As Mr. Inbetween trims the fat and highlights what made the first season great, it finds the perfect balance between Oz gangster and family man.
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Anne With An E proves itself to be a rare breed by maintaining its quality over three seasons, while still developing its characters and expanding its cast.
Part manic stand up special, as well as reflective documentary, Jenny Slate: Stage Fright gives you both the performer and the person who had to live life to write the jokes.
David Makes Man presents us with a coming of age story, featuring a young Black child, that often is restricted to indie movies which vie for Oscars.
Deon Cole’s Cole Hearted is the first special, in a long time, that is not only funny but quotable as hell.
Mo Gilligan: Momentum is unlike most comedy specials you may have seen before and makes Gilligan someone you have to keep a watch on.
In “Sticks & Stones” Chappelle reaches peak “I Do Not Give A F***” as he delves into Michael Jackson, the LGBTQ community, and more.
Kevin Hart’s Guide To Black History feels like a potentially classic edu-tainment program like what used to come out steadily in the 90s and early 00s.
Sharp Objects, once it gets into its groove, reminds you why mini-series make for the best method to do book adaptations.
In the first half of season 1, Jada Pinkett-Smith revives Red Table Talk and gives us the type of show you…