Category: tv reviews

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Ringer – Season 1

Sarah Michelle Gellar — all grown and not in high school or university with typical girly girl problems — plays the dual role of stranded twins sisters, Bridget and Siobhan.

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Saikou no Rikon

Japanese drama tackled modern day divorce in The Great Divorce when a couple that have been married for the past two years of their lives get a divorce.

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Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas

Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas tells the story of the previous Holy War that took place 250 years before the events of Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac.

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Sasameki Koto

Sasameki Koto is the anime version of the Yuri manga of the same name. It follows Sumika Murasame, secretly in love with her best friend Ushio Kazama, who in turn also likes girls, but never notices Murasame because she’s not her type.

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Secret Garden

Secret Garden is your typical drama in where the rich boy falls in love with the working class girl. He wants her, she resists a bit and suddenly they have switched bodies. One of the better Korean dramas of the winter 2010-2011 season.

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Seinaru Kaibutsutachi

Secret and lies are a privilege of the powerful. This is what happens when a woman decides to have a baby via a surrogate mother, which is illegal in Japan.

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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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Sex Education – Season 1

Netflix’s latest foray into young-adult-teen programming puts us in a bubble that places us into a 80s-90s nostalgia crossover of American high school films set in modern day England.

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Sherlock – Season 1

The fun of watching Sherlock relies mostly on the interactions between Watson and Holmes, both greatly performed by Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch.