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Angie Han

Television Critic

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NBC’s ‘Home Sweet Home’: TV Review

Each episode of Ava DuVernay's unscripted series follows two families who swap homes — and lives — for several days, and then meet at the end to share what they've experienced.

Paramount+’s ‘Guilty Party’: TV Review

Kate Beckinsale leads the dark dramedy as a disgraced journalist trying to restore her reputation by reporting on a young mother who claims she's been falsely convicted of her husband's murder.

Leslie Odom Jr., Cynthia Erivo and Orlando Bloom in ‘Needle in a Timestack’: Film Review

John Ridley's sci-fi romance follows a couple whose relationship is threatened by her time-traveling ex.

Abortion in Film: THR Critics Recommend 12 Movies to Revisit

At a moment when Roe v. Wade is under direct challenge, here are some of the most inspired examples of the ways filmmakers around the world have explored the reality of abortion in women's lives.

Peacock’s ‘One of Us Is Lying’: TV Review

The adaptation of Karen McManus' YA murder mystery best-seller follows four high school students who come under suspicion after a fifth student dies during detention.

HBO’s ‘Succession’ Season 3: TV Review

As the hit series returns, will Logan Roy, his scheming children and his sometimes loyal consiglieres be as vicious, hilarious and tapped into the zeitgeist as when we saw them last, in 2019?

Margaret Qualley in Netflix’s ‘Maid’: TV Review

Based on Stephanie Land's memoir, the miniseries centers on a single mother trying to make ends meet while working as a house cleaner.

Critic’s Notebook: 12 Must-See ‘Seinfeld’ Episodes

Thanks to syndication, Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David's show about nothing has rarely been off the air since it wrapped its NBC run in 1998. But with all nine seasons of the beloved, unwaveringly…

NBC’s ‘La Brea’: TV Review

After a massive sinkhole opens up beneath Los Angeles' La Brea Tar Pits, those who fall in find themselves transported to a mysterious primeval land in this new drama series.

Disney+’s ‘Star Wars: Visions’: TV Review

An animated anthology collects bite-size stand-alone stories from around the galaxy far, far away, produced by seven Japanese anime studios.

HBO’s ‘Nuclear Family’: TV Review

Filmmaker Ry Russo-Young ('The Sun Is Also a Star'), the daughter of two lesbians, revisits the paternity lawsuit that upended her childhood in a three-part documentary series.

Fox’s ‘Our Kind of People’: TV Review

Yaya DaCosta toplines a new drama series as a single mom who's trying to build her hair-care business in the wealthy Black community of Oak Bluffs on Martha's Vineyard.