It looked like a pretty ordinary Instagram post: a smiling woman in a trendy periwinkle dress, posed against a background of roses.
In “My Unorthodox Life,” women who wear trendy outfits are unequivocally empowered, while those who don’t are benighted and oppressed.
Iliza Shlesinger is funny, but that’s the only reason “Good on Paper is watchable.
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Leigh Bardugo has built a devoted fandom for “Shadow and Bone” — but can it carry over to Netflix’s adaptation?
We surveyed 11 spiritual leaders about not only what they watch, but how these shows weave into their Torah teachings.
“There was a lot of self-loathing involved on Herman’s part for doing what he was doing,” John Mankiewicz said.
In the words of one member of my Netflix watch party: “Get out, girl.”
In case you missed it: judge Prue Leith is just not that into babka from New York City.
Without meaning to, “GLOW” had one of the most gutting finales in TV history.