Once again, Fantasy Island returns, but this incarnation has women as the lead, strips away the horror element, and tries to bring something new to the formula.
Browsing: Mixed (Stick Around)
You can see potential in the future, but it is hard to tell if you’re being optimistic or the series just needs time to flesh everything out.
Dear White People ends triumphantly for most, as we not only get to see how senior year went but get an idea of what the future holds.
In its second season Motherland: Fort Salem seems overwhelmed by what it can say, do and show, to the point it barely succeeds in what it does do right.
Thanks to a time jump that isn’t adequately reconciled, combined with diminishing the role of most characters, David Makes Man strips away a lot of what made you a fan in the first season.
The first half of The Nevers makes you wonder if the second half of the season is needed to appreciate it or if it’ll just end up more of the same.
Made For Love is the type of show that fits into the streaming wars demand for content, no matter how quirky or niche the product.
While Horimiya starts off cute, with a potentially beautiful and complicated story, it eventually boils down to something silly and at times bloated.
The Promised Neverland: Season 2 is a proverbial sophomore slump compared to season 1 as it presents no credible threats or reasons to get invested.
Redo of Healer is your classic, starts off violent and shocking, but as you become adjusted to the sex and violence, you realize there isn’t much there.
While, like most M. Night Shymalan productions, you have to wait till the end for things to get good, Servant season 2 will make you interested in a 3rd season.