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This week's streaming list is a big one! Never Have I Ever, Indian Matchmaking, A League of Their Own, Only Murders in the Building, The Gray Man and Look Both Ways. Holy streaming, Batman.
Tokyo Ever After is an "enemies to lovers" romance about a young woman who rediscovers herself on a trip to Japan.
It's all about the rom-coms this week! We're talking about Netflix's Purple Hearts, Wedding Season, and Uncoupled.
Ottessa Moshfegh's novel about a woman who tries to sleep the year away is both upsetting and fascinating.
This week we're talking about season four of Virgin River, Dakota Johnson in Persuasion and Cha Cha Real Smooth, and John Cho's role as a dad (what?) in Don't Make Me Go.
If you love the Netflix show Selling Sunset, Chrishell Stause's memoir provides some great behind-the-scenes content.
This week we're talking about The Bear, Emma Thompson's new Hulu movie, and the fact that I finally watched Pride & Prejudice.
Paulina Bren's The Barbizon is a historical account of life in New York City through the eyes of the women who lived in this one hotel. It's a remarkable reflection of 100 years in Manhattan, told through the eyes of young women in their twenties.
This week we're talking The Summer I Turned Pretty, the new Iron Chef, the Father of the Bride remake, and a cute rom-com called Love & Gelato.
This week we're talking about the new J.Lo Netflix documentary, Adam Sandler's new basketball movie, the Apple TV+ show WeCrashed, and two rom-coms to add to your list.
I am ecstatic to be sharing my experience staying at Sugar Beach in St. Lucia. This was one of the most memorable trips of my life!
This week we're talking about the new seasons of Somebody Feed Phil and My Next Guest, as well as the documentary Our Father and the 1968 classic The Thomas Crown Affair.