Netflix’s On My Block is a coming-of-age story about a group of best friends who are more like family that live in South Central Los Angeles. The majority of the cast of the cast is newcomers and made up of Hispanic and African American actors, including Sierra Capri, Jason Genao, Brett Gray, Diego Tinoco, Ronni Hawk, and Jessica Marie Garcia. The series was created by … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘On My Block’ Is The Diverse Teen Dramedy We’ve Been Waiting For
Count Olaf and the Baudelaire siblings are back in Netflix’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events season 2! Season 1 really blew me away so I was highly anticipating the return of this dark and whimsical show. Continuing the television adaptation of the book series by Lemony Snicket (a pseudonym for author Daniel Handler), this new season sees the Baudelaires continue to outsmart and outrun the … Continue reading ‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events’ Season 2 Review: So Who Survived The Fire?
Created by Ben York Jones and Michael Mohan, Netflix’s Everything Sucks! was a high school coming-of-age story that took place in the 1990s and followed students in the rivaling A.V. and Drama clubs come together to create a film. The show was praised for its portrayal of character Kate Messner’s coming out story, but debuted to generally mixed reviews back in February. Now Netflix has … Continue reading Netflix Cancels 90s Teen Drama ‘Everything Sucks!’
Netflix’s Queer Eye is without a doubt everyone’s favorite new show of early 2018. Introducing us to a brand new Fab Five — consisting of Karamo Brown, culture; Tan France, style; Bobby Berk, design; Jonathan Van Ness, grooming; and Antoni Porowski, food — the series brought an incredible amount of heart, acceptance, and happy tears in a time that’s been very difficult for America. A … Continue reading Everyone’s Favorite New Show ‘Queer Eye’ Is Getting A Season 2
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy originally premiered on Bravo back in 2003. The show boasted a team of gay men who were experts in fashion, grooming, style, design, and culture, known collectively as the Fab Five. Each episode, the Fab Five would makeover a man, typically a straight one, and help them get their lives together. A surprise success, the show eventually shorted its moniker … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘Queer Eye’ Is The Show We Need In 2018
The cult classic 80s movie Heathers is getting a reboot? Well, fuck me gently with a chainsaw… The new Spike TV-turned-Paramount Network is kicking off its reign with a reboot of one of the most controversial teen dark comedies around — Heathers. Originally starring Winona Ryder, Christian Slater, and Shannen Doherty, the story follows Veronica Sawyer, a girl in the popular clique at school called … Continue reading A Complete Breakdown Of The ‘Heathers’ TV Reboot: The Good And The Bad
Fresh off my appearances on “DA” Podcast and the Dave Bullis Podcast, I’m back to share another podcast guest appearance with you! I recorded an episode of the Talking Without Thinking Podcast with hosts Scott Lowder, Jason Eckard, and Jarrod Carpenter. The guys were really knowledgeable, fun, and professional and I had the best time chatting with them! In the episode we talked about my … Continue reading Listen To My Guest Appearance On The Talking Without Thinking Podcast