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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

‘My Life With the Walter Boys’ Review: Netflix’s Teen Romantic Drama Is Harmless but Disposable

A teenage girl from New York City moves in with a Colorado ranch family of twelve — including several handsome sons — in an adaptation of the book by Ali Novak.

‘Family Switch’ Review: Jennifer Garner’s Netflix Body-Swap Comedy Is Ideal Holiday Background Filler

Garner and Ed Helms play parents who switch bodies with their teen children right before Christmas in the McG-directed movie.

‘Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé’ Review: A Privileged Peek Inside a Star’s Artistry and a Crowd’s Ecstasy

Written, directed and produced by the musician herself, the documentary combines concert footage from the Renaissance World Tour with behind-the-scenes glimpses at the making of the album and the show.

‘Faraway Downs’ Review: Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Australia’ Expansion Comes Up Short

The director's 2008 epic starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman becomes a six-part Hulu miniseries that incorporates previously cut footage and an alternate ending.

‘Squid Game: The Challenge’ Review: Netflix Cashes in, and It’s Not Pretty

The anti-capitalist South Korean hit drama gets a reality-competition spinoff in which 496 contestants participate in children's games for the chance to win $4.96 million.

‘Monarch: Legacy of Monsters’ Review: Kurt and Wyatt Russell Anchor Apple TV+’s Refreshingly Human-Scale Godzilla Series

The father and son share a role in the decades-spanning drama about a top-secret monster-hunting organization.

‘Beacon 23’ Review: Lena Headey and Stephan James in an MGM+ Sci-Fi Saga That Casts a Spell

The pair play strangers stranded together on a lonely outpost on the outskirts of the Milky Way in a series adapted from the book by Hugh Howey ('Silo').

‘The Buccaneers’ Review: Apple TV+’s Edith Wharton Adaptation Eventually Finds Its Spark

Inspired by the writer's final, unfinished novel, the series follows a tight-knit clique of wealthy young American women who head to London in search of titled husbands.

‘A Murder at the End of the World’ Review: Emma Corrin and Clive Owen Star in FX/Hulu’s Alluring Whodunit

A Gen Z hacker seeks the truth behind the death of a guest at an ultra-exclusive retreat hosted by a tech billionaire in the series created by Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij ('The OA').

‘Black Cake’ Review: Dramatic Friction Sorely Lacking in Hulu’s Tale of a Family’s Secrets and Strife

In an adaptation of the best-selling novel by Charmaine Wilkerson, two estranged siblings discover the truth about their mother's life story after her death.

‘Freelance’ Review: John Cena and Alison Brie Are Lost in the Would-Be Hijinks of a Drab Jungle Adventure

A former Green Beret hired to protect a journalist becomes involved in a coup against a South American dictator (Juan Pablo Raba) in an action comedy directed by Pierre Morel ('Taken').

‘Blue Eye Samurai’ Review: Maya Erskine in Netflix’s Gorgeously Violent Adult Animated Revenge Drama

A mysterious swordmaster cuts a path of revenge through 17th-century Japan in an adult animated series created by Amber Noizumi and Michael Green.