Category: Television Reviews

Review: Hacks

Irreverent, relevant, and very funny. Hacks on HBO Max is a bright comedy about an up-and-coming young comedy writer, Ava, being forcibly paired with an old-school Las Vegas standup comedian, Debbie Vance. Their antics and dramatics level up from caddy to joyfully entertaining. It’s Funnier That Way Ava is a messy writer who lost her […]

Wynonna Earp: Leaving Purgatory

Wynona Earp drives off into the midday sun on a motorcycle with Doc. But not without Peacemaker making one more kill, Doc Holliday’s beloved car, Charlene. And thus one of the campiest shows in television history follows its broken curse into streaming oblivion. But let me back up. Before initiating the motorcycle trek into the […]

Review: Friends: The Reunion

Many consider Friends as one of the greatest sitcoms ever made, deservingly so. The cast became instantaneously famous with the show’s success. Now, HBO Max is paying tribute to the 10-year run with a reunion decades in the making. Friends: The Reunion is a combination of a talk show, nostalgia, and table reads. This makes the […]

Review: Bridgerton, Season 1

Dearest Reader, I write to you today with news that Bridgerton on Netflix is the most viewed television original series on the streaming site. Though, with this endeavor, one might believe it to be a “steaming” site. Leave it to me to share with you why this audacious show has captivated the hearts and minds […]

Review: Ted Lasso

Apple’s Ted Lasso may be the best show to watch during this crazy time. A character with endless positivity and optimism may help us remember how to enjoy the little things in life. This half-hour comedy is the story of an American football coach becoming the coach of a British football (soccer) club. The basis of […]