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Netflix had the opportunity to make a giant leap with the 'Lost in Space' remake. Playing off the campy 60s sci-fi classic, the show promised to offer a 21st century update on Irwin Allen’s atmospheric vision.

When the news broke about The CW’s 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' back in 2015, there was excitement in the air. In the same vein as 'Cougar Town', the show’s ironically blatant title was created to challenge the oldest gender cliches, with the

The CW’s 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' – in its third season – has become one of the most important and ambitious shows on television. From Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna, the show blends musical comedy with rom-com to smash myths about

'Phantom Thread' is Daniel Day-Lewis’ final bow. In this dark-gothic romance, he plays Reynolds Woodcock – a man with a specific routine and lifestyle that must not be disturbed. Woodcock enjoys a string of lovers, but when a new muse

Structured like an anthology of avarice, Netflix’s ‘Dirty Money’ has an impressive group of directors investigate the death of capitalism via six highly lucrative scams waged against consumers & competitors.

After being heralded as the second coming of The Twilight Zone for its first two seasons, the third saw Black Mirror losing something in its transition to Netflix. The show was more bloated, with double the episodes, more big-name actors