Each year, eight beautiful girls are chosen as Paper Girls to serve the king. It’s the highest honor they could hope for and the most demeaning. This year, there’s a ninth. And instead of paper, she’s made of fire.
Imagine a world without Coca-Cola, Harry Potter (gasped) and, yes, The Beatles.
I was scrolling Netflix’s titles and I came across this promise on how to set-up an online illegal drug company. Well, I immediately pressed play.
“Toy Story 4” is like a hello and goodbye to your childhood. It was fun, but now we have to hit the road.
Netflix to the rescue. After being cancelled by ABC, “Designated Survivor” returns for a third season.
This collection of nine stories from Pulitzer Prize winning author Adam Johnson has been around for some time but it was only recently just been published in a book.
It’s the usual Disney style to make a classic animated film and turn it into live action with the single rule of keeping it as close as the original. Aladdin is no exception.
For our third series review, we will go to “The Good Place” with Eleanor Shellstrop (with some spoilers along the way, so be warned), attend Jimmy and Gretchen’s wedding in “You’re the Worst ” and join Danny Rand in New York in his fight against the Hand in the TV adaptation of Marvel’s “Iron Fist.”
For our second TV series review, we will take a look with the Turkish series “The Protector” and the new DC series “Titans.” Also we’re reviewing the dark web series “EastSiders” and the return of “Dynasty.”
For our first TV series review this year, we take a look at the second season of the Medici series and some other good stuff mostly ignored in Netflix: “Good Girls,” the memoir “Special” and Gad Elmaleh’s “Huge in France.”