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Past articles by Amanda-Rae:

The Woman King Is the Future for Period Dramas and Epics

The Woman King should lead the charge for a new generation of historical epics and dramas set in Africa. → Read More

Ghosts Season 2 Episode 1 Review: Spies

No sophomore slump here! CBS's Ghosts gets off to a spooky, smashing start in season 2. → Read More

The Time Traveler’s Wife Episode 3 Is The End Of The Fairytale

Warning: Contains spoilers and discussion of rape/sexual assault The Time Traveler’s Wife Episode 3 Review Episode 3 of The Time Traveler’s Wife finally addresses the questions viewers have about Clare’s teen years. Part of the answer explains Clare’s eventual career path and her relationship with Henry. The other part of the answer would appear unnecessarily traumatic if one didn’t realize this… → Read More

The Time Traveler's Wife Review: Steven Moffat Drama Gives Us Another Girl Who Waited

Rose Leslie and Theo James are well-cast in HBO/Sky's time travel rom-com adapted by former Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat. Spoilers. → Read More

The Gilded Age Episode 7 Review: Irresistible Change

Thomas Edison lights up New York as The Gilded Age prepares to enter into a new era altogether. → Read More

Outlander: Claire Will Unravel in Dark and Intense Season 6

Outlander Season 6 promises a lot of character development and plot packed into eight episodes. We spoke to stars Caitríona Balfe and Lauren Lyle about what we can expect from Claire and Marsali. → Read More

The Gilded Age Episode 6 Review: Heads Have Rolled for Less

Oh great, here come the Pinkertons. This week's The Gilded Age is filled with backstabbing, betrayal, and butlers. → Read More

The Gilded Age Episode 5 Review: Charity Has Two Functions

This week’s The Gilded Age reveals the social climbing benefits of charity with some help from Nathan Lane. → Read More

The Gilded Age Episode 4 Review: A Long Ladder

Despite a reduction in tension, The Gilded Age's latest develops its characters and dynamics particular well, most especially a conflict between Peggy and Marian. → Read More

The Gilded Age Episode 3 Review: Face the Music

The Gilded Age raises the stakes, and shifts the tone, in Episode 3. → Read More

The Gilded Age Episode 2 Review: Money Isn’t Everything

While some may feel The Gilded Age's second installment doesn't offer as much excitement as the premiere, it sows the seeds for some interesting character conflict. → Read More

The Gilded Age Episode 1 Review: Never the New

The Gilded Age delivers a rich mix of social drama and historical recreation in its 90-minute premiere. → Read More

Bridgerton Season 2’s Corgi is More Important Than You Think

Corgis as companions to British monarchy is a modern association—one poised to be put to good use in Bridgerton Season 2. → Read More

Five reasons nerds & geeks should watch 'Around the World In 80 Days'

This article contains mild spoilers for Episode One and some details from the book. → Read More

Doctor Who: The Real-Life History of Mary Seacole

Who was Mary Seacole? What Doctor Who got right about the real-life historical figure featured in "War of the Sontarans." → Read More

Doctor Who: Why Jo Martin's Ruth Should Be The Next Doctor

The next Doctor Who showrunner may be tempted to reboot canon or scale back on diverse representation, but Jo Martin's Ruth Doctor is greater than a temporary plot device. → Read More

The Mysterious Benedict Society: Bringing the Middle Grade Mystery Series to TV

Mysterious Benedict Society showrunners Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi discuss their journey through development hell and the pandemic to premiere day. → Read More

Why Bridgerton Had to Let Regé-Jean Page Go

Bridgerton Season 2 was never going to be about Simon. → Read More

Miss Scarlet and The Duke Review (Spoiler-Free)

Miss Scarlet and the Duke tackles some of the worst crimes in Victorian London, and the patriarchy too. → Read More

How Bridgerton Season 2 Can Improve On Season 1

Netflix's Bridgerton has some problematic elements that, if fixed, could make Season 2 even better than Season 1. → Read More