Category: tv reviews

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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.

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Club de Cuervos

The wealthy Iglesias siblings feud over the presidency of their family’s football soccer club, as elder sister Isabel tries to save their inheritance from the hands of their father’s main squeeze, in the R-rated Behind the Scenes Mexican version of Captain Tsubasa.

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Dr. Rintaro

Dr. Hino Rintaro vouches to cure the mental maladies that plague modern society with loads of Kumbaya. Yu Aoi also stars as a D.I.D geisha.

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Orange Is the New Black – Season 3

The scope and view of Litchfield feels a lot bigger to watch in terms of having to take care of an already massive character roster and the world becoming more exapnsive in Orange Is the New Black’s third season.

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Sense8 – Season 1

Eight individuals of different cultural and ethnic background are all mysteriously connected to each other, and are being hunted for it.

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Let’s Eat – Season 1

The only thing a 34-year-old independent divorcée cannot do by herself is to eat out, despite her habit of eating her stress out. That is until she begrudgingly befriends her floor neighbors, and embarks on a food journey that will break some hearts, but most of all bring friendship, joy and savory dishes to your soul.