This Netflix comedy series, based on writer Ryan O’Connell’s 2015 memoir I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves, puts a fresh new spin on what it means to be a Netflix comedy. Special stars O’Connell as a fictionalized version of himself (also named Ryan), a gay man with mild cerebral palsy who finally gets his life in gear after spending a whole lotta time pining away for the friends/job/men he wants. Of course this being a comedy, his carpe diem moment comes because he tells everyone at his hip new job that he was actually hit by a car and keeps the whole CP thing a secret. It helps that he actually was hit by a car, as O’Connell was IRL. Still, the lies snowball as O’Connell navigates life, going on dates, moving out of his mother’s house, and making new friends.
There is a huge variety in this year’s horror genre, from cannibalism and zombies, to self-referential slashers and demonic possession. While the series started in 2019, it came back in 2022 with its third season, and fans cannot get enough of it. Similar to Black Mirror, the show is a combination of various short stories that form […]
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College football season is back! What better way to get in the school spirit then binge watching all eight episodes of “March” on CWTV.com and The CW app. And read the review on Andscape (fka ESPN’s The Undefeated): A historically Black college and university (HBCU) band cannot be compared with any other. From the rhythms […]
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