Some review comments...
- This television show is a complete abomination.
- The show is beautiful story telling and incredible acting.
- This got to be one of the most boring series ever presented on a streaming service. Who at Amazon thought that a seven episode series with nothing but actors delivering monologues was a great idea?
- Solos was a beautiful series. Every episode was captivating, and at the same time sad too. The way it all came together at the end was amazing.
- Oh wow!! I’m only on episode 2 and I am so moved. Great cast, great stories. Time travel and real feelings about life.
- If you are looking for action this will not be enjoyable to you. These are character driven stories by actors who make you care.
- Cried every episode.
- Alan Bennett meets sci fi.
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Fresh Off the Boat: Fresh Off the RV Season 5, Ep 1
Honey and Marvin celebrate the birth of their baby. In other events Jessica's book is finally released, and she's optimistically looking forward to a book store reading. Louis buys an RV from Lakers great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Meanwhile, Emery and Evan worry about Eddie, after Nicole reveals she will be going away to NYC for college.
Rachel Chu is happy to accompany her longtime boyfriend, Nick, to his best friend's wedding in Singapore. She's also surprised to learn that Nick's family is extremely wealthy and he's considered one of the country's most eligible bachelors. Thrust into the spotlight, Rachel must now contend with jealous socialites, quirky relatives and something far, far worse -- Nick's disapproving mother.
Fresh Off the Boat: Year Of The Rat Season 2, Ep 11
The Huangs are getting everything in order to celebrate Chinese New Year with their family in Washington, D.C. But a mix-up with their plane tickets forces them to spend the holiday in Orlando. Scrambling to find other Asians to celebrate with, they stumble upon the Asian-American Association of Orlando, which is hosting their own interpretation of a Chinese New Year celebration.