What it’s about: Parallels follows the twisting journey of four teens–Romane, Sam, Victor, and Bilal–who are separated by a sudden glitch in spacetime while partying together in an abandoned bunker. Names you might know: The show stars Thomas Chomel (Clem), Omar Mebrouk (H24), Jade Pedri (Skam France), Jules Houplain (HPI), Naidra Ayadi (Polisse, Black Spot, […]Read More Parallels: Time Travel for the Whole Family
Our Flag Means Death is comedic romp that follows the ridiculous, yet real-life story of aristocrat Stede Bonnet and his mid-life crisis decision to abandon his family and sugar plantation in Barbados to become a pirate. Yes, you read that correctly. This is a true story. You cannot make this up. The show stars Rhys […]Read More The Show and the History
The first Babysitters Club I read was Claudia and the Phantom Phones Calls. I was soon addicted. I don’t know if it was the spooky atmosphere of the book or the terrifying atmosphere of the night I bought the book, but I distinctly remember when and where I found Ann M. Martin’s book. My mom was […]Read More The Babysitters Club
Thursday night was the premiere of Queen of the South on USA Network, although you may have thought this show had already been on for a while due to all the publicity and hype. Or because it was – on Telemundo as a wildly successful telenovela La Reina del Sur. USA Network decided to adapt […]Read More Queen of the South
Are you ready for a summer full of awesome novels and entertainment? You should be. Between June and July a number of books are hitting the silver and small screens. There’s still time lounge on the beach with one of these best sellers in hand before they premiere. First up, we’ll be reviewing the movie […]Read More The Book List – What to Read Before You Watch
Ever since this year’s Oscar season and #OscarsSoWhite, I can’t shake my nagging observation about the current state of the film and television industry: that TV, the item once relegated as “furniture” on my high school drama teacher’s T-shirt, is now the forerunner of the two mediums. Lately, the studios are content to churn out […]Read More Diversity in TV: Is the Small Screen Better?