“Bodies, Bodies, Bodies” satirical take on Gen Z/late Millennials will leave you giggling and potentially forgiving its ending.
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At a wake for a mutual friend, the most estranged of the four seeks out the dead friend’s now ex.
Genera+ion, while flawed, more than makes up for its low points by featuring queer people of color who bring a wealth of diverse stories.
On the brink of a major success, two women disagree on the best path forward for one’s career and their shared relationship.
Genera+ion might represent the next generation of youth dramas which contain a whole new slew of problems, but they all boil down to the same you’re used to.
A character guide for HBO Max’s “Genera+ion.” Included is information about characters and noteworthy information about the series.
Genera+ion seeks to break away from young adult show trends by having their characters be three-dimensional people and not primarily defined by a specific struggle.