TV Reviews Archive

Documentary Review: ‘Citizen Penn’

Greetings again from the darkness. As a two-time Oscar winner for MILK (2008) and MYSTIC RIVER (2003), Sean Penn is unquestionably one of the finest actors of his generation. He’s also an accomplished writer, director, and producer, and has been in two high-profile marriages/divorces: ...Read More

TV Review: ‘Cruel Summer’

Review by James Lindorf Freeform is taking a step outside their comfort zone of sitcoms and lighthearted family dramas with the new time-jumping thriller “Cruel Summer.” The series was created by Bert V. Royal, the writer of “Easy A.” Sklyin, Texas, like most small ...Read More

TV Review: ‘Made For Love’ On HBO Max

Review by James Lindorf A year ago, people questioned if adding limited access to various brands and properties owned by parent company AT&T would be enough to take HBO from a premium TV add-on to an elite streaming service. One pandemic later and primarily ...Read More

TV Review: Amazon Studio’s ‘Invincible’

by James Lindorf The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman will finally see his second most well-known property make the leap from page to television. On March 26th, Amazon Studios will release the first three episodes of the animated teenage superhero tale “Invincible.” For its ...Read More

TV Review: ‘Palmer’ On Apple TV+

Review by James Lindorf Eddie Palmer (Justin Timberlake) was a rising football star in the state of Louisiana. A small-town high school legend at quarterback who earned a full scholarship to LSU. Instead of returning home as the conquering hero, he returns as a ...Read More