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Inkoo Kang

Television Critic

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Amazon’s ‘Panic’: TV Review

Olivia Welch stars in Lauren Oliver's adaptation of her own novel about high-school grads competing in a grueling game for a chance at leaving their small Texas town.

Amazon’s ‘Solos’: TV Review

Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman and Anne Hathaway star in a monologue-driven sci-fi anthology drama.

Apple TV+’s ‘The Me You Can’t See’: TV Review

Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry guide a five-part docuseries about mental-health awareness, with stories from celebrities and ordinary people.

Netflix’s ‘Master of None’ Season 3: TV Review

Lena Waithe stars — and Aziz Ansari cameos — in the third season of the romantic dramedy, which returns after a four-year break.

Starz’s ‘Run the World’: TV Review

The 'Sex and the City' formula is updated for a new series about four 30-something Black friends with complicated love lives in Harlem.

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 multicam 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 were 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 what makes the reality TV hit so brilliantly silly, 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.