True Detective

Following follows the first three season. Pizzolatto’s crime drama clearly leans on offering an engaging drama rather than a gripping case. It has always been a bit spiritual than it has to be technical. And this is what makes the series stand out among various such true story crime investigations. Another thing that the makers…

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My Brilliant Friend

Following follows the first season. Costanzo’s harrowing adapted vision for Ferrante’s novel has a purity in its breed that is soaked in hot lava of emotions that melts you down in its specificity. Without any whatsoever obligation, the honesty that peels human nature here is frankly inedible and at times cringe worthy to encounter it…

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After Life

Following follows the first season. Gervais is on it, again. This time he is angry or you’d think before beaming onto his world. Once again, a concept so vivid and illuminating that it not only shines as a thought provoking drama but also a whole new dimension on Ricky Gervais- the actor. First of all,…

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Cheers

More or less, there isn’t any particular reason for it to work and not work. Here we are, after glorious decades ago. The impact of the show is magical. Glen and Les Charles along with James Burrows created a sitcom that never completely created havoc as it should have. It still baffles me considering the…

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Suits

The structure is awfully good and catchy just as the theories thrown out left and right, it’s just that there is no proof. Suits; created by Aaron Korsh, is a series that has its selective audience for its eerie dramatic conflicts and a keen insight on the law firm as it goes from up and…

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Legion

A brand new world with a freshly addictive style, it is beautiful to see a comic book fan make a show. Marvel’s psychological thriller created by Noah Hawley is unearthly. But is that saying much? We have had such spooky stories told plenty of times before too. For instance, Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal dealt with similar…

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The Comeback

Kudrow cherishes the character that is in its own jumbled way a part of every celebrity, she won’t let anyone shuffle it. The creators Michael Patrick King and Lisa Kudrow is deriving from an already established formula few steps ahead only to not end up with a definite answer. This Eric Rohmer-ness part of the…

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A Very English Scandal

Grant and Whishaw always see eye to eye and that is why them going against each other seems so unreal in this realistic drama. The writers Russell T. Davies and the director Stephen Frears are breathing sense into the actions of the most prestigious people fumbling and making mistakes from the most privileged position. Personally,…

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