Zoë looks at how Emmy victory for Abbott Elementary would give broadcast networks one final voice in the fight against streaming for attention and acclaim.
Reviews here for Fall, Emily The Criminal, Day Shift, Mack & Rita, Thirteen Lives, I Love My Dad, Carter, and Easter Sunday.
In December 2015, the New Orleans City Council voted to remove four Confederate monuments from public grounds. A forceful group of critics protested the decision, and fearing retaliation, no crew woul...[Read More]
Follows Doris Muñoz, who began a career in music talent management and met Jacks Haupt, an auspicious young singer, and both share the ever-present guilt of being the first American-born members of th...[Read More]
In 1994, when NBC still aired movies of the week, A Friend to Die For starring Tori Spelling and Kellie Martin revealed the true story of how Bernadette Protti murdered cheerleader Kirsten Costas. 25 ...[Read More]
This weekly post will be devoted to going over a selection of new releases hitting the store shelves on Blu-ray, 4K UHD Blu-ray, DVD. Depending on the week, I may even include a few new streaming titl...[Read More]
Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan, Review by Corinne Donnelly Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan is the captivating first novel in a new diverse YA fantasy series. Seventeen-year-old Lei li...[Read More]