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Rachel (Kristen Bell) is a very busy woman, so much so that her phone is always on hand, even during her wedding ceremony to Owen (Jon Foster), which proves to be too much for him, and they split up at the alter. The next day she gets black-out drunk while reconnecting with her long unseen …

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In typical Jenji Kohan fashion (See: Weeds) the Season 6 storyline has gone straight up, much better than last season. Now don’t get me wrong, the past few seasons have had fantastic stories, but I think this year has pushed it to a new level, with a wide range of stories, a smaller amount of …

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The Australian comedian Jim Jefferies, who is always most popular after a school shooting, has a brand new Netflix special entitled┬áThis Is Me Now. He is a super dirty funnyman and had me laughing from start to finish, with a wide range of topics. From being poor and famous vs rich and famous, and everyone …

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Father of the Year on Netflix is their continued quest to push out movies to the masses, this time starring David Spade, Nat Faxon, Joey Bragg, Matt Shively, and Bridgit Mendler. Ben (Bragg) is home from college, after graduating valedictorian, and his trailer park father Wayne (Spade), who is on disabilities for colorblindness, is right …

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Joel McHale had a Netflix run of a fresh show every week for 13 weeks, which started here. And then when it finished they extended it by six episodes, to be binge released at one time…which is risky for a “weekly style” show since its content becomes more dated. And with them being released this …

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Elle Evans (Joey King), a cute Selena Gomez looking girl, and Lee Flynn (Joel Courtney) were friends from the minute that they were born together in the same hospital at the same minute. But she’s had a crush on his brother Noah (Jacob Elordi) since she first learned what that was…except not hitting on relatives …

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8 Comedians. 15-minute sets. An opportunity to show their wares before the Netflix crowd, in hopes of getting some national exposure, and possibly a bigger Netflix deal. This season is pretty good, and overall better than the two seasons of The Standups (One and Two), although those offered some great acts. Each of the eight …

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Luke Cage, the Power Man of Harlem, is back for another funfilled Marvel season. Luke (Mike Colter) is trying to keep Mariah (Alfre Woodard) and Shades (Theo Rossi) from bringing guns into Harlem, but a new Jamaican foe, Bushmaster (Mustafa Shakir) and fresh hierarchy at the NYPD stand in his way. Just because you are …

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