The Handmaid’s Tale

I'm definitely behind the majority, having finished watching Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale just a few weeks ago. But I'm sure I'm not the only one that was on the fence about watching the series. I'm a person who prefers the book before the screen. So when The Handmaid's Tale started making headlines, I borrowed the … Continue reading The Handmaid’s Tale


Miniseries Review: The Book of Negroes

To continue with the challenge for Black History Month, I headed over to Hulu to see what they had to offer. I like the way they have categories laid out and it was easy to find something that caught my attention. I'm very glad I checked there. I chose a miniseries originally made for BET, … Continue reading Miniseries Review: The Book of Negroes

Black Earth Rising

February is Black History Month and a coworker suggested watching something new that features black talent each day. I've decided to take up that challenge to watch some things I haven't before. I started with a series she had mentioned. Black Earth Rising is a BBC Two series that is currently available on Netflix. It's … Continue reading Black Earth Rising

Grace and Frankie

I finished binge-watching season five of Grace and Frankie on Netflix last Sunday. As usual, I'm left with this mix of feelings and, like finishing a good book, I yearn for more. In case you haven't seen it yourself, Grace and Frankie is a series on Netflix staring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Martin Sheen, and … Continue reading Grace and Frankie

TV Review: Lost In Space (Netflix)

Lost In Space (Netflix) Netflix has given us 10 episodes of science fiction goodness with everything I could have hoped for and much I didn't even expect. The poster above shows a little boy and a robot but don't take it at face value. This is not the Lost in Space of my childhood (which I … Continue reading TV Review: Lost In Space (Netflix)