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Angie Han

Television Critic

‘Blockbuster’ Review: Netflix’s Unmemorable New Nostalgia-Com

Randall Park and Melissa Fumero lead a workplace comedy set in the very last location of the video rental chain, from 'Superstore' and 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' writer Vanessa Ramos.

‘Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi’ Review: Disney+’s Latest Toon Offshoot Is Strictly for Fans

Created by Dave Filoni, the six animated shorts detail pivotal moments in the paths of two classic characters, Ahsoka Tano and Count Dooku, played by Ashley Eckstein and Corey Burton, respectively.

‘A Tree of Life’ Review: Synagogue Shooting Doc Goes Light on Politics, Deep on Humanity

Trish Adlesic's documentary for HBO centers on those impacted by the 2018 Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, featuring interviews with victims, survivors and other members of the community.

‘The White Lotus’ Review: Season 2 of Mike White’s HBO Hit Brings Sex, Romance and Satirical Flair to the Sicilian Coast

Jennifer Coolidge returns for the second installment of the series, which follows a new group of resort guests played by Aubrey Plaza, Michael Imperioli, Theo James, F. Murray Abraham and more.

‘The Hair Tales’ Review: A Warm and Earnest Hulu/OWN Docuseries About Black Women and Beauty

Tracee Ellis Ross interviews Oprah Winfrey, Issa Rae, Ayanna Pressley and more about their personal "hair journeys" and the politics and meaning of Black women's hair in a new show from Onyx Collective.

‘From Scratch’ Review: Zoe Saldaña in Netflix’s Blandly Pleasant Romantic Weepie

The actress plays an American artist who falls in love with a Sicilian chef in a drama based on the memoir by Tembi Locke (who created the series with Attica Locke).

‘The Watcher’ Review: Ryan Murphy’s Starry Netflix Real-Estate Chiller Isn’t Worth the Investment

The drama centers on a couple (Naomi Watts and Bobby Cannavale) whose dream home becomes a nightmare when they start receiving threatening anonymous letters.

‘Fire Country’ Review: CBS Firefighter Procedural Delivers Watchable, Empty Heroics

Max Thieriot stars as a man who joins California's inmate firefighter program in hopes of reducing his sentence — and finds himself assigned to serve the very hometown he fled years ago.

‘The Midnight Club’ Review: Mike Flanagan’s Deeply Emotional Netflix Horror Series

Adapted by Flanagan and Leah Fong from Christopher Pike's YA novels, the series follows teenagers at a hospice who gather each night to swap spooky stories while awaiting signs from the afterlife.

‘Reginald the Vampire’ Review: Syfy’s Comedy Offers a Charming Protagonist But Lacks Bite

Jacob Batalon leads the series as a freshly turned vampire whose sweet personality and fat body make him an anomaly — and ultimately a target — within the hyper-vain, ultra-exclusionary world of bloodsuckers.

‘East New York’ Review: CBS Series Illustrates the Limits of Network Police Procedurals

Created by William Finkelstein ('NYPD Blue') and Mike Flynn ('Power Book III: Raising Kanan'), the show stars Amanda Warren as the recently promoted boss of Brooklyn's working-class 74th Precinct.

‘High School’ Review: Amazon Freevee’s Tender Portrait of a Teenage Tegan and Sara

Based on the memoir by Canadian indie pop musicians Tegan and Sara Quin, the series stars TikTok creators Railey Gilliland and Seazynn Gilliland as twins coming of age in suburban Calgary in the 1990s.