Netflix’s Snack vs. Chef borrows from Fast Foodies, asking chefs to recreate processed food, and then transform it into something new.
Netflix’s Pepsi, Where’s My Jet? is a super-fun romp through a moment in the 1990s, soaked in sugary pop culture while offering something very different than Netflix’s usual true-crime docs.
A review of Netflix’s Drink Masters, a mixology competition that’s more culinary competition than bartender test, and comes from the producers of Blown Away and A Cut Above.
28 Days Haunted? More like 28 Days Hokey! Netflix’s paranormal reality TV show is so dumb that it made me LOL several times.
That full-sized, state-of-the-art, specially-created, spirit-infused Easy-Bake Oven on Netflix’s Easy-Bake Battle? It’s—and I bet you never saw this coming—just a crummy oven.
On Squid Game: The Challenge, 456 players will compete for $4.56 million, and probably won’t be killed. If you trust the rich corporation that’s putting this together.
Netflix’s ridiculous reality competition series Floor is Lava seasons two and three improve upon the season-one ridiculousness with an improved format and less repetitiveness.