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Lucky Hank

AMC, March 19, 2023

Mar 17, 2023 TV Web Exclusive

​Bob Odenkirk leaves slick-talking Saul Goodman behind for a turn as a rage-filled, disgruntled and dissatisfied English professor in a sleepy college town.



Topic, March 2, 2023

Mar 13, 2023 TV Web Exclusive

Temple takes its name from the London subway station underneath which Dr. Daniel Milton performs highly illegal yet lucrative black market surgeries.The transit service catacombs are made available for the good doctor’s covert operations, pun intended, by conspiracy theorist municipal service worker Lee Simons.


Feb 20, 2023 TV Web Exclusive

Five, hour-long episodes to stretch out a relatively simple, if unfamiliar story about familial trauma. Set in rural Quebec, the series is divided into two plotlines. The first, taking place in 2019, follows the four grown children of the Larouche family. The second plotline is set almost thirty years earlier. It follows the children during their turbulent youth and explains the reasons for their eventual fallout.



Netflix, November 3, 2022

Nov 07, 2022 TV Web Exclusive

The irony of the streaming service that demolished Blockbuster creating a show that points to nostalgia for the very concept it killed is thankfully not lost on the makers of Blockbuster, a new ten-part workplace comedy from creator Vanessa Ramos.


Oct 31, 2022 TV

Guillermo Del Toro’s new eight-part series, Cabinet of Curiosities, takes its cues from shows of mature vintage. Rod Serling’s The Night Gallery and Alfred Hitchcock Presents come to mind as Del Toro himself introduces us to the tales behind the strange objects in his titular ornate cabinet. Like his predecessors, he cuts an avuncular figure: welcoming, and with just the right amount of foreboding.


Somebody Feed Phil (Season Six)

Netflix, October 18, 2022

Oct 30, 2022 TV Web Exclusive

If you like your food themed show hosts to be brooding, mercurial, or excitedly in your face, Somebody Feed Phil will not be your cup of tea. Phil is the consummate nice guy, who also happens to be animatedly goofy, may not be for everyone.


Oct 23, 2022 TV Web Exclusive

Rhaenys is given the opportunity to make this a one-season show, with Otto, Alicent and their offspring staring down the mouth of Meleys.


Oct 16, 2022 TV Web Exclusive

In an episode that feels like both a season finale and a season premiere, House of the Dragon takes us through our final time skip, picking up six years after the last two episodes for a final gathering of our main cast before the realm becomes engulfed in fire and blood.


Oct 06, 2022 TV Web Exclusive

This week’s episode features the final two tragedies: the blinding of Aemond Targaryen by his half-nephew Lucerys Velaryon, and the death of Laenor Velaryon.