As I pointed out during this week’s WHYBW, I’ve put in a pretty poor effort in the reviews stakes over the past week. I atoned for my lack of movie reviews, but although I took in Departure during WHYBW, that’s still not good enough is it?
So here’s not one, not two, not three, but four mini-reviews to leave you with before I go away on holiday:
- My Life is Murder (Australia: Ten; UK: Alibi)
Lucy Lawless is a former top cop whose ex-colleagues refuse to let her talents go to waste so keep roping her into investigations
- Pandora (US: The CW)
A young woman is orphaned by evil aliens, so she signs up to join the fight against them. Except maybe all is not what it seems
- The Unsettling (US: Awesomeness TV)
A teenage girl arrives at her new remote foster home. Soon, strange things start to happen around her.
- Pearson (US: USA)
Suits spin-off that follows Gina Torres to Chicago where she becomes a political operative.
What do they all have in common? Well, they all involve “speaking the plot out loud”.
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