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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 Completely Made-Up Adventures of Dick Turpin’ Review: Noel Fielding in Thin but Enjoyably Silly Apple TV+ Comedy

The Brit funnyman stars as an 18th century highwayman who builds a reputation for panache while trying to escape the clutches of a corrupt thieftaker, played by Hugh Bonneville.

‘The Gentlemen’ Review: Theo James Stars in a Guy Ritchie Netflix Series That Diverts but Never Dazzles

A spinoff of Ritchie's 2019 movie, the show centers on an aristocrat who inherits his late father's estate — and with it, his late father's involvement in a marijuana business.

Critics’ Conversation: Winter TV’s Wicked Games

THR’s TV critics weigh in on a conspicuously murderous past few months of small-screen offerings, with a wide range of whodunits dominating the landscape — and a few refreshing exceptions to the rule (thank you, Max’s Sort Of!).

‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Review: Netflix’s Live-Action Remake Is a Major Letdown

The streamer's take on the beloved animated series centers on a young boy tasked with saving the world by mastering all four elements: earth, air, water and fire.

‘Constellation’ Review: Noomi Rapace in an Apple TV+ Sci-Fi Mystery That Starts With a Bang, Ends With a Whimper

The series centers on an astronaut who survives a space-station accident, only to discover upon her return to Earth that her life is not as she remembered it.

‘The New Look’ Review: Juliette Binoche and Ben Mendelsohn Play Coco Chanel and Christian Dior in Sumptuous Apple TV+ Series

The fashion heavyweights cut contrasting journeys through Nazi-occupied Paris and postwar Europe in the drama from Todd A. Kessler ('Damages').

‘One Day’ Review: Netflix’s Appealingly Acted British Romance Overstays Its Welcome

A chance encounter on the last day of university sparks a decades-long bond between two classmates (Ambika Mod and Leo Woodall) in an adaptation of David Nicholls' bestselling novel.

‘Mr. & Mrs. Smith’ Review: Donald Glover and Maya Erskine Lack the Romantic Fizz to Lift Amazon’s Spy Caper

Two espionage agents are assigned to work together posing as a married couple in a reboot of the 2005 big-screen action comedy that paired Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

‘Expats’ Review: Nicole Kidman in Lulu Wang’s Rewardingly Messy Hong Kong-Set Amazon Series

Sarayu Blue and Ji-young Yoo co-star in the adaptation of Janice Y.K. Lee's novel about three American women in Hong Kong struggling to move on after a tragedy.

‘In the Know’ Review: Peacock’s Droll Stop-Motion NPR Send-Up From Mike Judge and Zach Woods

The comedy co-created by Brandon Gardner follows the stop-motion-animated staff of an NPR show as they interview live-action guests.

‘Didi’ Review: Sean Wang’s Winning and Well-Acted Asian American Coming-of-Age Drama

This semi-autobiographical directorial debut (featuring Joan Chen) follows a Taiwanese American boy over his last summer before high school in 2008 Northern California.

‘The Woman in the Wall’ Review: Ruth Wilson and Daryl McCormack Headline a Gripping Showtime Mystery Steeped in Irish Trauma

The thriller centers on a Magdalene laundry survivor who wakes up to discover a dead body in her house, and a detective investigating the murder of a beloved priest.