Flip Screen’s Guide to May (Lockdown 2: Electric Boogaloo)

Flip Screen’s James Palmer and George Forster are here to make a few TV suggestions to keep you going for the long haul.

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Review: ‘After Life’ Season Two is a Realistic and Heart-Wrenching Exploration of Loss and Grief

Ricky Gervais is responsible for some of the most iconic British comedic series of modern times. He’s the genius behind Extras, Derek, and of course, The Office. So, when he announced the arrival of After Life season one, there was obviously a lot of buzz around it, but nobody anticipated what was to follow.

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MHAM: ‘The Haunting of Hill House’ and the Journey of a Family Through Trauma

With its ten episodes oscillating back and forth between past and present, we discover the story of the Crain family. Director Mike Flanagan explores the complicated emotional dynamics of family relationships, in which every heated conversation and every word unsaid are part of a much bigger puzzle.

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REVIEW: ‘TWICE: Seize the Light’ (2020) is a Celebration of Nine

TWICE: Seize the Light is a YouTube Originals Documentary series that follows K-Pop girl group TWICE during their first world tour.

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REVIEW: ‘Devs’ (2020) is an Intriguing Examination of Humanity and the Nature of Free Will

Devs is simply one of the best new shows of the year so far.

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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ And How Fatphobia Is Still Acceptable In ‘Woke’ Media

There’s one major problem with ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ and its otherwise remarkable record on inclusivity – it can’t stop being fatphobic.

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Miracle Workers Is the Loveliest Show on TV That We All Need Right Now

While it’s much easier to binge popular and Award-winning shows like Game of Thrones or Breaking Bad, nothing right now is lovelier and more comforting than Miracle Workers: TBS’ comedy anthology series created by Simon Rich and executive produced by Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi, both of whom also star in all two seasons.

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Review: ‘Tales from the Loop’ (2020) is a Quiet Meditation on the Human Condition

Most anthology series have glaring differences in quality but Tales from the Loop stands out for having strong episodes throughout. Sure there are episodes that aren’t as engaging but every episode has an interesting story, stunning cinematography and incredible music.

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30 Years On, Twin Peaks Proves That It’s Damn Fine to be Weird

In an era where a lot of things feel and look the same, based on templates for success, churned out as quickly as they can be made, how could you not cherish something as defiantly different as Twin Peaks?

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Flip Screen’s Guide to April (Quarantine Edition)

James Palmer and George Forster are here to give you 10 recommendations available online right now to help get you through these hard times.

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