Five teens, who couldn’t be more different from one another, wind up together in detention: Nate, the drug dealer who’s on probation; Bronwyn, the future valedictorian; Cooper, Bayview High’s star baseball pitcher; Addie, the popular girl with the popular boyfriend; and Simon, the creator of Bayview’s notorious gossip app, where he spills the . . .
Alina Starkov is a nobody. An orphan. A mapmaker in the First Army. But when she ventures into the Shadow Fold, a stretch of land covered in darkness and crawling with horrible monsters, she unleashes a dormant power to save her closest friend, Mal. She’s a Grisha, a magical being, and one of the most powerful at that. She’s . . .
Offred is a Handmaid in the Republic of Gilead, the totalitarian and theocratic rule that has replaced the government of the United States. Women can no longer have jobs, own money, read or write, or do much of anything anymore, other than what they’ve been assigned. Handmaids are assigned to . . .
It's Christmas in New York, and for Dash, he's blessedly been left completely and totally alone. His mom thinks he's with his dad, and his dad thinks he's with his mom. Left to his own devices, Dash wanders around the city in Grinch-like fashion. He winds up at his favorite bookstore, where he finds a red notebook that . . .
Season 2 of The Umbrella Academy picks up right where season 1 left off: the gang is about to be destroyed, with the rest of the world, by the moon crashing into Earth (thanks, Vanya). So Five does what he does best and zaps them all out of there, back to the 1960s. Unfortunately, they wind up . . .
When a beautiful woman wanders into the bookstore where Joe works, he is immediately obsessed with her. He must know who she is. After Googling the name on her credit card, he’s in luck: only 1 Guinevere Beck shows up in NYC. Even better, Beck (as her friends call her) has a public Facebook page and a ridiculously active . . .
If you're a fan of binge-watching a series in one day, then this is the perfect series for you---that is, if you have access to Netflix, which I hope you do because cable is pretty much pointless anymore. The End of the F***ing World is comprised of eight 20-minute episodes and is based on the graphic novel of the same name, created by Charles Forsman back . . .