The first two episodes are out and so many thoughts are going through my mind with this reboot. Are those things positive or negative? Read up to know more.Continue reading
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Dear world, here’s your favorite procrastinator. Last night, we saw the last of the Land of Westeros, the last of the fight for the Iron Throne, the big ending of the proclaimed “best tv show of all time”, Game Of Thrones. While the scenes are still fresh and so are the emotions surrounding them, here are my thoughts.
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After the American Vandal, this is the most genius show out of stupid shows. CW’s remake of Dynasty is the best worst thing to ever happen on screen. Almost a perfect totem for pop culture. Don’t be mad, hear me out.Continue reading
On Friday 8th June, Netflix aired the two hours long finale of Sense8. Although it was only two seasons, it was to me one of the most beautiful thing I’ve ever witnessed. Let me try to convince those who still haven’t watched to see it.
(Spoilers filled article)
El Professor, Tokyo, Nairobi, Rio and all our favorite robbers will be back in 2019 for the third part of “La Casa De Papel”. And although it’s all good and everything… was it really necessary ? *2nd warning for spoilers* Continue reading
In France, the Norwegian TV Show, “Skam”, has a reboot. And… for those who actually watched the original version, it’s just as painful as it sounds.
Whilst everyone is obsessed with “The End of The Fucking World” and rating the episodes of “Black Mirrors” last season (which I also did), my personal 2018 favorite show is Grown-ish ! You’re going to have to read this to know why. And if you don’t like to read… I mean there’s some Yara Shahidi content to look forward to.
How can a plot so dumb get me fascinated ? Only God knows. Or maybe I can explain it in this blog. Here’s my review on Netflix’s Original: American Vandal.
You probably must have heard of the new “Hulu” TV show that won all the Emmy’s. “The Handmaid’s Tale” is a mini-series produced by the platform “Hulu” starring Elizabeth Moss and Alexis Bledel. I’m half way through the show and I already feel like it’s the best thing I’ve seen in years.