TV Review: No Good Nick Part 2 🐀🍕

No Good Nick returns with some much-needed answers for its audiences.

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Sean Astin (left) and Melissa Joan Hart (right) respectively star as Ed and Liz in No Good Nick. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for No Good Nick Part 2 contains spoilers.

No Good Nick (2019, created by Keetgi Kogan and David H. Steinberg) returned on Monday (August 5) with another 10 episodes of cons and scams, pulled off by the titular character Nicole “Nick” Patterson (Siena Agudong).

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TV Review: Orange Is the New Black Season 7 🍊🧡

Orange Is the New Black closes out its series with one of the best conclusions I’ve ever seen on a television show.

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Uzo Aduba stars in OITNB as Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for Orange Is the New Black (OITNB) Season 7 is spoiler-free.

For characters that have been with me for so long, I feel sad that I will no longer be able to see how they’re doing on the small screen. In the final season of Orange Is the New Black (OITNB) (2013-2019, created by Jenji Kohan), audiences got to see the stories of Piper (Taylor Schilling), Alex (Laura Prepon), Suzanne (Uzo Aduba), Taystee (Danielle Brooks), Black Cindy (Adrienne C. Moore), Nicky (Natasha Lyonne), Lorna (Yael Stone) and Red (Kate Mulgrew), all come to an end.

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TV Review: Stranger Things 3 🥤🍿

From drawing to screen, Stranger Things 3 brings “The Mind Flayer” to life in a spectacular way.

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This post for Stranger Things 3 contains spoilers.

In this third season of the phenomenal Netflix original television series, Stranger Things 3 (2016—, created by The Duffer Brothers) brings back the amphibian-like monsters and takes audiences on an action-packed and special effects-filled adventure in the summer of 1985.

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Movie Review: Murder Mystery 🍆🍩

Murder Mystery is a nice change up from the overwhelming rom-com selection offered by Netflix.

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Jennifer Aniston (left) and Adam Sandler (right) star in Murder Mystery as Audrey and Nick Spitz. CREDIT: Netflix

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As the movie title suggests, Murder Mystery (2019, directed by Kyle Newacheck) is about a murder mystery that takes place in the exotic holiday spots of Europe. The action-comedy follows the Spitzes, Nick (Adam Sandler) and Audrey (Jennifer Aniston), who embark on the most memorable wedding anniversary trip of their lives.

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TV Review: Trinkets Season 1 💍🕶👖

Trinkets is reminiscent of many other high school dramas that are currently streaming on Netflix.

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From left to right: Kiana Madeira, Quintessa Swindell and Brianna Hildebrand respectively star as Moe, Tabitha and Elodie in Trinkets. CREDIT: Netflix

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Based on the novel of the same name by Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith, Trinkets (2019, created by Amy Andelson, Emily Meyer and Smith) features a trio of female teens—Moe (Kiana Madeira), Tabitha (Quintessa Swindell) and Elodie (Brianna Hildebrand)—from the same high school, who become unexpected friends after bonding with each other at a Shoplifters Anonymous meeting.

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TV Review: Jessica Jones Season 3 😼💢

In the third and final season of Jessica Jones, “closure” is evidently missing from this entire series.

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Krysten Ritter stars as Jessica Jones in Marvel’s Jessica Jones. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for Jessica Jones Season 3 contains spoilers.

Marvel’s Jessica Jones (2015-2019, created by Melissa Rosenberg) marks the end of all live-action Marvel programming on Netflix. In its final season that was released on Friday (14 June), Jessica Jones Season 3 debates about justice and morality. It also introduces a new villain called Gregory Sallinger (Jeremy Bobb) for Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) to take on and explores Patricia “Trish” Walker’s (Rachael Taylor) journey to becoming Hellcat.

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Movie Review: Always Be My Maybe 👩🏻‍🍳🎾

Always Be My Maybe will make you laugh and cry all at once.

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Randall Park (left) stars as Marcus Kim and Ali Wong (right) stars as Sasha Tran in Always Be My Maybe. CREDIT: Netflix

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Always Be My Maybe (2019, directed by Nahnatchka Khan) is an Asian-American love story featuring Sasha Tran (Ali Wong) and Marcus Kim (Randall Park). Set in San Francisco (one of the cities in the United States with a significant Asian population), the movie takes us through the childhood and adulthood of the two main characters.

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