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Angie Han

Television Critic

Angie Han has been a TV Critic at The Hollywood Reporter since 2021, writing about new and returning series across broadcast and streaming platforms. Previously, she has worked as an Editor and Film Critic at Mashable, a Managing Editor at Slashfilm and a Featured Film Critic on KPCC's AirTalk.

More from Angie Han

‘The Spiderwick Chronicles’ Review: Christian Slater in a Roku Fantasy Series Sorely Lacking in Wonder

Adapted from the fantasy books, the adventure centers on a trio of adolescent siblings who must save their town from a ravenous ogre.

‘Under the Bridge’ Review: Lily Gladstone and Riley Keough Star in Hulu’s Timid True-Crime Drama

A cop and a writer investigate the 1997 murder of a 14-year-old girl in a Canadian town in this mystery based on the book by Rebecca Godfrey.

‘Fallout’ Review: Amazon Video Game Adaptation From ‘Westworld’ Creators Is Heavy on Vibes, Light on Narrative Stakes

Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy's show follows an idealist, a soldier and a bounty hunter across Los Angeles two centuries after a nuclear apocalypse.

‘Hapless’ Review: British-Jewish Cringe Comedy on Peacock Plays Like U.K.’s Answer to ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’

The series follows the trivial misadventures of a freelance journalist working for "the fourth-largest Jewish publication in the U.K."

‘Mary & George’ Review: Julianne Moore and Nicholas Galitzine in Starz’s Juicy Period Soap

The dramatic miniseries chronicles the rise of a charismatic young man and his scheming mother during the reign of King James VI and I in early 17th century Britain.

‘Renegade Nell’ Review: Sally Wainwright’s Disney+ Series Strands a Commanding Star in a Thinly Conceived World

After being framed for murder, an 18th-century Englishwoman with supernatural powers becomes an outlaw in this show from the creator of 'Happy Valley.'

‘We Were the Lucky Ones’ Review: Joey King and Logan Lerman in Hulu’s Stirring Holocaust Survival Drama

The series based on a novel by Georgia Hunter revolves around a Polish Jewish family scattered across the globe while trying to escape Nazi persecution in the 1940s.

‘Diarra From Detroit’ Review: BET+’s Mystery-Comedy Serves as a Sparkling Showcase for Creator-Star Diarra Kilpatrick

The series revolves around a schoolteacher who gets mixed up in a decades-old missing persons case after trying to track down a Tinder date who ghosted her.

‘X-Men ’97’ Review: Disney+’s Series Strikes a Winning Balance Between Fond Nostalgia and Fresh Pizzazz

Picking up where the 1990s Saturday morning cartoon left off, the animated show finds the mutant superheroes trying to move forward in the absence of Professor X.

‘Palm Royale’ Review: Kristen Wiig Leads Apple TV+’s Stylish and Starry but Substance-Challenged Satire

The comedy, co-starring Laura Dern, Allison Janney and Ricky Martin, centers on a former pageant queen who tries to break into the upper echelons of high society in late 1960s Florida.

‘Doin’ It’ Review: Lilly Singh’s High-School Sex-Ed Comedy Gets an Incomplete

A 30something gets a job teaching sex ed to high schoolers despite the fact that she's still a virgin in this film co-written by Singh directed by Sarah Zandieh.

‘A Nice Indian Boy’ Review: Karan Soni and Jonathan Groff in a Winning Gay Rom-Com

After getting engaged to a white photographer raised by Indian parents, an Indian American doctor faces the challenge of introducing him to his traditional family.