TV Review: Dead to Me Season 1 🥂🦜

Dead to Me never ceases to stun audiences by replacing predictable moments with unexpected twists.


Linda Cardellini (left) and Christina Applegate (right) respectively star as Judy Hale and Jennifer “Jen” Harding in Dead to Me. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for Dead To Me Season 1 is spoiler-free.

Let me tell you that Dead to Me Season 1 (2019, created by Liz Feldman) is no fun to watch if you are already spoiled. The series follows Jennifer “Jen” Harding (Christina Applegate) who is grieving over her husband’s death after he was killed in a hit and run; she befriends a weird and eccentric lady named Judy Hale (Linda Cardellini) at a grief group, and they soon become besties.

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TV Review: Chambers Season 1 🐁✂️

Chambers is a chilling and suspenseful series that becomes too predictable and a tad bit puzzling.


Sivan Alyra Rose stars as Sasha Yazzie in Chambers. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for Chambers Season 1 is spoiler-free.

Chambers Season 1 (2019, created by Leah Rachel) follows 17-year-old Sasha Yazzie (Sivan Alyra Rose) who receives a heart transplant from a stranger named Becky LeFevre (Lilliya Reid) after facing a sudden heart attack; strange occurrences starts to happen to Sasha when she recovers from her heart surgery, and develops a friendly relationship with her donor’s family.

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TV Review: No Good Nick Season 1: Part 1 💸🎒

No Good Nick takes the family sitcom genre to a whole new level.


From left to right: Lauren Lindsey Donzis, Sean Astin, Melissa Joan Hart, Kalama Epstein, and Siena Agudong in No Good Nick. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for No Good Nick Season 1: Part 1 is spoiler-free.

No Good Nick’s (2019, created by Keetgi Kogan and David H. Steinberg) trailer got me intrigued by the premise of the show. It follows Nicole “Nick” Patterson (Siena Agudong) who one day poses as a distant relative and appears at the Thompson family’s doorstep, but what the Thompsons don’t know is that Nick is up to no good and is trying to scam them of their money.

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TV Review: Delhi Crime Season 1 🇮🇳👮🏽‍♀️

Delhi Crime proves that crimes from a very different part of the world can be made into an anthological series by a global streaming giant.


Shefali Shah stars as DCP Vartika Chaturvedi in Delhi Crime. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for Delhi Crime Season 1 contains spoilers.

When Delhi Crime Season 1 (2019, created, written, and directed by Richie Mehta) premiered on March 22 I had completely missed it. Coincidentally Hulu’s The Act also premiered the same week; both shows, though set in different countries, are based on real events that actually took place a few years apart from one another (2015 for the murder of Dee Dee Blanchard and 2012 for the Delhi gang rape case).

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TV Review: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 2 😈

Part 2 of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina spells more trouble for Sabrina and gang.


Kiernan Shipka stars as Sabrina Spellman in the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 2 contains spoilers.

When we left Season 1 of the series last October, Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) had finally signed her name to the Book of the Beast after much hesitation. With Season 2 (2019, developed by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa), Sabrina now goes to the Academy of Unseen Arts full-time, leaving her mortal friends behind at Baxter High.

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TV Review: The Order Season 1 🔮🐺

The Order isn’t a particularly impressive television series, but it serves well as a guilty pleasure show.


Sarah Grey (left) and Jake Manley (right) respectively stars as Alyssa Drake and Jack Morton in The Order. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for The Order Season 1 is spoiler-free.

The latest supernatural TV series The Order (2019, created by Dennis Heaton and Shelley Eriksen) feels like an attempt by Netflix to be more like The CW, if you get what I mean. With only 10 episodes in its first season, The Order follows the story of Jack Morton (Jake Manley) who attends Belgrave University and pledges to be part of a secret magic society called the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose “The Order”. Unbeknownst to members of The Order, Jack has a secret agenda that he is trying to fulfil.

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TV Review: Workin’ Moms Season 1 👩🏼‍💼👶🏼🍼

A brilliant and original TV series about the lives of four moms who are struggling with managing their working life and baby.


Workin’ Moms stars Catherine Reitman (bottom) as Kate, Dani Kind (bottom left) as Anne, Juno Rinaldi (top left) as Frankie, and Jessalyn Wanlim (top right) as Jenny. CREDIT: CBC Television

This post for Workin’ Moms Season 1 contains spoilers.

It’s all thanks to Netflix and its effect that I recently discovered and binge-watched the Canadian TV series Workin’ Moms (2017—, created by Catherine Reitman) (note: as of this writing Netflix is streaming Season 1 globally, Season 2 will premiere April 12 globally; both Season 1 and Season 2 are on Netflix Canada, but this series currently has three seasons on CBC). The series follows the lives of four moms—Kate (Catherine Reitman), Anne (Dani Kind), Frankie (Juno Rinaldi), and Jenny (Jessalyn Wanlim)—who meet up once a week at a mommy and me group. The series starts off with the moms ending their maternal leave and going back to their normal working lives.

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