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THE BEST TV SERIES OF 2021THE BEST TV SERIES OF 2021

The Best TV Series of 2021

The Best TV Series of 2021 is based on the TV series that we have reviewed on Power of Pop in 2021. As mentioned in our Best Films of 2021 piece, the quality and quantity of TV series has been rising in recent times – thanks to popularity of streaming platforms – and of course, the global pandemic compelling most people to stay indoors. Thus, overall, TV series were stronger than films in storytelling and characterisations.

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THE BEST FILMS OF 2021THE BEST FILMS OF 2021

The Best Films of 2021

The Best Films of 2021 is based on the films that we have reviewed on Power of Pop in 2021. Most of these films were watched online, as visits to the cinema were hampered by the damned pandemic. Truth be told, overall, TV series were stronger than films in storytelling and characterisations and we will get to that particular list in a later post.

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THE EXPANSE S06E01 (REVIEW)THE EXPANSE S06E01 (REVIEW)

The Expanse S06E01 Review

The Expanse S06E01 is the first episode of the sixth (and final?) season of an American science fiction television series developed by Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby, based on the series of novels of the same name by James S. A. Corey. Unlike previous seasons, there are only six episodes in this final season, which is a concern for all diehard fans of this beloved series.

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MALIGNANT (STORY ANALYSIS)MALIGNANT (STORY ANALYSIS)

Malignant (Story Analysis)

Malignant is a 2021 American horror film directed by James Wan from a screenplay by Akela Cooper, based on an original story by Wan, Ingrid Bisu, and Cooper. The film was released in the cinemas and on HBO Max in September 2021. Malignant is mainly a slasher movie, with faint unexplained paranormal tropes. 

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FOR ALL MANKIND S02E07 (REVIEW)FOR ALL MANKIND S02E07 (REVIEW)

For All Mankind S02E07

For All Mankind S02E07 is the seventh instalment of the 2nd season of a historical fantasy TV drama series streaming on Apple TV+. Created by Ronald D. Moore (Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, Outlander), For All Mankind reimagines the space race of the 60s/70s as an alternate reality where the Soviet Union put a man on the moon before the USA resulting in continued focus on space well into the 1980s.

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