An unflattering portrait of Erle Stanley Gardner’s titular character who is reinvented as a private investigator with limited screen appeal.
An ambitious series that resets the action to 1930s Los Angeles 50 years after the first ‘Penny Dreadful’ series.
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New version of the H.G. Wells classic follows the fates of three groups of survivors in the French Alps, Paris, and London erases the memory of the poor big-screen adaptation starring Tom Cruise.
A chilling alternative take on American history that begins with Charles Lindbergh defeating Franklin Delano Roosevelt in the 1940 Presidential election.
This biographical series of the two Broadway legends will have to greatly improve its writing and clumsy plot devices to make it worthwhile viewing.
The brutal murder of young Elizabeth Short AKA the “Black Dahlia” in 1947 Los Angeles gained national attention and, as the case was never solved, it continues to fascinate film makers. This TNT Network six-episode mini-series, I Am the Night, is based on the memoir One Day She’ll Darken: The Mysterious Beginnings of Fauna Hodel. […]
A thrill-a-minute spy-versus-spy series that kicks off with just the right blend of excitement, danger, and dark humor.
A live production of the classic rock musical turns out to be just the videotaped dress rehearsal performance.
All in all, a nice start to the third installment of the Victoria saga.