Why we need more shows like Brooklyn Nine-Nine

I’ll be honest, I had no interest in Brooklyn Nine-Nine the first time I heard about it. I dismissed it as another sitcom/cop show. I don’t remember what compelled me to finally give it a shot, but I can’t believe that I’ve been putting this show off for as long as I did. Not only…

“One Day at a Time” Review

One Day at a Time (a remake of based on the 1975-84 show of the same name) is a sitcom that follows three generations of a Cuban-American family. It stars military veteran single (and newly-separated) mother, Penelope, who is now a nurse and trying to make ends meet; her headstrong feminist daughter, Elena; vain and sarcastic tween…

“Yuri!!! on Ice” Review

(This review contains spoilers. Read at your own discretion.) I’ve noticed something in common with the things that I love and rave about: they all start out as things that I hear about everywhere (and by that, I mean Tumblr) and I don’t expect much out of it in the beginning. Exhibit A, Hamilton. Same…

“Your Lie in April” Review

Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso (translates to Your Lie in April) is a Japanese animated series that revolves around Arima Kousei, a piano prodigy who lost his ability to ‘hear’ the sound of his own playing ever since his mother’s death. The story takes place two years after this incident, where he befriends Kaori Miyazono, a…