Category: tv reviews

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Tiger Mom Hu Ma Mao Ba – Ep01-12

A working mother realizes her spoiled rotten 5-year-old daughter is way behind in (modern) basic kinder skills like Chinese character reading, simple math, English and music playing.

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Grace and Frankie – Season 1

A high-strung high-maintenance ex-beauty-product-CEO housewife and a hippy-dippy environmentally-conscious earth-mother-loving housewife who can’t stand each other become friends after their husbands leave them for each other.

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Daredevil – Season 1

Lawyer-by-day Matt Murdock uses his heightened senses from being blinded as a young boy to fight crime at night on the streets of New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood as Daredevil.

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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt – Season 1

Kimmy Schmidt has just been rescued from an underground bunker after being held captive along with three other women for 15 years. She decides to relocate herself in New York City and start her life over again.

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Episodes – Season 4

Matt LeBlanc’s downfall continues, but it involves money now. Sean and Beverly have a new show to develop in the States. Also, we get to see a new head of the network in Helen Basch, who has past history with Merc Lapidus and Carol Rance.

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Fresh Off the Boat – Season 1

A first generation Taiwanese-American kid Tupac fan in the mid-90s moves to Florida where his family has recently purchased their very own steakhouse to make their American dream come true.

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Broad City – Season 1

Broad City follows the mundane misadventures of two young women living in NYC, Ilana and Abbi. Broke, reckless, and even careless at times, these best friends prove that poor decisions and a little bit of boldness is all you need to come up with comedy gold.

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Dexter – Season 1

Following closely the novel Darkly Dreaming Dexter by Jeff Lindsay, the first season works as an origin story following Dexter through a journey of self-discovery that will put him face to face with the Bad Guy of the season: The Ice Truck Killer.

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Over the Garden Wall

Following many of the aesthetics of Disney’s Silly Symphonies, two unlikely brothers find themselves lost in a -seemingly quite haunted- forest where they meet a creepy lantern-carrying Woodsman, as well as a talkative enchanted bluebird named Beatrice who will join them in their journey back home.