Teens are often portrayed very one-dimensionally, even in more recent shows. However, “Never Have I Ever” features characters that deal with deeper issues outside of school and who sometimes let their messiness show.
“Loki” Definitely Fulfilled Its Glorious Purpose
Loki is such an interesting character because he has so much going on under the surface. In previous Thor and Avengers movies, we got a glimpse into his painful past and inner-conflict between good and evil. Having a TV show for Loki to star in gave us a more in-depth look into Loki’s character. At the start, Loki was very much guarded and selfish. But each episode shaped and molded Loki into someone unrecognizable compared to the first time we met him. The writing in this show lended itself so perfectly in shaping Loki into a multi-dimensional, complex character.
Season Four of “Atypical” is Wonderfully Entertaining
During this season, Sam trains to go to Antarctica, Casey begins to lose her love for running, and Zahid prepares for an upcoming surgery.
“The Mysterious Benedict Society” is Wonderfully Adventurous
Based on a compelling young adult book series by the same name, “The Mysterious Benedict Society” is an adventurous show about four intelligent orphans who are recruited to go on an undercover mission that could possibly save the world.
“Patriot Act”: Global Issues Through A Comedic Lens
“Patriot Act'' masterfully unpacks complicated political, social, and cultural issues in a way that all audiences can comprehend and relate to.
“Raising Dion” is Thoroughly Entertaining
"Raising Dion" is a sci-fi drama about Nicole Reese raising her eight-year-old son, Dion, as Dion discovers that he has superpowers.
“Cobra Kai” is Entertainingly Amusing
Cobra Kai is a fun, captivating sequel to the Karate Kid films that shows a grown-up Daniel and Johnny as they continue their rivalry and each start their own karate dojos.
“A Series of Unfortunate Events” is Witty, Unsettling, and Entertaining
“A Series of Unfortunate Events” is a captivating, ominous show about the three recently orphaned Baudelaire children. As the Baudelaires go from one guardian to another, they also deal with trying to escape the evil Count Olaf, who is after the children's fortune.
“No Good Nick” is Surprisingly Entertaining
“No Good Nick” is about Nicole Franzelli, a thirteen-year-old who shows up on the doorstep of the Thompson family and claims to be a distant relative who needs a home. What the family doesn't suspect is that Nick is there for revenge of something the Thompsons did to Nick's family years ago.
The Humor and Significance of “Kim’s Convenience”
What was done particularly well was how the Kim family relationships and dynamics were written. In Korean culture, family is everything, so I was amazed to see how well that translated throughout the show.