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Better Call Saul

While Better Call Saul might have seemed like a poor spin off to the successful Breaking Bad, it is not in its third season and making a name for itself all on its own. The plot takes place years before he meets Walter White and changes his name.

Diana, Our Mother Her Life and Legacy

After 20 years since the tragic death of Princess Diana, HBO marks the anniversary with this personal documentary that features interviews with her royal sons, William and Harry. The two describers their trauma and heartbreak over losing their mother at a young age.  What makes this HBO documentary so special is that it is the first two the two siblings have ever spoken about her as their mother.

Game of Thrones

Season 7 has finally arrived and it has been nothing less than awesome. The Game of Thrones is being dominated by the Mad Queen and Known Snow finally meeting the Queen of Dragons.

The Handmaid’s Tale

After nine long episodes of Margaret’s painful dystopia, the finale showed the Handmaid’s defiance as a quiet assertion of female strength and empowerment. The drama talks about the oppression of women with a strong female talent on and off screen.

Poldark

In the third season of Poldark, the series is going heavy on drama with a focus of tangled relationships and politics. With more of his classic risky plans, Ross gathers a band to sail through the Channel and break into France to free Dwight. As the show is always keen on what’s right and what Ross thinks is right, this season is among the strongest of the installment.

Top of the Lake: China Girl

As the six-part sequel to the crime thriller in 2013, Nicole Kidman plays an Australian feminist who moves to the UK to study under the infamous Germaine Greer. Greer ends up being a hostile woman who wants to express her body to the world.

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