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Angie Han

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‘This Fool’ Review: Hulu’s Endearing South L.A.-Set Odd Couple Comedy

The half-hour comedy centers on Luis (co-creator Chris Estrada), whose job at a gang rehabilitation center meets its biggest challenge yet when his older cousin, Luis (Frankie Quiñones), is released from prison.

‘A League of Their Own’ Review: Abbi Jacobson’s Amazon Reboot Eventually Hits Its Stride

Jacobson co-creates and stars alongside Chanté Adams and D'Arcy Carden in a reboot of the 1992 film about the Rockford Peaches, an all-female pro baseball team launched during the height of World War II.

‘The Sandman’ Review: Netflix’s Neil Gaiman Adaptation Plays It Too Safe

Neil Gaiman's classic comic book series gets adapted into a drama series starring Tom Sturridge as the King of Dreams, who finds himself imprisoned in the human world for a century.

‘The Resort’ Review: Peacock Comedy-Thriller Series Is Strong on Vibes, Weak on Story

The comedy thriller stars Cristin Milioti and William Jackson Harper as a couple on vacation who try to crack the case of two tourists (Skyler Gisondo and Nina Bloomgarden) who disappeared 15 years earlier.

‘Uncoupled’ Review: Darren Star’s New Netflix Series Is a Fizzy Take on Gay Dating Scene

Neil Patrick Harris leads Darren Star and Jeffrey Richman's rom-com series as Michael, a 40something gay man who finds himself newly single after getting dumped by his partner of 17 years.

‘The Most Hated Man on the Internet’ Review: Netflix’s Hunter Moore Docuseries Is Absorbing but Shallow

The docuseries chronicles the downfall of Hunter Moore, founder of Is Anyone Up? and self-proclaimed "professional life-ruiner," as spearheaded by the mother of one of his victims.

Hulu’s ‘Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons’: TV Review

Matt Tyrnauer's three-part docuseries digs deep on the once-dominant lingerie brand, its place in culture, its parent company founder Les Wexner, his ties to Jeffrey Epstein and more.

Critics’ Conversation: The 2022 Emmy Nominations Are a Mix of Inspired and Inane

THR's TV critics break down the 2022 Emmy nominations — and oversights — that most surprised, delighted, perplexed or disappointed them.

Freeform’s ‘Everything’s Trash’: TV Review

Phoebe Robinson executive produces and stars in a series about a 30something podcaster who tries to get her act together when her older brother (Jordan Carlos) decides to run for office.

Netflix’s ‘Boo, Bitch’: TV Review

Lana Condor and Zoe Colletti lead the comedy as a pair of high school besties who resolve to live their best lives in senior year, only for one of them to die and become a ghost.

Hulu’s ‘Maggie’: TV Review

The rom-com series centers on a 30-something psychic, played by Rebecca Rittenhouse, whose love life is complicated by her ability to see glimpses of the future.

Hulu’s ‘Only Murders in the Building’ Season 2: TV Review

Oliver (Martin Short), Charles (Steve Martin) and Mabel (Selena Gomez) set out to solve the mystery of who killed Arconia board president Bunny Folger (Jayne Houdyshell) in the second season of their podcast.