‘Emily In Paris’ Sets New Series Regular And Is Back In Production For Season 3

We may not be Team Alfie, but we are Team more Lucien Laviscount! Thank you Netflix, for making him an #EmilyInParis series regular!

Mindy Kaling Talks About Why ‘Never Have I Ever’ Will Only Run For Four Seasons

Will we miss #NeverHaveIEver? Yes. Do we understand why it’s only going to last 4 seasons? Also yes.

Liam Hemsworth Signs On ‘Lonely Planet’

It can’t be just us that missed Liam Hemsworth on our screens. Sure, we get a lot of his brother, Chris, but it’s not the same.

The Trailer For ‘365 Days: This Day’ is Here And We Can’t Forget It, Unfortunately

We’re not sure what the actual plot of this shit is, but we’re sure we don’t want to know. Yet, we’re also sure we’ll hate watch.

A Thank You Letter to Bridgerton’s Sharma Women

Thank you to the Sharma Ladies for fulfilling so many dreams through their formidable South-Asian representation in Bridgerton S2.

Netflix’s ‘Locke & Key’ to End with Season 3

Netflix’s Locke & Key is set to end with season 3 and our hearts are broken even though we understand that this was always the plan.

‘Bridgerton’ Season 2 Roundtable

Like everyone else, we at Fangirlish can’t get enough of talking about Bridgerton‘s second season – the good and the bad. We’ll do a separate roundtable for the Kathony (or Kanthony) of it all (of course), but we wanted to…

Kat McNamara and Dom Sherwood Want Us To Relive Shadowhunters, For Some Reason

We will say this about Shadowhunters, the chaotic mess of a show that aired from 2016 to 2019 on Freeform and Netflix: it always gave us lots to talk about. So, so much to talk about. For that reason, maybe…

Reviews From A Non-Book Reader: ‘Bridgerton’ 2×08 “The Viscount Who Loved Me” 

Bridgerton 2×08 “The Viscount Who Loved Me” is about listening to your heart and betting everything on it, no matter the consequences.

Reviews From A Book Reader: Bridgerton 2×08 “The Viscount Who Loved Me”

Bridgerton 2×08 “The Viscount Who Loved Me” gives us the happy ending we deserve, and ends a good, but not great season, on a high.

Reviews From A Non-Book Reader:  ‘Bridgerton’ 2×07 “Harmony” 

Bridgerton 2×07 “Harmony” is about family, love, and what happens when we put ourselves first, despite the consequences. We review!

Reviews From A Book Reader: Bridgerton 2×07: “Harmony”

Bridgerton 2×07 “Harmony” is about the fallout, and about Kate and Anthony, finally. It’s taken the show too damn long.

Reviews From A Non-Book Reader: ‘Bridgerton’ 2×06 “The Choice”

Bridgerton 2×06 “The Choice” is about the decisions we make. Some are imposed by duty, others by fear, and others by heart. We review!

Netflix’s ‘Choose Love’ Is Set To Be an Interactive Romantic Comedy

Netflix really is doing a ‘choose your own adventure’ style rom-com titled Choose Love and we are here for it!

Duty, Sacrifice, and Desire In ‘Bridgerton’

The second season of Bridgerton isn’t without its flaws. But Kate and Anthony (a.k.a. Kathony or Kanthony) aren’t on the list. Their chemistry is electric, and every single one of their moments together shine. That said, their story isn’t exactly…

Netflix’s ‘Choose or Die’ Drops Official Trailer

Netflix’s Choose or Die sees two young people getting up in the business of a spooky game they shouldn’t even be messing with. Period.

Reviews From A Non-Book Reader: Bridgerton 2×05 “An Unthinkable Fate” 

Bridgerton 2×05 “An Unthinkable Fate” is about love, passion, and the sacrifices we are willing to make for those we love. We review!

Reviews From A Book Reader: Bridgerton 2×05: “An Unthinkable Fate”

Bridgerton 2×05 “An Unthinkable Fate” muddles the waters of the messy love triangle even more, even as the Kanthony chemistry reigns.

Reviews From A Non-Book Reader: ‘Bridgerton’ 2×04 “Victory”

Bridgerton 2×04 “Victory” is about your heart interfering with duty, the choice you make, and what you’re willing to do to keep it.

Reviews From A Book Reader: ‘Bridgerton’ 2×04: “Victory”

Bridgerton 2×04 “Victory” feels nothing like one, for Edwina, for Anthony, for Kate and even for us, the viewers following their story.

Reviews From A Non-Book Reader: ‘Bridgerton’ 2×03 “A Bee in Your Bonnet” 

Bridgerton 2×03 “A Bee in Your Bonnet” is about the past and how it’s part of who we are, influencing the decisions we make, and our future.