Category: tv reviews

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Utopia (UK Show)

Channel 4’s intense thriller brings whiplash twists, dynamic characters, a distinctive score, and some of the most breathtaking images produced for television this year.

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Gargoyles

Back in the 90s, Disney for TV was mostly cute adventures with talking animals… and then came Gargoyles.

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Patacláun

Claun sketches of dark comedy dressed in multicolored attire with clown noses accompany Wendy and Machín in their newlywed adventures with three ghosts and a baby.

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Revenants, Les – Season 1

Described as “a French Twin Peaks”, “a LOST-like mystery”, and “the anti-Walking Dead”, this restrained take on zombie drama asks: When the dead rise, what will they want from us?

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Let Them Eat Cake

What do you get when you put comedy duo Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders right in the middle of the debauchery of the Palace of Versailles in 1782?

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Boardwalk Empire – Season 3

By the end of Season 2, Nucky Thompson had a great future ahead of him. 15 months later, however, Season 3 puts Nucky on a downward spiral in many ways.

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Homeland – Season 2

Season 2 of Homeland is still very watchable despite bordering between being a drama/spy thriller and a melodramatic soap opera.

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Doctor Zhivago (Russian Miniseries)

Russia has taken back what is theirs with a serialized version of Boris Pasternak’s Doctor Zhivago at the hand of Aleksandr Proshkin, which lasts 11 episodes, clocking in at a little bit over 400 minutes of running time, making it the most faithful adaptation of Pasternak’s novel to date.

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Going my Home

When his father suffers a stroke, Ryota goes looking for mysterious creatures known as ‘Kuna’.