Girls5eva

Loaded with talent in front of and behind the cameras, this throwback musical comedy is wacky, mindless fun with a satirical edge. And there are only eight episodes, so it’s hardly a serious commitment.

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Infinity Train

Don’t let the animated format put you off of this thoughtful series full of imaginative designs and compelling, layered characters. It finds the sweet spot between mature themes and lighter, more whimsical fare.

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WandaVision

It’s great to see Disney and Marvel taking a chance with an original series that makes the most of the television medium. Although, considering the popularity of the Avengers movies and the talented cast involved, it was a pretty safe bet.

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Ted Lasso

It’s so refreshing to have a legitimately good hero leading a series for a change, no “anti-” modifier necessary. The show works because of the main character, but there’s also a fun and uplifting story to carry the viewer along.

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