Are you slowly losing sight of all horizontal and vertical series on Netflix, Amazon, Sky and on free TV? Or are you just looking for good TV, maybe even want to do well-groomed binge-watching? In our column "Hildegard von Binge" We discuss most interesting restarts of month."Dietary"
If Amy Schumer (I feel Pretty) and Margaret Atwood ( maid's report) put ir feminist ideas into a common series, n something like dietary might come out. The black humorous US series, which is based on novel by Sarai Walker, deals with American diet industry, rape culture, feminist power struggles and a 136 kilo-heavy writer named Plum (Joy Nash) who is in a secret Network of feminists. At same time, a guerrilla group called Jennifer begins to lead feminist philosophy to extremes by killing men who mistreat women.Joy Nash as Alicia in "Diet" © AMC Networks
Dietary is like a feminist version of Fight Club. Although story is politically charged in times of MeToo, dry humor and imaginative animations of series lend a playful tone. With series creator Marti Noxon (Buffy, Unreal) and an excellent leading actress – judging by two-hour pilot episode – The signs are good for an intelligent and entertaining feminine empowerment fantasy. (Marietta Rock)
Read here detailed review of "dietary".
The first season of "dietary" runs from June 5th on Amazon Prime.
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