Television Reviews

Award winning actress Alfre Woodard stars in Netflix’s latest drama, “Juanita”

Award winning actress Alfre Woodard stars in Netflix’s latest drama, “Juanita”

On March 8, Netflix released its latest drama, “Juanita,” based on Sheila Williams’ novel “Dancing on the Edge of the Roof,” starring four-time Emmy Award-winning actress Alfre Woodard. Woodard plays the main protagonist, Juanita, a single mother with an active imagination and a desire for adventure.

‘Blood Pact’: A show that should never be watched in English

‘Blood Pact’: A show that should never be watched in English

The first season of Netflix’s new original series “Blood Pact” hit the site on Wednesday. “Blood Pact” boasts complex characters and a look into the different ways people in Brazil are affected by drug trafficking. Unfortunately, any good aspect of this otherwise pretty standard drug versus cop show is ruined by some truly terrible English dub and a fairly hard to follow mode of storytelling.

“Big Brother” finale satisfies, but in a unique way

“Big Brother” finale satisfies, but in a unique way

Season 20 of the crazy reality television show “Big Brother” has been a wild ride for both old fans and newcomers alike. With its scandals both in and out of the house, it has been one of the most notable seasons to date. The final three players this season, unlike many others, all have a pretty fair shot at winning the 500,000 dollar prize.

‘It’s Always Sunny’ returns with a political kick [SPOILERS]

‘It’s Always Sunny’ returns with a political kick [SPOILERS]

As a Philadelphian, one would think that seeing my beautiful city portrayed by five depraved, horrible people would make me upset, but it doesn’t at all. The city is already slandered as a hateful, pole-climbing hellscape, so if a hilarious show wants to pile it on more, that’s fine by me.

‘Rise’ is a mix of ‘High School Musical’ and ‘Friday Night Lights’ but with less heart

‘Rise’ is a mix of ‘High School Musical’ and ‘Friday Night Lights’ but with less heart

“Rise” is NBC’s newest drama series, focusing on high school life in a small American town. It follows English teacher Lou Mazzuchelli, played by Josh Radnor (Ted Mosby from “How I Met Your Mother”), as he takes over the drama department and tries to inspire creativity and self-expression in his students.