Category: TV Reviews

‘Welcome 2 Life’ Review: This is a Fun New Fantasy Romance to Watch

The eagerly anticipated Korean drama starring Rain (big heartthrob in my eyes), Welcome 2 Life, is a fantasy drama not to be missed. With only 32 episodes to digest, the series feels all too brief. But it’s a Korean Drama worth watching. Welcome 2 Life includes suspense, humor, and my favorite – supernatural forces at work. With the combination of action and adventure but also love and family, the show has a well-rounded appeal.

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Coming Home (1998) Review: A Solid WWII Period Drama With Fine Performances

Coming Home (1998) is an ITV miniseries based upon Rosamunde Pilcher’s coming-of-age story of the same name. The series is set during World War II (pre and post as well) in England. It follows about a decade of the life and loves and travails of schoolgirl Judith Duncan, who comes of age as war erupts.

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Charles II: The Power and the Passion (2003) – A Compelling Political Soap Opera Starring Rufus Sewell

England’s King Charles II occupied the throne during a fascinating time in the nation’s history. During the English Civil War and Oliver Cromwell’s rule, his father was beheaded and Charles was exiled. After Cromwell’s death, Charles II returned to England as its’ king. Charles II reversed many of the rules implemented by Cromwell’s government. He also continued his father’s battle with the English Parliament. The years of his reign are known as The Restoration. Charles II: The Power and the Passion presents a portrait of this multi-faceted historical figure.

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‘Berkeley Square,’ The Complete Series: Secrets and Romance!

No matter how much we enjoy the new period dramas, sometimes it’s just as nice to revisit past period drama series. One of these is BBC’s Berkeley Square series, an excellent late ’90s period drama. It follows three nannies in the upscale London neighborhood known as Berkeley Square.

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‘Blood and Treasure’ Review: The Action-Adventure Drama You Need to Watch

Looking for a swashbuckling adventure with plenty of romance? Then you’ll love Blood and Treasure. It’s a cross between Indiana Jones and The Mummy with a little Tomb Raider thrown in. The energy in each episode is contagious; the writing sharp and witty. Moreover, Danny and Lexi add just the right amount of sexy to every episode.

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Memories of the Alhambra: How to Get Your Son and Yourself Hooked on a K-Drama Score 94%

Memories of the Alhambra: How to Get Your Son and Yourself Hooked on a K-Drama

Augmented reality, scenic Spanish streets, swashbuckling action, slow-burn romance, a dimpled Byronic hero, Memories of the Alhambra has it all. Memories of the Alhambra is a genre-bending, sixteen-episode K-drama series currently streaming on Netflix.

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