• Review: Friends: The Reunion by Alyssa Rasmus - 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:… Continue Reading
  • Review: Bridgerton, Season 1 by Alyssa Rasmus - 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… Continue Reading
  • The Expanse, Season 5: A Very Human Solar System Asserts Itself by Daniel W. Rasmus - The Expanse is back on Amazon Prime with a vengeance. This season isn’t as much about the little blue meanie of a molecule, but about the people who have been more pawns in previous seasons, even with Holden’s near messianic… Continue Reading
  • Review: Netflix’s Away Needs A Commission to Examine The Program’s Flaws by Daniel W. Rasmus - Away was a disaster waiting to happen. Not because of the production or the talent, but because of the writer and producer Andrew Hinderaker. He wrote on the wall, and in the back of his mind: pile on as many… Continue Reading
  • Star Trek: Lower Decks Loud, Annoying, and Promising by Daniel W. Rasmus - When a franchise meets a certain level of complexity, canon goes out the window. With Star Trek: Lower Decks, Star Trek finally not only bent canon, it completely blew through it. The animated series from Rick and Morty creator Mike… Continue Reading
  • Review: The Boys Season 2 Gives A Little Extra to Keep Viewers Hooked by Daniel W. Rasmus - Take Amazon's The Boys Season 1 and inject it with some V, and you end up with The Boys Season 2. It’s a little more hyped up to keep overly jaded viewers hooked on a premise that cannot possibly be… Continue Reading
  • Review: Ted Lasso by Alyssa Rasmus - 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… Continue Reading
  • Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 7: Our Finale Farewell [with new Comic-con 2019 Interviews] by Daniel W. Rasmus - Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 7 Review The Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 7 finale arrives tonight, ending the shows 7-year run on ABC, and hopefully wrapping up the journey with emotion and wonder. Season 7’s uneven run reflects the history of… Continue Reading
  • Review: The Night Manager Sizzles on Multiple Levels by Daniel W. Rasmus - Review: The Night Manager On BestEntertainmentReviews.com we post our reviews not with the rhythm of production, but with the rhythm of consumption. Sure, we like to watch all the latest content to watch, but sometimes there just isn’t enough time.… Continue Reading
  • Review: I’m Not Okay with This by Daniel W. Rasmus - Netflix’s I’m Not Okay with This, delivers a swift coming of age drama. It places the powered person origin story into a frenetic exploration of self-discovery. Young Sydney (Sophia Lilllis) begins the rapid-fire series running in the streets, presumably running… Continue Reading
  • Review: Defending Jacob by Alyssa Rasmus - There is no back to normal, there is just before and after. The story of Defending Jacob follows the Barber family as their son goes to trial for allegedly killing a classmate. Andy Barber, played brilliantly by Chris Evans, works as… Continue Reading
  • Review: Upload by Alyssa Rasmus - Amazon Prime's Upload takes a 21st Century approach towards the afterlife. The series focuses on Nathan, a tech entrepreneur who dies in a self-driving car accident. At the hospital, he can have surgery or get uploaded. His girlfriend's family foots… Continue Reading
  • Review: TNT’s Snowpiercer Worth Getting Your Ticket Punched by Daniel W. Rasmus - Review: TNT’s Snowpiercer Review: Snowpiercer — Humankind’s obsession with progress doomed the planet to a frosty death. A few stalwart humans find themselves on a train to nowhere, designed to ensure their future of humanity. The private project derails before… Continue Reading
  • Review: Hollywood by Alyssa Rasmus - Glitz, glamor, and the gilded age. 1940s Hollywood finds itself revered and scandalized. In a time when the culture changes and the second World War had just finished, Hollywood designed studios to churn out movies and use every trick in… Continue Reading
  • Review: Amazon’s Hunters Goes Down a Dark Path Toward More Darkness by Daniel W. Rasmus - Amazon's Hunters Goes Down a Dark Path Toward More Darkness Amazon's Hunters. I was in. The Karate Kid of Nazi hunter movies. I was hoping that was the pitch. The young orphaned Padawan, recently deprived of his grandmother’s love, taken… Continue Reading

 

Luke Cage Season 2 Luke Cage (Mike Colter) lives in a rough world. Luke Cage Season 2 sets up the
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As Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (AoS) winds down Season 5, I highly encourage you to revisit the MMCU (the mini-Marvel Cinematic Universe).
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Star Trek: Discovery and Keeping Big Lies Straight When people tell big lies that run over long periods, they rationalize.
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Had Star Trek: Discovery not been created as part of the Star Trek franchise, it probably would have made an
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Review: NBC’s Revolution As a scenario planner, I have a few rules about the future. First, there is no data
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