A coming-of-age adolescent series in which sex or the lack thereof become the driving force for three young people at a starchy British secondary school
Tediousness aside, the film works on many levels and is a great experiment should Netflix continue with the gimmick of viewer interactivity with its streaming platform.
Pooka! fails to rise above its B-film predecessors and leaves viewers scratching their heads at the film’s rushed finale.
Another season of intrigue, time-travel, and a race to save Earth from its self-destruction.
Season two of this award-winner continues to deliver the dramedy goods.
This series’ sixth and final season suffers from hastily rewritten plot devices and suffers from the loss of its big-name lead, admittedly under awful circumstances.
This Golden Globe-nominated series from Netflix delivers a cracking good British political thriller
A tense psychological thriller that marks Julia Roberts’ small screen debut as a troubled case worker in a mysterious rehabilitation facility for Middle East war veterans.
This second season improves on the original giving viewers more character development, darker storylines, and an unerring sense of comic timing.
A very strong third installment in this dystopian sci-fi franchise