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The Devil We Know: Lucifer’s Resurrection on Netflix and What Went Right

(Spoilers if you haven’t finished watching the Netflix season yet. So, if you haven’t, stop reading and GO WATCH IT.) Oh, they should know that the Devil’s a hard one to shake. When Fox cancelled the comic-book-sourced procedural in 2018, the outpouring of love from the fans was a wonderous […]

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Lauren Holly Talks Hailey Dean Mysteries and Designated Survivor [Exclusive]

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] Hailey Dean Mysteries kicks off its spring 2019 run Sunday night at 9 pm/8c on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries with a trifecta of new films set to air over the next three weeks. Each will follow a separate murder case, with a throughline arc anchored by […]

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Showrunner Dennis Heaton Talks The Order’s Creative Team and Casting

After this past week, I’d recommend a healthy dose of escapism TV and luckily Netflix is obliging with the new supernatural-themed, secret-society-in-college series The Order. You can catch my interview with executive producer Rachel Langer and part one of my interview with showrunner Dennis Heaton here. In the second part […]

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Rachel Langer Talks Netflix’s The Order

I finished Netflix’s The Order in four days, which should tell you how much I enjoyed it since my aversion to the binge watch is well documented here. If you’re in the mood for a fun genre ride that’s alternately creepy and funny and heartfelt and wicked, by all means, […]

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Showrunner Dennis Heaton Talks Netflix’s The Order

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] My Canadian TV affection is pretty well-documented, and this morning, Netflix dropped The Order, a fun supernatural-themed series that’s wall-to-wall with some of my favorite #cdntv people and a host of familiar faces. The ten-episode first season centers around Jack (iZombie‘s Jake Manley), an incoming freshman […]

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Bob Marley Transforms from Showman to Shaman in Netflix’s ReMastered “Who Shot the Sheriff?”

The premiere: To say that watching “Who Shot the Sheriff?” was an education is a serious understatement. Not only did I get a vital history lesson on the internal and external political forces that shaped Jamaica in the ‘60s and ‘70s – and what caused the disenfranchisement and oppression of […]

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Director Kim Snyder Previews Her New Netflix Short Documentary “Lessons From A School Shooting”

So far this year over 380 people have died and over 1200 have been wounded in mass shootings in the US. Since the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary, there have been over 1600 mass shootings. Following director/producer Kim Snyder’s critically acclaimed documentary Newtown about the tragedy, she calls this film […]


Netflix’s Sacred Games Is the Thriller We’ve Been Craving

Summer’s final binge-watch: Sacred Games breathes new life into the TV thriller genre. Much to my dismay, I’ve noticed that some of the leaves on the tree in my neighborhood are starting to change color. The days are getting shorter. The pools will be closing in a few short weeks. […]


Quick Takes: Netflix Reveals Date for Final Episodes of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Here’s what we know about Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. The Tina Fey and Robert Carlock comedy is currently in its fourth and final season. The first six episodes of season four recently launched last week.

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Top 5 Reasons to Binge Altered Carbon

[Warning: General spoilers ahead] Hey, so a long weekend is upon us and perhaps you’re looking to binge something at home or while traveling this weekend? I wrote earlier this year about Altered Carbon, and while I intentionally took it one episode at a time, its 10-episode first season is […]