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Season two of the Emmy-winning series is as clever and dynamic as ever as Deborah and Ava hit the road for a cross-country comedy tour.
Girl meets boy. Girl meets other boy. Girl meets still other boy. The nightmare continues.
With catchy songs and an endless supply of absurdly hilarious jokes, the series about a ‘90s girl band making a comeback only has itself to compete with in its second season.
By Rob Hunter
It’s a mad, mad, mad, mad world!
Imperfect but beautiful, rotoscope sci-fi show Undone’s second season loses some urgency but maintains plenty of enjoyable elements.
The charming comedy marks a strong feature debut for writer-director Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet.
Jon Bernthal stars in this true story about police corruption from the makers of The Wire.
Alec Berg and Bill Hader’s dark comedy series returns for a bold and heavy third season that still manages to garner laughs.
By Rob Hunter
Forty years after its release, the director’s cut of Sam Peckinpah’s last film is finally available.