While Ready To Love shows some growth this season, early on, as time goes on, all the old issues that have plagued this show rear their heads.
Tomodachi Game is likely to be the show you will clamor for the next episode of and wish it was available to be binge-watched.
In its premiere episode, while things seem a bit dry at first, about halfway through the episode, you see what has people hyped about Squid Games.
Panic seems like a potential sleeper hit for Amazon Prime that just needs to be discovered by the right people to blow up.
Despite changing some aspects of the show, Ready To Love still struggles to end up with three couples and cast people who can handle what the show calls for.
The first season of “Legendary” has quite a few kinks to it, but there is a serious effort through the performances and backstories to compensate.
As “Pose” reintroduces ballroom to the mainstream, we meet the modern-day girls ready to make you gag as you possibly question why two people are their judges.
Fiddlin’ presents a good introduction to bluegrass music and gives you an idea of its current state and how it continues to thrive.
Rhythm + Flow, one of Hip-Hop’s first popularized music competitions, may have a few flaws but shows potential.
Rhythm & Flow begins with the need to question, to be rap’s next big superstar, what’s more important: Lyricism, being a performer, or accessible to a white audience?