Netflix has a new epic on its hands and considering the vast and complicated world in Tribes of Europa, there is more going for it than against it.
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Kenan feels a bit overdue and maybe for the wrong network, but there is no denying it has heart, borderline corny jokes, and makes for something you can watch with your kids.
Though its film franchise doesn’t even have a 3rd movie, The Equalizer has again been remade, but this time as a series – one that Queen Latifah puts her own spin on.
It’s April 2020, and all the things one could do to distract oneself while at home have dissipated, and all that’s left is loneliness. Enter Mae, who has decided to take up virtual dating.
In It’s A Sin, we’re reminded what can matter more than the right school or job is finding your people — especially if you’re gay men in the 80s.
While you may want to applaud Marvel for trying something different with the MCU, Wandavision doesn’t seem like a guaranteed hit right out of the park.
Redo of Healer is a revenge story that may make you think of The Rising of the Shield Hero, but this is far more graphic, violent, and Keyaru’s revenge is active.
What begins as a story about an adorable recluse becomes a rather bloody tale about how the lead character’s friend committed suicide.
Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation is a reincarnated/transported to another world anime featuring ecchi, magic, and a notable amount of potential.
Call Me Kat, an American remake of Miranda Hart’s Miranda, may need more time than FOX may give it to be what it can and needs to be.