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Dr Death Season 2 Review

REVIEW: Dr. Death Season 2

Peacock’s second season of Dr. Death features the medical misdeeds of the Swiss-Italian doctor Paolo Macchiarini (Edgar Ramirez). Macchiarini, an internationally famous surgeon at the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden, has created a miracle: a stem-cell-soaked, 3D-printed trachea that can be implanted and magically become one with the patient. Benita Alexander (Mandy Moore), a journalist at

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Gen V Review


Episodes reviewed: 1-6 Gen V is a new 8-part series, coming to Prime Video this Friday and set in the same supe-inhabited world as The Boys, a show that has already racked up three brilliant seasons and is still going strong. Gen V is set in Godolkin University, a prestigious superhero-only college, where students train

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Welcome to Chippendales Review

REVIEW: Welcome to Chippendales

Hulu/Disney+ miniseries, Welcome to Chippendales is a semi-biographical drama about the origin of Chippendales, and its founder, Somen “Steve” Banerjee (Kumail Nanjiani). The series starts in the 1970s where Indian immigrant Banerjee aspires to become a successful businessman and idolises people like Hugh Hefner. He tries various club ideas and meets Club Promoter Paul Snider

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