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Vida: Season 3 – Review/ Summary with Spoilers

After a ten-episode season in season 2, the 6 episode season 3 feels like a disservice to such a great show.

Legendary: Season 1 Episode 1 “Welcome to My House” [Series Premiere] – Recap/ Review with Spoilers

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.

Motherland – Fort Salem: Season 1 – Review/ Summary with Spoilers

"Motherland – Fort Salem" reminds you why there is a craving for original ideas and not rehashed stories, be it in the form of remakes of novel adaptations.

Sex Education: Season 2 – Review/ Summary with Spoilers

In season 2 of Sex Education, the show moves beyond the physical act of sex and focuses more on intimacy – both in and out of the bedroom.

Dare Me: Season 1 – Review/ Summary with Spoilers

“Dare Me,” as it explored the intimate relationships between a small town’s cheerleading squad, provides some of the best teen drama, not (originally) on FreeForm or Netflix.

Hightown: Season 1 Episode 1 “Love You Like A Sister” [Series Premiere] – Recap/ Review with Spoilers

“Hightown” aims to hit all your crime drama needs with drugs, sex, murder, gangs, and a lead seeking a path of redemption.

Betty: Season 1 Episode 1 “Key Party” [Series Premiere] – Recap/ Review with Spoilers

Fridays on HBO been their day to show something different from their Sunday night fare, and “Betty” is no different as it focuses on the daily life of skaters.

The Half Of It (2020) – Review/ Summary with Spoilers

“The Half of It” brings a positive spin on small-town America, while still pushing how getting out of your comfort zone is necessary to grow.

Hollywood: Season 1 Episode 1 “Hooray for Hollywood” [Series Premiere] – Recap/ Review with Spoilers

It’s been a long time since we really desired to binge something on Netflix, but “Hollywood” is bound to break the dry spell.

Straight Up (2019) – Review/ Summary with Spoilers

“Straight Up” explores the difficulty of fitting a sexuality label when the heart wants what it wants.