The Marvel Cinematic Universe is one for the ages. A complex universe, engaging all walks of life from all backgrounds.
So why do I hate it?
Ross has the reputation of being the most hated character, and for good reason. Ross sucks. He's toxic, abusive, possessive, jealous beyond reason, and non communicative.
A show I started because I was bored and I thought, "why the hell not?"
What I got was an incredible show, full of humour, characters that are three dimensional, and excellent twists.
The phrase, "we were on a break" is objectively iconic. Everyone knows what it's referring to even if they've never seen Friends.
A piss take on "The Real Housewives", "The Real Bros" centres around a group of friends who live in, you guessed it, Simi Valley, California. These friends are like teenagers, (even though they haven't been teenagers for a long time) and the show is about them learning to grow up - dealing with jobs, college, debt, marriage, babies and dramaaaah.
If you're anything like me, Netflix has recommended this to you non stop. They see me watching trashy teen dramas and they know I eat that shit up. But "Never Have I Ever" feels different. Better. Higher quality. Higher stakes. Deeper than Riverdale and more realistic than Gossip Girl.