Tagged: web series/mobile drama
In order to restore his celebrity status and become relevant to Hollywood again, BoJack Horseman decides to launch a tell-all autobiography.
Ruthless, addictive and highly dark-humored, House of Cards is a total hit.
Orange Is the New Black remains outstanding to watch in storytelling, characters getting expanded, comedy value and powerful backstories.
With “Thirsty Bird,” Kohan and Foster offer the season a smart start, even if the back-half of the episode isn’t as strong as the way it kicks off. It’s not an episode everyone will love, but it’s essential for sealing another chapter of the Piper/Alex story, and reminding us that Piper’s privilege only stretches so far.
This week we have the trailer of Guardians of the Galaxy and the possible cast of the new Fantastic Four movie was presented. Other things happened, but there weren’t as important as those two pieces of news.
Out of Netflix’s new content, Orange Is the New Black proved to be the most interesting (and entertaining) of them all with its very diverse cast and outstanding storytelling.
This week, besides the geeky stuff, we have the last detail news before the Academy Awards are upon us.
Favorites from this and other years in movies, TV, and books.
An addictive web series updates Pride and Prejudice with smarts and heart.
Most of the time, China is a BIG mystery to me. Especially when it comes to modern China and where things are going in terms of LGBT rights… until I ended up finding this website called Queer Comrades.