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The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale is a half-hour Sunday show on Netflix, set for a 13-episode run. Hosted by Joel McHale, formerly of The Soup and Community, the show is a simple show making fun of all things TV and social media from throughout the previous week(s). The first episode, out now, is a little …

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Everything Sucks! is the latest Netflix show, and while everyone is stuck in the 80s on Stranger Things, this show is all about the 90s. It’s 1996 and the phattest movie is about to come out: The first in the new Star Wars trilogy. Luke (Jahi Di’Allo Winston) is a high school freshman in Boring, Oregon, all …

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La Casa de Papel (“Money Heist”) is a Spanish language TV show, which airs on Spain’s Antena 3, and on Netflix in America. The first half of Season 1 is now available on Netflix, with no word on when the second half will appear. The show focuses on an Ocean’s style robbery, with a hint …

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Noah (Adam Devine) and Avery (Alexandra Daddario) first met at a Halloween party three years prior, and after a night of fun with photo booths, jazz bars, and cereal as a midnight snack, they quickly become best friends… That’s right. Best friends. Friendzoned. And now, she is getting engaged to Ethan (Robbie Amell). So after …

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Step Sisters is a Netflix original comedy movie about a sorority in despair that needs a little help from their sisters. I did not know what to expect out of this movie, but it didn’t disappoint, along the lines of Step Up. The movie focuses on Theta member Jamilah (Megalyn Echikunwoke), who is trying to get …

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David Letterman is back after a two and a half year hiatus, and while I wasn’t a fan of his originally, without Paul Shaffer “he-he’ing” behind him, he’s actually quite fun to watch! This Netflix special is just Dave and a special guest for a one-hour show. No stand-up, no band, just plain old banter. …

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“I’m James. I’m 17. And I’m pretty sure I’m a psychopath.” Those words highlight Episode 1 of this eight-part Netflix show, and it’s all pretty solid from there. 17-year-old James (Alex Lawther) is a self-diagnosed psychopath who has killed cats and other animals and is now ready to move onto a bigger target: Humans. His …

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Dave Chappelle is back for a final 2-part Netflix special, dealing with politics, racism, and sexual harassment in Hollywood, and there’s hard to find someone as funny on the stage these days as Chappelle. I respect everyone. Except the Amish people. cause they are the only ones I can say clearly: Their God is wrong. …

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