ARMY OF THE DEAD is like a zombified Elvis-impersonator. A lifeless husk that's novel for a few seconds and repulsive immediately afterward.
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THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW is a disastrous attempt at emulating Hitchcockian thriller tropes, wasting a stellar cast in the process.
SHADOW AND BONE looks gorgeous, but comes saddled with two competing shows, one of which is clearly better than the other.
YASUKE squanders its vast potential in a messy and convoluted story that does little with its special setting and protagonist.
NEWS OF THE WORLD is a mature and thoughtfully composed western that tells its minimalist story exceptionally well.
DISENCHANTMENT returns with a more focused third season that continues finding a voice for the show. The future looks bright.
PRETEND IT'S A CITY is a charming and lovingly composed portrait of an opinionated New Yorker, still keeping us on our toes decades later.
THE HISTORY OF SWEAR WORDS is a funny, if slight, exploration of what swearing means to us. Netflix just needs to dig deeper into this shit.