Upon rewatch, I was struck by how Firefly seemed to be a turning point for self-proclaimed feminist Joss Whedon.
Bad Judge created a refreshing and rather delightful shift away from traditional television norms, where women are punished for falling outside very narrow norms.
AMC committed a cardinal sin this week — the network spoiled its own show.
Each year, we find ourselves railing against the sheer transparent grab for viewer attention.
Twin Peaks is every bit as delightful as it was 25 years ago.
“Gomorrah The Series” then is a breathtaking, heart stopping achievement that has arrived in the golden age of episodic television
In US media and entertainment, there’s clearly a call for comic adaptations, but might we be on the verge of a glut?
This is not the typical procedural. It is a thoughtful, contemplative look at murder and small towns, with a sharp feeling of realism.
Don’t go into Outlander with the expectation of meeting a real feminist heroine like Arya Stark.
There is nothing new or innovative here in terms of storytelling and narrative presentation.