Curb Your Enthusiasm, one of HBO’s long standing comedy series, returned after a long hiatus with the tenth season and Larry David, co-creator of Seinfeld, takes on society with even more unwritten social rules that will not only entertain you, but probably have you thinking, “He’s not wrong”.
Centered around Larry’s post Seinfeld life, the show takes on socially awkward behaviors and unnecessary banter among longtime friends, while confronting bigger social topics in an humorously uncomfortable way.
Most notably, with the existence of the “Me Too” movement, Larry gets himself into a handful of misunderstandings that sparks a sexual harassment lawsuit, at the start of episode one, which then causes him to progress the dating life with the need for video documentation of consent.… Keep reading
South Park returned with it’s 23rd season, making it the second longest running animated series to date, but that hasn’t stopped Trey Parker and Matt Stone, series creators, from writing new and controversial material. In fact, this may be one of the strongest seasons yet.
After writer fatigue, the show had it’s episode count slowly limited over the years to nearly half, to keep up with the current topics and focus on better quality episodes and these 10 episodes did not disappoint.
The season launched with a mashup of the hit movie Joker and I.C.E.… Keep reading
In our current world climate of political correctness for everything, the gang of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia is back to return chaos and balance to society.
It’s Always Sunny follows the everyday lives of Dennis (Glenn Howerton), Dee (Kaitlin Olson), Mac (Rob McElhenney), Charlie (Charlie Day), and Frank (Danny DeVito), as they collude and scheme around the city or from their bar, known as Paddy’s Pub.
This cult classic show, created by Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton, has returned for its 14th season, airing on FXX.
With a total of ten episodes, season 14 yet again tackles all of the current social hot topics that most shows are precautious of.… Keep reading
Feeling that something is missing in his life, Spencer (Alex Wolff) restarts in Jumanji. When his friends Bethany (Madison Iseman), Fridge (Ser’Darius Blain), and Martha (Morgan Turner) discover the game console has been rebuilt, they go after him, starting another new adventure in Jumanji, but this time around they unknowingly bring some additional help from Eddie (Danny Devito) and Milo (Danny Glover).
Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart, Jake Black, and Nick Jonas all return to reprise their roles of the playable avatars within Jumanji, along with the addition of Awkwafina as an avatar named Ming Fleetfoot, a thief with her own set of skills and Rory McCann as the new villain of the film, Jurgen The Brutal.… Keep reading