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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 Irrational’ Review: Jesse L. Martin Brings Magnetism to Humdrum NBC Crime Series

The actor stars in NBC's new procedural as a psychology professor who uses his expert understanding of human behavior to help the FBI crack cases — and to unlock a mystery from his own painful past.

‘Still Up’ Review: Apple TV+ Rom-Com Is a Lesson in Lack of Chemistry

The series stars Antonia Thomas and Craig Roberts as two insomniacs who spend their evenings talking on the phone.

‘American Horror Story: Delicate’ Review: Season Starring Kim Kardashian and Emma Roberts Gets off to a Strangely Subdued Start

The latest season of the anthology — and the first not to have Ryan Murphy as showrunner — centers on an actress beset by unsettling events while trying to conceive via IVF.

‘The Continental: From the World of John Wick’ Review: Mel Gibson Sours an Otherwise Serviceable Spinoff

The star plays the villain in a prequel spinoff chronicling the rise of Winston Scott (Colin Woodell), future hotelier to elite assassins, through the criminal underground of 1970s New York.

‘Widow Clicquot’ Review: Haley Bennett in Champagne Biopic with More Personal Than Professional Fizz

Tom Sturridge also stars in Thomas Napper's drama about the woman behind world-famous bubbly brand Veuve Clicquot.

‘The Critic’ Review: A Ferocious Ian McKellen Is Let Down by a Script Favoring Histrionics Over Depth

Gemma Arterton and Mark Strong also star in Anand Tucker's thriller, scripted by Patrick Marber, about a writer who teams up with an actress on a blackmail plot against a newspaper editor in 1930s London.

‘The Other Black Girl’ Review: Hulu’s Wildly Entertaining Satirical Look at the Publishing World

The adaptation of Zakiya Dalila Harris' novel follows an aspiring editor who's thrilled to no longer be the only Black woman at work after a new co-worker arrives — until odd things begin to occur.

‘Dreaming Whilst Black’ Review: Showtime’s Sharp and Winning British Showbiz Comedy

The series centers on an aspiring filmmaker (Adjani Salmon) trying to make it in a notoriously difficult industry while navigating issues of race, class, family and romance.

‘Backspot’ Review: Devery Jacobs and Evan Rachel Wood in a Perceptive Queer Cheerleading Drama

The 'Reservation Dogs' star plays a cheerleader who feels pressured to be perfect when she and her girlfriend join an elite squad led by a strict coach.

‘Unicorns’ Review: Ben Hardy and Jason Patel in a Touching Queer Romance

A straight white single dad (Hardy) and a British Indian drag queen (Patel) strike up an unexpected relationship in Sally El Hosaini and James Krishna Floyd's London-set drama.

‘Gonzo Girl’ Review: Willem Dafoe and Camila Morrone Play a Writer and His Acolyte in Patricia Arquette’s Uneven Directorial Debut

The Oscar winner's first feature as helmer centers on the dynamic between a Hunter S. Thompson-like scribe and his new personal assistant.

‘One Piece’ Review: Netflix’s Live-Action Manga Adaptation Is a Delight

The series centers on a young, superpowered pirate captain who dreams of finding the ultimate treasure.