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Review: 'Lost In Space' Thrills with Third and Final Season

Review: 'Lost In Space' Thrills with Third and Final Season

TELEVISION | By Kilian Melloy | Dec 1
It's more danger, more adventure, and more humor as the Space Family Robinson return for a third and final season of the classic show's Netflix reboot.

Review: 'The Humans' Adapts the Stephen Karam Play for the Screen

Review: 'The Humans' Adapts the Stephen Karam Play for the Screen

MOVIES | By Kitty Drexel | Nov 23
Three generations have gathered in a dilapidated apartment to celebrate Thanksgiving in lower Manhattan in this film adaptation of the Stephen Karam play.

Review: The Bayside Kids Are Back and 'Saved By The Bell' Still Offers Laughs

Review: The Bayside Kids Are Back and 'Saved By The Bell' Still Offers Laughs

TELEVISION | By Padraic Maroney | Nov 23
The Bayside kids, old and new, are back in an uneven second season of the reboot. Your patience will be rewarded if you bear with it through the early episodes.

Review: 'King Richard' Tells the Story of Venus and Serena Williams' Rise

Review: 'King Richard' Tells the Story of Venus and Serena Williams' Rise

MOVIES | By JC Alvarez | Nov 22
Will Smith stars in the sports biopic "King Richard," about Richard Williams, the father of tennis phenoms Venus and Serena.

Review: 'Cowboy Bebop' a Lovingly Faithful Reinvention

Review: 'Cowboy Bebop' a Lovingly Faithful Reinvention

TELEVISION | By Kilian Melloy | Nov 19
From the opening credits on, the live-action Netflix adaptation of the Japanese anime "Cowboy Bebop" is a mix of loving, respectful reinvention and fidelity to the source material.

Review: 'The Wheel Of Time' a Sweeping Epic Fantasy

Review: 'The Wheel Of Time' a Sweeping Epic Fantasy

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Nov 19
The search for the next "Game of Thrones" continues with the sweeping, woman-centered Amazon Studios series "The Wheel of Time."

Review: 'The Shrink Next Door' Has Panache, Impact

Review: 'The Shrink Next Door' Has Panache, Impact

TELEVISION | By Kitty Drexel | Nov 12
"The Shrink Next Door" is a series that delves deep into a sociopathic trauma bond.

Review: Lin Manuel Miranda Makes 'tick, tick... BOOM!' Genuine and Inventive

Review: Lin Manuel Miranda Makes 'tick, tick... BOOM!' Genuine and Inventive

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Nov 12
Lin-Manuel Miranda directs the film adaptation of Jonathan Larson's play "tick, tick... BOOM!," bringing an authenticity to this semi-autobiographical story from the creator of "RENT."

Review: 'Always Jane' a Family Journey as a Trans Teen Transitions

Review: 'Always Jane' a Family Journey as a Trans Teen Transitions

TELEVISION | By Kilian Melloy | Nov 12
This four-part Amazon Prime Video docuseries follows Jane Noury as she completes high school, completes her surgical transition, and becomes a confident young woman.

Review: 'The Disappointments' Trades in Cheeky, Bleak Humor

Review: 'The Disappointments' Trades in Cheeky, Bleak Humor

TELEVISION | By Kilian Melloy | Nov 8
Rich Burns writes, directs, and star in "The Disappointments," a short-form YouTube series that serves up cheeky gallows humor about gay male midlife and its discontents.

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