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Project Runway Review (Spoiler Free)
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Survivor 38, Episode 3 (Warning-Spoilers!)
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Shrill Season One (Spoiler-Free) Review
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Survivor 38, Episode 2 (Warning – Spoilers!)
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Project Runway Review (Spoiler Free)

One day you’re in, and the next day you’re out. Yes, it’s back with the same catchphrase, yet it feels almost sacrilegious that they’d keep that saying without keeping Heidi Klum as the speaker. A decade after leaving Bravo–and now without Tim Gunn or Heidi Klum–Project Runway is back on Bravo as a kinder, gentler […]

5.0
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Survivor 38, Episode 3 (Warning-Spoilers!)

Another week, another lame trip to The Edge of Extinction. I’ve given up on hoping there would be something somewhat dangerous there. But Reem? And now Keith? It’s really unappealing watching these two stumble around the island. It makes you wish for a falling boulder (Lord of the Flies) or at least a threatening smoke […]

8.5
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Shrill Season One (Spoiler-Free) Review

Aidy Bryant is a star. That was my top take away after watching the six episode first season of her new Hulu series, Shrill. Bryant is a star, and, to top if off, Shrill turned out to be a really solid dramedy (although, at no point in the season, was Bryant’s character ever actually shrill […]

5.0
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Survivor 38, Episode 2 (Warning – Spoilers!)

When one tribe is dancing even before tribal council, you have a pretty good feeling who is going to win, and that was definitely the case on Survivor this week. Frustratingly, we get very little about “The Edge of Extinction,” but nevertheless, that’s where the show started, with last week’s outcast Reem wandering around, half […]

7.0
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Survivor 38, Episode 1 (Warning – Spoilers!)

“Survivor is unpredictable and that’s why it’s so great and that’s why you are here,” Survivor host Jeff Probst warned the contestants at the beginning of season 38, the latest installment of the constantly changing show. It doesn’t take him long (about a minute into the show’s running time, in fact) to reveal one of […]

5.0
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Miracle Workers Review

“It’s way too late to help Earth,” a newly-transferred angel is warned at the beginning of TBS’ new comedy Miracle Workers. While that may not be news, I’m afraid the only headline I can craft after watching the pilot of this show is it’s way too late to help Miracle Workers. The show, based on […]

7.0
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The Passage Review

There’s a moment at the end of the pilot of Fox’s new thriller, The Passage, that perfectly sums up what works in the show: Despite already abdicating his duty as a federal agent and saving his “assignment” by getting into a shootout with government agents that likely left several dead, the protagonist asks the child […]

8.0
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Pen15 (Spoiler-Free) Review

If you chuckled when you read the phrase Pen15 in the title of this review, or if you are between the ages of 30 and 38, I suspect Pen15 will hit your perfect nostalgic sweet spot. And if that first sentence doesn’t apply to you, well, there’s still plenty to love about the new Hulu […]

9.5
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One Day at a Time Season Three (Spoiler-Free) Review

There’s something magical about settling in to watch an episode of One Day at a Time. Perhaps it’s the nostalgia factor of watching a multi-cam sitcom taped in front of a live studio audience. Maybe it’s the familiar pacing of a family sitcom. It could be the sharp writing that is infused with heart. Or […]

8.0
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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 4.5 (Spoiler-Free) Review

Five years ago, when Netflix announced it has acquired Tiny Fey and Robert Carlock’s new comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt from the NBC scrapheap (the series was developed for NBC, who passed on it after an entire season had been completed), I was suitably intrigued to see what Fey and Carlock had put together. Now, having […]

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