In a slight change of pace, “Motherland: Fort Salem” may focus on witches and the supernatural, but with the general omittance of men, things appear far more severe.
In its series premiere, “Little Fires Everywhere” takes us back to 1997 and gives us a socio-economic tale with characters ready to burst at the seams.
“Breeders” is a candid portrayal of parenting – in terms of children being little menaces who you could imagine your partner offing.
After proving herself to be able to carry multiple films, even if they are meh, “I Am Not Okay With This” allows Sophia Lillis to be in her element and kick ass.
In “For Life,” rather than be yet another courtroom drama where the cases seem to only matter that episode, we get a show in which each case is a building block for the future.