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Preview: Will (TNT) – He can, and will, make up words

By on June 23, 2017

Will is TNT’s upcoming William Shakespeare centered drama. It tells the fictional story of Shakespeare in his twenties. There is a hint of violence and sexuality, bringing the popular spirit of current shows like Game Of Thrones to the slightly boring Shakespearean era.


Review: The Bold Type (Freeform) – The Devil Wears Prada light

By on June 21, 2017

The Bold Type follows three young women trying to make a mark at the lifestyle magazine they all work for: Scarlet. Jane, Kat and Sutton are all trying to move ahead in the cut-throat business called fashion magazines. It’s a little shallow, it’s absolutely unbelievable, but it’s fun and nice to look at and what else can we really ask for in a series for teens nowadays?


Preview: Snowfall (FX) – Sounds familiar

By on June 20, 2017

Snowfall is set in Los Angeles in 1983. During this time the first crack cocaine epidemic took place and the crime drama revolves around its impact on the culture of the city. Snowfall centers on the 19-year-old drug dealer Franklin Saint, Gustavo Zapata, a Mexican Wrestler, CIA operative Teddy McDonald and the daughter of a Mexican crime boss Luica Villanueva.


Review: Blood Drive (Syfy) – Unexpectedly entertaining

By on June 15, 2017

Although I was absolutely dreading having to watch this show, Blood Drive caught me by surprise. The trailer of the show didn’t do justice to the actual show, as it showed just the gory part of it and not the story side.


Review: Claws (TNT) – “I gave you a chance, bitch, outta the goodness of my heart”

By on June 12, 2017

Claws is not a very realistic show, but its lead and its looks are very much making up for that. In a time of dark comedies and even darker dramas, it is refreshing to watch a show that is clearly having a lot of fun with its darkness.


Review: I’m Dying Up Here (Showtime) – The drama behind the comedic façade

By on June 5, 2017

I’m Dying Up Here is an interesting look behind the scenes of the world of stand-up comedy, but its pilot is perhaps focusing on the wrong things.


Review: Still Star-Crossed (ABC) – How can ‘Shondaland meets Shakespeare’ lead to this?

By on May 30, 2017

Still Star-Crossed seems like a copy of a copy of a Shondaland series, based on a copy of a copy of a report of the cliff notes of Shakespeare’s great love story. Honestly, from a Shondaland series, I expected more.


Preview: Blood Drive (Syfy) – At least it’s meant to be ridiculous

By on May 29, 2017

The upcoming Syfy series Blood Drive is set in a dystopian near-future where water is as scarce as oil leading to people using human blood as fuel for their cars.


Preview: Claws (TNT) – Hilariously Ridiculous

By on May 25, 2017

Claws is a new dramedy on TNT starring Niecy Nash that sees a couple of badass women enter the traditionally male world of organized crime.


Preview: I’m Dying Up Here (Showtime) – It’s Not Just You

By on May 23, 2017

A series with a premise and a cast like this has lots of potential, and watching the trailer, there seems to be plenty of drama involved.