Author: amy

reviews about tv shows

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One Day at a Time (2017) – Season 1-2

In the age of IP revamps, remakes and revivals; Netflix’s Cuban-American remake of One Day at a Time shines bright on the sitcom front. Now following a newly-divorced mother of two, her mother, and their busybody landlord.

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Mob Psycho 100

An 8th-grader with psychic powers chooses to suppress them for the danger they represent, but only keeps on finding people that want to unleash them.

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Quartet (Jdrama)

Four people meet to form a mediocre string quartet, revealing along their journey their stories, their weaknesses, and their ultimate unremarkable purpose in life: Make music that they enjoy.

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Fresh Off the Boat – Season 2

We refocus our attention on the Huangs to let them all grow— we find out more about Jessica and Louis, Eddie gets his first girlfriend, Emery discovers the romantic gestures can be small, and Evan has a face-to-face meeting with Chinese Santa.

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Orphan Black – Season 3

Clone Club checkmates the big bad corporation in favor of military conspiracies, genetics talk and confusing family trees, and spiritual bonding between siblings and sestras.

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Fuller House – Season 1

Caving to single-mom pressure, newly-widowed mother of three boys, DJ Tanner begins living in her old family San Francisco home with lil’ sis Steph and BFF Kimmy Gibbler.

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Master of None – Season 1

Master of None is the fictionalized scripted version of Aziz Ansari’s life, following a late-twenty’s 2nd generation Indian-American who makes ends meet doing TV commercials while trying to make it big.

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Man’s World

Tired of seeing how women seemingly get a better treatment than him, Kiran wishes that roles could be reversed in contemporary India.

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Nobunaga Concerto

A teenage boy accidentally time-slips back to the Warring Era period, where he discovers historical figure Oda Nobunaga looks just like him.