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Recent articles by Radhika:

The Bear Review: A Chef's Kiss on Hulu

It's worth a binge. → Read More

Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Halftime’ on Netflix, In Which We Bear Witness To Jennifer Lopez’s Turbulent Super Bowl Preparation

Lopez displays vulnerability and openness in embracing the good with the bad, which makes her a great documentary subject. → Read More

Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The Janes’ on HBO, An Essential Documentary About Women’s Reproductive Rights

The Janes tell a bleak but inspirational story about standing up for your values and fighting for equal rights. → Read More

'Kim Possible' 20th Anniversary: Christy Carlson Romano & Will Friedle Want A Reboot

'Kim Possible' stars Christy Carlson Romano and Will Friedle, who voiced Kim and Ron, reunited to celebrate the Disney Channel animated series' 20th anniversary. → Read More

Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Hollywood Stargirl’ on Disney+, A Movie That Celebrates Youthfulness And Hope

Watching this movie feels like a warm hug. → Read More

Stream It Or Skip It: ‘F*ck Love Too’ on Netflix, A Danish Rom-Com That Lacks Spark (Despite Its Spicy Title)

The film aims high but falls flat. → Read More

Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The Perfect Family’ on Netflix, A Spanish Film About The Tensions Between A Woman And Her Mother-In-Law

It plays like a Lifetime movie, but it will also make you want to book the next flight to Madrid. → Read More

This Sweet Oscars Moment Between A 'Minari' Star & 'Coda' Winner Made Twitter Sob

Last year's Best Supporting Actress used sign language to announce Troy Kotsur's Best Supporting Actor Oscars win, which he dedicated to the Deaf community. → Read More

Stream It Or Skip It: ‘DMZ’ on HBO Max, A Dystopian Look at NYC After A Second Civil War

Rosario Dawson stars in this DC adaptation from director Ava DuVernay. → Read More

‘Love Is Blind’ Star Shake Chatterjee Suffers From A Case of Self-Hatred Towards His Own Culture

Love Is Blind has a lot of parallels to an arranged marriage, which is still deeply entwined in Indian culture. → Read More

Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Gehraiyaan’ on Amazon Prime, A Hindi-Language Love Triangle Thriller

Just in time for Valentine’s Day! → Read More

Promised Land Review: ABC’s New Series Is a Delicious, Soapy Delight

If you’re looking for your next addictive, twisty, and frothy family drama, welcome to the Promised Land. → Read More

Landscapers Review: Olivia Colman and David Thewlis Shine as a Murderous Couple

Landscapers is far from a typical true crime drama. The four episodes are experimental in nature, unraveling and investigating these people in sequences that veer into fable, mixing truth with fantasy. → Read More

Harlem Review: Amazon’s Likable Series Doesn’t Quite Scratch the Insecure Itch

Harlem isn't trying to be anything other than another show about young, successful Black women thriving. And no matter the packaging, Hollywood needs more of these stories. → Read More

The Sex Lives of College Girls Review: HBO Max's Series Understands the Assignment

The series also proves that college is a worthy TV setting. → Read More

Love Life Season 2 on HBO Max Revamps to Deliver a Compelling New Romantic Journey

The new season stars William Jackson Harper of "The Good Place" as a 30-something divorcee whose search for love is complicated to say the least. → Read More

Insecure Season 5: In its Final Season, the Show Commits to Growth

Insecure continues to shine a light on real people living their lives and dealing with issues in authentic and believable ways. Only now, our favorite characters are committed to growing from their experiences. → Read More

TV Rewind: Man Seeking Woman Remains One of the Sharpest Comedies on Modern Dating and Relationships

Even though it's been off the air for some time now, the jokes still feel fresh enough to watch again and again. → Read More

The Other Two Season 2 Has Been Heléne Yorke's Comedic Showcase

An ode to the other Dubek sibling. → Read More

Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol Review: Freshly Entertaining, If Overly Verbose

Succession's Ashely Zukerman stars in the 10-episode season, streaming on Peacock, as a young Robert Langdon. → Read More