Inkoo Kang

TV critic for the Hollywood Reporter

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“Bling Empire” (Netflix) and “House of Ho” (HBO Max) both follow lavish parties, vacations, drama and petty behavior.

Asian reality TV: What do ‘Bling Empire’ and ‘House of Ho’ mean for representation?

“Bling Empire” (Netflix) and “House of Ho” (HBO Max) both follow lavish parties, vacations, drama and petty behavior.

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Angelina Jolie and Family Guy’s Seth MacFarlane are front and center this week’s Friday film roundup. We talk Maleficent, A Million Ways to Die in the West, and more.

Maleficent and Ways to Die in the West

Angelina Jolie and Family Guy’s Seth MacFarlane are front and center this week’s Friday film roundup. We talk Maleficent, A Million Ways to Die in the West, and more.

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