TV Reviews

Review: ‘Harlem’ S2 is All About Getting Back to Self

Listen, Harlem is 100% Black Sex and the City, and thank goodness for it! In…

‘Proud Family: Louder and Prouder’ S2 Makes Sure to Say It Loud!

Unless you were born under a rock or not allowed to watch TV, you know…

Review: The Eternal Fight for Rights in Hulu’s ‘The 1619 Project’

Watching Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones’ Hulu-produced documentary series The 1619 Project, based on a…

Review: ‘The Last of Us’ Is a Stunning Adaptation

I could have watched the opening episode to HBO’s The Last of Us adaptation a…

Review: AMC’s Immortal Universe Expands with Anne Rice’s ‘Mayfair Witches’

AMC expands the cinematic universe of late author Anne Rice, officially called the Immortal Universe,…

Review: Nicolas Winding Refn Makes His Netflix Debut with the Visually Striking Revenge Fairytale ‘Copenhagen Cowboy’

If you’ve ever wondered what the take on the superhero genre from Nicolas Winding Refn…

Review: Noah Centineo Wings It in a World of Espionage in Netflix’s ‘The Recruit’

Noah Centineo has proved to be a great leading man in his previous work with…

Black Girl Nerds Recaps Episodes 3 & 4 of ‘FX’s Kindred’!

BGN dives into episodes 3 and 4 of the new FX series Kindred currently streaming…

Black Girl Nerds Recaps Episodes 1 & 2 of ‘FX’s Kindred’!

BGN dives into the first two episodes of the new FX series Kindred currently streaming…

Review: ‘Welcome to Chippendales’: A Well-Acted, Poorly Structured Crime Saga

I’m going to make a couple predictions, one of which will become immediately self-fulfilling.  First,…