“Friends” has filled any void that the all-American traditions I’ve missed out on creating and have made “I’ll Be There For You” the theme song to my Turkey Day each year.
“Bisexual”: It’s a word flagrantly missing from the contents of my DVR and Netflix queue.
It’s a simple, quiet film with an inspirational subject reflecting on one of the best albums of the ’80s.
The documentary pulls on our emotions without cheapening its story.
Despite its genre and its more fantastical elements, “The Man in the High Castle” might be the most political show currently being produced.
“Chicago Med” is not a bad TV show; it just falls into many of the tropes of the medical drama, while not doing anything new with them.
Marvel’s new Netflix series “Jessica Jones” isn’t just the best female-driven superhero show on air right now (not that there are many) — it’s the best superhero show to have come out within the past few years.
It’s lighter fare than its emotionally exhausting lead-in, but “Into the Badlands” needs to improve its storytelling in order to live up to its own visual standards and to keep its promising audience.
Unfortunately, Bosworth’s presence and the show’s stylish aesthetics seem to be “The Art of More” ’s only redeeming qualities.
“Scandal” showed me something I never thought I’d see on network television.