TV Reviews

‘House of the Dragon’ Season 2 Review: HBO’s Biggest Drama Brings Summer Heat with Blood-Soaked Targaryen Mayhem

When a Targaryen is born, the gods flip a coin. The two choices as it soars through the air are… Read More

June 6, 2024

‘Hacks’ Season 3 Review: HBO’s Best Comedy Series is Fiercer and Funnier Than Ever

While first seasons can feel awkward and sophomore seasons test the consistency of the narrative, a third season of television… Read More

April 26, 2024

RuPaul’s Drag Race Recap S16E16: The Final Hoedown Throwdown

After a season of sisterhood and shadiness, RuPaul’s Drag Race comes to a close on its sixteenth season of the… Read More

April 19, 2024

RuPaul’s Drag Race Recap S16E15: Super Smash Bros Brawl (Deluxe Lip Sync Edition)

The episode begins with the entire cast of season 16 flooding the Werkroom, the eliminated Queens seemingly have no idea… Read More

April 12, 2024

‘Franklin’ Review: Talk Less, Smile More; Gorgeous Production Slightly Bogged Down in Dry Diplomacy

In today’s world, diplomacy seems to be somewhat of a lost art. When so much is visible and accessible in… Read More

April 10, 2024

RuPaul’s Drag Race Recap S16E14: Memoirs of a Gay-sha

It’s the final week of competitive challenges for this season of Drag Race, so it’s only natural it begins with… Read More

April 5, 2024

‘Ripley’ Review: Andrew Scott is Perfection in Steven Zaillian’s Exquisite Adaptation of Literature’s Most Cunning Con Artist

Over five novels, multiple feature films plus radio, television and theatre, Tom Ripley has embedded himself, rather insidiously, into our… Read More

April 4, 2024

RuPaul’s Drag Race Recap S16E13: Family (Resemblance) Matters

The Drag Race villain of the season, Dawn, has gotten the boot. Once “Body” began, her chances against the BBL… Read More

March 29, 2024

‘Sugar’ Review: Colin Farrell is the King of L.A. Noir in New Sour Apple Series

There are ways to pay tribute to cinema and television that came before contemporary media that honors the legacy of… Read More

March 27, 2024

‘Mary & George’ Review: Julianne Moore is a Machiavellian Mother in the Galitzine Empire

The opening credits of the new STARZ limited series Mary & George closes on Artemisia Gentileschi’s 1613 painting Judith Slaying… Read More

March 27, 2024

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