Hidzir Junaini

‘A Time Called You’ review: a body swapping, time loopy romance

A grieving woman is transported back to 1998, where she wakes up in the body of a teen who's in love with someone that looks exactly like her dead fiance

‘D.P.’ season two review: a harrowing, hard-hitting sequel

This sophomore season digs deeper into the horrific culture of hazing, abuse and cover-ups in the South Korean military

‘Jujutsu Kaisen’ season 2 premiere review: a spellbinding, sorcerous return

‘Jujutsu Kaisen’ begins its long-awaited second season with a flashback arc exploring Gojo and Geto’s cursed history

‘Celebrity’ review: a scathing Instagram story about the vapidity of influencer culture

A humble girl navigates the scandalous world of social media celebrities when she becomes a popular influencer

‘King the Land’ review: check into this cute but cliched rom-com

A rich hotelier and his hardworking concierge get on each other’s nerves in this lighthearted workplace romantic comedy

‘Bloodhounds’ review: turn off your brain and enjoy the thrilling action scenes

Two rookie boxers team-up with a philanthropic billionaire to battle loan sharks during the COVID-19 pandemic

‘Tale of the Nine Tailed 1938’ review: a foxy, funny and campy delight

Our titular gumiho is sent back in time to vanquish more supernatural evil in this absurdly fun second season

‘Demon Slayer’ season 3 episode 3 recap: double trouble

**Spoilers for ‘A Sword from Over 300 Years Ago’ ahead**

‘Queenmaker’ review: a majestically Machiavellian political drama

A cutthroat corporate fixer helps a civil rights lawyer become the mayor of Seoul in this riveting K-drama

‘Demon Slayer’ season 3 episode 2 recap: Tanjiro versus robot

**Spoilers for ‘Yoriichi Type Zero’ ahead**