over everything. But anyhow, Bryce Dallas Howard risesRead More →

Apple TV+ has flown somewhat under the radar in the streaming wars. There are some high-profile names on the service, like Reese Witherspoon, Jason Momoa, and Chris Evans, but that’s not all they have. While looking for something to watch last month, I stumbled upon Home Before Dark. This showRead More →

We can talk all day about who the best Chris is, but I will constantly circle back to that being Chris Evans. That being said, it should be of no surprise that there is nothing that Chris Evans does that I won’t watch. I admit I haven’t watched a lotRead More →

The Morning Show is getting increasingly uncomfortable and upsetting to watch. This week’s episode, which is titled “Play the Queen”, has us back in the present day, after the short one-episode trip down memory lane. Mitch is at Hannah’s door again, and honestly, their whole exchange made me so uneasy. HeRead More →

The title of the last episode of The Morning Show: “Open Waters” refers to the state we find most of our UBA network employees. It’s a metaphor, carefully laid out by Cory, about predators in the wild, circling their prey- only going in for the kill when they absolutely knowRead More →

“Well, can’t they kick out some of the displaced families? I do need room for my diamonds.” And that’s when I knew – 13 minutes and 21 seconds in – that this week’s episode of The Morning Show, entitled “The Pendulum Swings” was going to be my favorite. The episodeRead More →

Okay. Okay, okay. First things first. I feel like it’s necessary to tell all everyone reading this, that while I am a professional who tries to look at things subjectively- I am still typing “Newsroom” after every ‘The” in this article. The Morning Show is just not doing it forRead More →

Apple TV’s Dickinson, starring Hailee Steinfeld, is the parody retelling of Emily Dickinson’s life that you didn’t know you needed in your life. Hell, I didn’t know I needed it, and here I am ready and willing to experience season 2. So, from the humor to the relatable and outlandishRead More →

When Apple TV first announced that it would be launching its own streaming service, I think everyone just sort of shrugged, and said: “it was inevitable.” But then, they started announcing who they had booked. What the shows would be. Jason Mamoa in See. Hailee Steinfeld in Dickenson. And ofRead More →

When a show comes along that I can’t wait to see – I am hesitant to talk about it. Not because I don’t want to, but because I am afraid of jinxing it. These days all the shows that I can’t wait for are coming to streaming services and IRead More →