A lot has been said about Nanette, Hannah Gadsby’s Netflix special. Released last week (I provided a teaser for the trailer round-up that weekend), the special was a slow burn that exploded this week as critics and fans found and streamed Gadsby’s special. Moira Donegan at The New … Continue reading A Quick Note About Hannah Gadsby’s “Nanette”
We’re all in agreement about what we all should be doing tonight. Getcha popcorn (and Terrell Owens/Michael Jackson memes) ready and binge yourself on the second series of Netflix’s re-imagining of a cult-ly popular 1980s women’s wrestling league. KATHERINE’S PICK: GLOW [Netflix] GLOW, the second best … Continue reading What to Watch: 06/29/2018
There are movies out this weekend. And, you know, I can’t tell you what the big Blockbuster should be. Given all that we have, I’m happy to binge GLOW at home.
On a day after a shocking political upset, our vote goes, by a 2:1 ratio, for mystery boxes of cooking over the season (and almost series) finale of TV’s most complicated sci-fi show. BRAD’S PICK: The Expanse [Syfy, 9p] Humanity hangs on the balance of quite … Continue reading What to Watch: 06/27/2018
We’ve got ice cream for you tonight. Need we say more? If so, we’ve also got mob thrillers, media-themed dramas, and some biting polemical stand-up. FIONA’S PICK: The Bold Type [Freeform, 8p] Last week tiny Jane learned an important lesson in embracing failure. Without Scarlet as … Continue reading What to Watch: 06/26/2018
On a second season episode of Netflix’s reboot of Queer Eye (and here’s Fiona’s words on why you need to be watching this show), schlubby (and impossibly sweet) 40-something William gazes at his sad, pre-makeover couch and acknowledges the classic divide between he and his … Continue reading What to Watch: 06/25/2018
Life of the Party may not have bested Marvel at the box office (what can?) when it came out, and it may have a Rotten rating online, but in a world where feature films are destined to repeat through long suburban weekends, couch potatoes will be … Continue reading Life of the Party: McCarthy’s Warmest Role to Date