by Les Luchter on Nov 30, 9:00 AM
"Lola Upside Down" was named a "Show to Watch" this fall by "The New York Times." "L'il Quinquin," filmed in brighter tones, had a more direct crime drama storyline and perhaps most important, was played largely for laughs.
by Les Luchter on Nov 29, 9:00 AM
Lost among a bombardment of ongoing negative news, Facebook quietly continues to roll out its free alternative to subscription streaming services: Facebook Watch.
by Les Luchter on Nov 28, 11:04 AM
I was impressed by Arirang News' objective coverage -- even of such issues as North Korea's nuclear situation.
by Les Luchter on Nov 27, 9:00 AM
Florence Pugh shines as Charlie, a young British actress recruited by Israelis in 1979 to pretend she is a Palestinian sympathizer.
by Les Luchter on Nov 26, 9:00 AM
Pick your Christmas music from a giant jukebox of holiday tunes -- and your Christmas movie from a similarly endless-seeming variety of made-for-TV titles.
by Les Luchter on Nov 23, 8:55 AM
It's Black Friday! Time to binge-shop! So we checked out Alecia, a free streaming service designed to sell products related to its shows.
by Les Luchter on Nov 21, 9:20 AM
In our house, Thanksgiving means the annual screening of the "Turkeys Away" episode of "WKRP in Cincinnati."
by Les Luchter on Nov 20, 10:04 AM
The show is a crime drama with the by-now-obligatory formula of a flawed hero and a murder case that interconnects with complicated plot lines.
by Les Luchter on Nov 19, 8:44 AM
Ashley Jensen stars in this cozy mystery series as a former Londonite who retires to an English village where the homicide rate rivals that of "Murder, She Wrote."
by Les Luchter on Nov 16, 10:06 AM
SVOD service Fandor features a wealth of indie films and shorts like "Why We Love Ryan Gosling."