Tagged: web series/mobile drama
There’s nothing for us to watch at the cinemas for most of us at YAM Magazine, unless you’re able to catch Laika’s latest animated film, Missing Link [Trailer], which -of course- you didn’t. For...
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.
In the age of IP revamps, remakes and revivals; Netflix’s Cuban-American remake of One Day at a Time shines bright on the sitcom front. Now following a newly-divorced mother of two, her mother, and their busybody landlord.
An intrepid blue-haired girl named Hilda meets an assorted variety of magical creatures, and new people, when she moves from the forest to the city of Trolberg.
Once people used to go to the cinema if they wanted to unwind and find a way to escape from the stressful daily routine. Nowadays, Netflix is the new cinema. There are plenty of...
Season 2 successfully retains its visual elements, dark mood, great casting and fighting scenes that made Daredevil Season 1 worth the watch. Jon Bernthal as Frank Castle is the best act of Season 2
Caving to single-mom pressure, newly-widowed mother of three boys, DJ Tanner begins living in her old family San Francisco home with lil’ sis Steph and BFF Kimmy Gibbler.
A P.I. with super strength has to confront the dandy mind-controlling Kilgrave in Netflix’s next Marvel series.
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.
Tired of seeing how women seemingly get a better treatment than him, Kiran wishes that roles could be reversed in contemporary India.