An HBO documentary in which activist Gloria Steinem recounts her personal and political journey, dating back to an era where, she says, "There was no word for 'sexual harassment.'"
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An engrossing if slow-grinding mystery/soap that doesn't pack enough thrills to earn its "thriller" designation but which proves addictive nevertheless.
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Two series hardly constitute a pattern, but Lifetime's latest original dramas both sip from the same tepid pool: A female detective, balancing work and family.
Other than issuing the guttural battle cry "ThunderCats -- Ho!" without a hint of double entendre, odds are few remember much from this 1980s children's artifact.
As so often happens with reality shows, "Same Name" is a cute idea lacking the heft to sustain its premise.