Cooking shows are a dime a dozen today,
with several networks and daytime TV series devoted to foodie
entertainment. But a true culinary documentary is rare. Enter Netflix,
which offers two original programs that examine food in a beautiful,
Beyond its ridiculous backstory, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Season
Premiere, Friday, Netflix) is fun because it explores various elements
of contemporary culture through the lens of a childlike adult who missed
out on years of life experiences and stupid slang terms.
Some actors capture a character so well that it’s hard to imagine them portraying anyone else. And for the truly talented, it’s less of a
pigeonhole than a challenge to raise the bar and keep landing solid
The channel, available on Time Warner, Dish, DirecTV and
most providers, hasn’t been active for a month yet but already boasts an
impressive lineup of original content — all on-brand with VICE’s punk
approach to news, entertainment and culture.
In the treacherous, calculated world of House of Cards, Frank and Claire Underwood could always
depend on one another. But both Frank and Claire begin to unravel
from mounting stress and pressure in Season 4.