A character guide for Hulu’s “Reasonable Doubt,” including character descriptions, names of actors, quotes from the series, and more.
While legal dramas seem to come every season and are rather just the same, because “Reasonable Doubt” isn’t afraid to lean into its lead’s culture – it is strikingly different.
A health crisis tests not only Molly and Issa’s relationship but Issa and Nathan’s, which seems to be in a better than expected place.
As Issa tries to find a way forward with Nathan and Lawrence, Molly is still trying to figure a way for others to admit guilt.
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.
Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s “All in the Family” and “The Jeffersons,” brings on the nostalgia and, for the most part, revives the spirit of the source material.
In a pseudo-Eliza focused episode, we’re reminded how well to do her family is as Bridgette is reminded how much of an outsider she is.
Peeples wastes all its potential for the sake of bad jokes and situational comedy.
Plot Overview Anita Hill, after being silent for 10 years, comes forward within a week of Clarence Thomas becoming a member of the Supreme Court and is crucified in political theater. Rating: TV Viewing Review Summary While the movie surely illuminates the topic of sexual harassment, in some ways it does feel like a disservice…