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Inkoo Kang

Television Critic

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HBO Max’s ‘Hacks’: TV Review

Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder play comedians on opposing sides of a generational gap in a new dramedy.

Netflix’s ‘The Upshaws’: TV Review

Wanda Sykes headlines a Netflix multi-cam she co-created, starring Mike Epps and Kim Fields as an Indiana couple whose marriage becomes strained.

‘Lady Buds’: Film Review | Hot Docs 2021

Chris J. Russo profiles six female entrepreneurs in California's cannabis industry, many of whose livelihoods are upended by the state's legalization of marijuana in 2016.

Critics’ Conversation: The Exhilarating Stupidity of Netflix’s ‘The Circle’

Two THR critics delve into 'The Circle,' analyzing just what makes this Netflix reality TV show so brilliantly stupid, trashily satisfying and surprisingly moving.

‘Girls5eva’: TV Review

Sara Bareilles and Busy Philipps headline a Peacock comedy executive-produced by Tina Fey about a girl group mounting a comeback two decades after their last hit.

‘The Girlfriend Experience’ Season 3: TV Review

Julia Goldani Telles stars in writer-director Anja Marquadt's new take on the Starz anthology drama.

‘Pose’ Season 3: TV Review

Mj Rodriguez, Billy Porter and Dominique Jackson return for the groundbreaking FX series' third and final season.

‘Rutherford Falls’: TV Review

Ed Helms and Jana Schmieding star in co-creator Mike Schur's Peacock comedy about a small town with a distinct historical identity and the Native American reservation next door.

‘Cruel Summer’: TV Review

Executive produced by Jessica Biel, Freeform's twist-filled thriller stars Chiara Aurelia as a seemingly ordinary teenage girl who may be involved in the kidnapping of a classmate.

‘Minari’ Broke New Ground for Storytellers of Color, But Creatives Don’t Want to Be Pigeonholed

The Oscar-nominated film navigates the immigrant American journey, but writer-director Lee Isaac Chung, producer Christina Oh and Steven Yeun emphasize its themes are…

‘Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!’: TV Review

Jamie Foxx, David Alan Grier and Nickelodeon alum Kyla-Drew team up for a Netflix family sitcom about a middle-aged dad and teenage daughter who can't understand each other.

‘Mare of Easttown’: TV Review

Kate Winslet stars as a detective who becomes swallowed up by the dysfunctions of her small town in HBO's murder-mystery limited series.