All in Entertainment
I went over to my friends' place the other day and they told me not to watch Jim and Andy: The Great Beyond. So naturally, I did.
After binge-watching the three-part docu-series, which followed the untold story of how Mexican actress Kate Del Castillo met with El Chapo with American actor Sean Penn.
The weather outside is sweltering and my AC is blowing. Perfect conditions for a lovely binge-watching session.
One of the best beginnings to a series I've seen in a while aired on A&E on Tuesday night, but was overshadowed by the Scientology and the Aftermath.
I recently dove head first into some documentaries that were *shocking* (which seems to be a theme of mine)
If you haven't seen all of the Netflix's new series GLOW, then I suggest you don't read this article because SPOILERS.
These shows and documentaries stand out because they capture a time or place perfectly – and depict history in an entertaining, interesting, and honest light.
As shown in the recently released Netflix docu-series, the Internet is good at cracking cold cases -- or at least gathering an abundance of tiny details and facts, which often seem to elude the police, in an effort to solve murders. And none of them were as cold -- and as twisted, we would later find out -- as the murder of Sister Cathy, a Baltimore nun who was a teacher at Seton Keough High School.
I've been recapping some pretty heavy stuff, so why not share some docs that are uplifting so people think I'm stable or something. Here are some heartwarming tales to warm your heart: