Category: tv reviews

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Mammon (Norwegian Series)

The brother of a journalist kills himself unraveling a chain of events that goes back decades and involves the most obvious and most unsuspected people.

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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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Mary Stayed Out All Night

Mary Stayed Out All Night had the potential to be one of the cutest dramas this winter, consisting of — according to me — three of the best Korean actors under the age of 30. I was setting my hopes high for it.

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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.

5

Masters of Sex – Season 1

Stimulating, satisfying, and hot, Masters of Sex is able to give an insight on life through a particular filter, tainted with the concerns, hopes, and fears of the typical American society and culture of the 50s.

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Masters of Sex – Season 2

Season 2 of Masters of Sex was anything but memorable or enjoyable. It was uneven and surprisingly flawed. A serious step back compared to Season 1.

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Middle, The – Season 1-3

The Middle currently stands out not only because it’s funny, but it’s also one of the few shows that showcases and depicts low/middle class people to a tee.

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Mildred Pierce (HBO Miniseries)

HBO’s 5-part mini-series is a re-adaptation of James M. Cain’s novel of the same name, which tells the story of suffering mother Mildred, who does everything in her power to give everything she didn’t have in life to her daughter Veda.