While the men of His Dark Materials are borderline liabilities to the show’s greatness, the women, more than enough, make up for what nearly every male character lacks.
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Be it the characters’ perceptions, the jokes or drama, or simply because it seems all the time and effort made into the production seriously just paid off, this is a show to watch.
“Lovecraft Country” continues the burgeoning tradition of, within the fantasy/horror genre, embedding Black stories to bring America’s shameful history back to life.
“Welcome To Buteaupia” will remind you of when comedians got hour-long specials because it was time, and they deserved it, rather than a network just needing content.
As The Chi continues to prune and grow, you can see it is fearless as it pursues avoiding routine and stagnancy.
“Die Hart” feels strange to watch in short clips, and with having to wait so long to see the end, it loses its luster quicker than if you got to watch all at once.
While “Servant” sometimes feels like a mini-series that went on too long, with each major reveal, it renews interest and keeps you wanting more.
“I May Destroy You” presents far more than a narrative about navigating life post being raped. It is a conversation starter with a wide range of topics.
“I Am Not Okay With This” benefits from understanding the normalcy of weird, but its story, which sometimes drags, keeps it from being as good as its potential.
“Insecure,” after a lengthy hiatus, returns, and while it does contain explosive moments, it’s the quiet ones that bring out its best scenes.
After a ten-episode season in season 2, the 6 episode season 3 feels like a disservice to such a great show.