Disney+’s “Ahsoka” proves viewers want more complex, opinionated women — and they want to see how this influences their friendships.
In her memoirs, Esmeralda Santiago recounts her experiences in US in the 1950s and 60s and shares truths about the immigrant experience.
If you want a show that delicately balances trauma, social justice, allyship, alternative families, and comedy, then watch “Doom Patrol.”
Season 6 of “Black Mirror” goes beyond the consequences of tech, exploring horrors that are more likely to happen unless we fight for change.
When I noticed Netflix’s “How To Get Rich,” I felt a dose of relief and skepticism as an eldest immigrant daughter curious about finances.
“Shiny Happy People” problematizes the Duggar family as entertainment, showing how Discovery+ normalized fundamentalist conservative values.
Slightly campy in the most 90s way, ‘Power Rangers: Once and Again’ bridges the gap between generations in a way that many reboots don’t.
Despite the high-stakes Kate Wyler encounters in “The Diplomat,” it’s her words that make the difference (and entertain us).
The Mandalorian would make Don Miguel Ruiz, author of “The Four Agreements” proud, with the creed standing in for his spiritual tenets.
Friends and acquaintances constantly recommended that I watch Aubrey Plaza’s work – and as a deadpan Latina, I get now why they did.