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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

‘Goosebumps’ Review: Disney+’s R.L. Stine Adaptation Overcomes Stumbles With Heart, Humor and Gore Galore

Five high-schoolers get pulled into a supernatural mystery involving the death of a local teen three decades earlier in a series based on the bestselling YA books.

‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour’ Review: A Sometimes Exhausting, Often Exhilarating, Always Impressively Immersive Screen Experience

The epic concert movie, which features more than three dozen songs, was filmed over three Los Angeles shows on the pop icon's record-breaking global tour.

‘Frasier’ Review: Kelsey Grammer Gets Stranded in Paramount+’s Pointless Revival

The reboot of the classic NBC sitcom follows the titular psychiatrist to Boston, where he takes a new job at Harvard and tries to reconnect with his firefighter son.

Critics’ Conversation: The Great TV Slowdown (Sorta)

THR TV critics survey a sparse, strike-struck landscape, finding solace in an under-the-radar anti-capitalist satire on Peacock and a sharp portrait of an aspiring Black British filmmaker.

‘Totally Killer’ Review: Kiernan Shipka in a Fun-Enough Time-Traveling ’80s Slasher Flick

Nahnatchka Khan directs Blumhouse's horror-comedy about a Gen Z teen who accidentally time-travels to the 1980s, where she tries to stop a serial killer's spree before it ever begins.

Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick the 50 Best TV Shows of the 21st Century (So Far)

Over the course of a few months, several Zoom meetings, lots of emails and countless Excel spreadsheets, three THR TV critics joined forces to hash out, and rank, what they consider the greatest shows since 2000.

‘Lessons in Chemistry’ Review: Brie Larson Serves Up Feminist Comfort Food in Apple TV+ Series

The Oscar winner stars with Lewis Pullman in an adaptation of Bonnie Garmus' bestselling novel about a scientist turned cooking show host battling the patriarchy in midcentury Los Angeles.

‘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.