When I first saw the trailer for Netflix’s new series GLOW, I was instantly transported to my youth, growing up in the 80s, watching the cartoonish parade of characters body-slamming, clotheslining, and suplexing each other every Saturday morning. I knew the basic tale of the actual GLOW, or Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, that ran in the …
A book about magical happenings in a deep, dark wood. A struggle between high and low magic. Uprooted manages to take familiar pieces and make a fantasy story that feels entirely fresh.
A lot of shows that have come and gone over the years have had a bit of “quirkiness” to them that endeared itself to viewers. Here’s a look at some of the best examples of those shows and where to watch them now.
Doctor Who is one of the longest weekly episodic programs on television today, and for good reason. What are some shows that are similar to our good Doctor?
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Last year around this time, SyFy brought us a whole new take on magic and fantasy called The Magicians. With season 2 set to start up soon, here are some similar shows to catch up on to hold you over.
Netflix’s new adaptation of A Series of Unfortunate Events, starring Patrick Warburton and Neil Patrick Harris. Is this version worth your viewing?
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