"I Am Not Okay With This" benefits from understanding the normalcy of weird, but its story, which sometimes drags, keeps it from being as good as its potential.
If you need a good cry, but not to the point of making an ugly face, "A Whisker Away" is just what you need.
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.
The controversial series has come to an end and, as before, we're promised some sort of secret which could derail what progress some have made, or attempted to.
All I can say is, be ready to cry. I’m talking lip trembling, snot producing, type of crying.
Between the Klan, an overzealous lawyer, and the return of Ace, does “Meg” stand a chance in being released?
As Avis makes her decision, Raymond and Dick butt heads and Ellen makes a proverbial leap of her own.
The screentests finally begin, and so comes the question, between Rock and Jack, Claire and Camille, who will get the lead parts?
The vulnerable side of many opens them up to new ideas, and manipulation, which will change Ray and Archie’s movie in ways they didn’t expect.