I’m much more interested in what this show does in season two than in anything it did in season one.
I started watching “Superstore” a few seasons into its run.
I thought I’d seen most of “Community” during its live run.
I am here for Marvel taking big swings.
This is a clunky series.
I struggle with dubbed shows.
HOOOEEE do I love this show!
Shame on me, I suppose, for searching for characters with redeemable qualities in a show set in the world of finance.
I imagine folks associated with the Skywalker saga look at “The Mandalorian” and wish they’d been given the same narrative freedom.
Ten years ago, I doubt “The Queen’s Gambit” would have existed.
The defining characteristic of “The Crown” is that it has empathy for every character.
The plot of this series is a bit convoluted, but that’s okay because this show floats on the chemistry between Michael Sheen and David Tennant.
“Derry Girls” is a wonderful show: funny, heartfelt, and of a place (Northern Ireland) and a time (the ‘90s) that aren’t what you typically see in a comedy.
The guests in season three of David Letterman’s long-form interview show are all notable: Kim Kardashian West, Robert Downey Jr., Dave Chappelle, and Lizzo.
“Toss a coin to your witcher …”
Season two of “The Boys” carried on the bloody and silly nonsense of season one, which is good because that combination worked well.
I burned through the sixth and final season of “Schitt’s Creek” and now I wish there was just a little bit more.
I started watching “Ted Lasso” because early reviews were positive. Surprisingly positive.
I’d heard “WandaVision” was going to be weird. The trailer confirms the weirdness, and I’m here for it.
Never before have I had to consult reference material while watching a show.
I held off on watching “The Boys” because something about the aesthetic rubbed me the wrong way.
This is the best season of “Westworld,” but that’s not saying much.
“Watchmen” is a fantastic, exciting, thoughtful, and artful show.
This is a brilliant show with the best cast on TV.
Dave Chappelle put out a 30-minute performance in the wake of the George Floyd murder and subsequent protests.
I really enjoyed season one of “Dead to Me.” The performances were fantastic and the underlying mystery was well constructed.
I have no idea what’s going on with this show.
This is an excellent show made by an excellent cast.
This show’s concept is interesting.
I’m glad Dave Filoni and Co. got the opportunity to finish “The Clone Wars” the way they wanted to.
The “Parks and Rec” cast came together for a quarantine reunion episode.
I’m sad this show only has 10 episodes per season and I’m also happy it only has 10 episodes.
The visuals and soundtrack of this show are truly innovative. But the story? Not so much.
I finally got a chance to catch up with the Roy family.
This six-part series looks at the McDonald’s Monopoloy game scandal that broke in 2001.
I held off on watching season three because Midge was a borderline sociopath in seasons one and two.
Since I gravitate toward genre material or comedy, even I can’t fully understand why “The Crown” is one of my favorite shows. But it is.
I watched season one of “Altered Carbon” a long time ago. I wasn’t expecting season two because this show must be expensive to produce.
I started watching “Narcos” when it was still a novelty to watch original shows on Netflix and I didn’t have an ever-growing list of stuff I want to watch.
“Rebels” is a fun “Star Wars” show that provides a snapshot of the “Star Wars” galaxy in the immediate years before the Battle of Yavin.
I first tried watching “The Clone Wars” about three years ago and couldn’t get into it.
Season two of “Killing Eve” isn’t as good as season one.
The final season of “Mr. Robot” was compelling, if a little too enamored with itself in spots (the episode with virtually no dialogue was fine, but it wasn’t necessary).
I love everything about “The Expanse.” The books are delightful. The series is delightful.
It’s been a very long time since I read a Tom Clancy novel, but my take on Jack Ryan is that he was always the smart-but-reluctant analyst who, by nature of his strong moral compass, found himself amid action (but maybe I’m wrong – or, maybe Ryan evolved into something else in the novels I didn’t read).
This is the final season of this show. I watched every episode in every season and I honestly don’t know what this show wanted to be.
I thought I watched every episode of “Fringe” when it originally aired, but there were a lot of things I forgot (or missed entirely).
I remember when I first saw the ad for this show. Eugene Levy? A punny title? No thanks. But … I was wrong.
OH MY GOD. THIS SHOW KILLS ME.
Great writing and characters that benefitted a lot in the 4th season (on Hulu) by no longer being burdened by 20+-episode seasons.
It’s just a fun, dumb, show.
I like to think I’m pretty good at following twisty mythology, and I’ve got a real soft spot for time travel, but toward the end of season two I got really confused.
Seaon 2 was remarkable. Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a shockingly good writer.