Please do NOT let Prime Video’s new series “Reacher” fly under your radar. It’s a show so intense and addictive that it’ll have you hooked before you know it. There is twist after twist in this crime drama, and they just keep coming.
This HBO Max series from James Gunn is a breath of fresh air in this genre that can often feel really rigid and overly structured. “Peacemaker” is given the chance to let loose a little bit and be its own kind of fun.
We are extremely early on into 2022, but I can already tell “Somebody Somewhere” is going to end up being one of my favorite new shows of the entire year.
One of TV’s funniest comedies is finally back, and “The Righteous Gemstones” are surrounded by more chaos than ever.
The show is so addicting. It’s so great to see Selena Gomez acting again, and the chemistry she shares with Steve Martin and Martin Short is incredible. The energy when the three of them are on screen together is really something special. It’s a murder-mystery drama, but there are subtle hints of humor that elevate this to something so much more than your run-of-the-mill whodunnit. It just feels so fresh to see a story unfold that is so unlike anything else out there.
Workplace, dramedy, and satire might seem like quite the hodge podge of words to describe one show, but they’re all accurate characteristics of “The Chair.”
Season 2 of “Modern Love” has premiered on Amazon Prime Video today, and it maintains that sense of charm we came to love with the first season. Pulling stories from essays in the New York Times column, there’s something about a thirty-minute slice-of-real-life that makes this stand out from the sea of streaming options. Showcasing love in all of its different forms is what has set this apart, and I’m happy to say that thread is consistent with this second season.
This a full-fledged deep-dive into how music is made coming from the minds of the people behind some of your favorite songs over the last few decades.
Ted Lasso, one of the best shows on TV (or on streaming) is officially back for its second season on Apple TV+! Just like the last time we spent some time with these characters, your dopamine level will be through the roof in no time.
Watching this feels as if we are sitting in on a conversation that we’re not supposed to be hearing, giving its audience a real fly-on-the-wall experience. It reflects on Paul’s career with The Beatles, as a solo artist, and how all of the songs came to be.