Light as a Feather
Light as a Feather is American Drama TV series. Also known as Ligera como una pluma in Spain. It premiered on Oct 12, 2018, on Hulu. The series has 6.5 * rating by IMDb. Light as a Feather is set in USA.
How Many Seasons Of Light as a Feather Were Made: 2 (11 episodes)
|Season 2|| |
Season premieres on July 26, 2019
Hulu, 16 episodes
|Season 1|| |
Season premieres on October 12, 2018
Hulu, 10 episodes
Light as a Feather is on Hulu (United States) Fridays at 6 pm
Season 2 Episode 1 () - Air Date: Jul 26, 2019 (5 months ago)
For Better and Worse, Stephen Cone's Princess Cyd Is Light as a Feather - L.A. Weekly - by Laweekly
In one scene, Cyd tells Miranda matter-of-factly that, “If you had sex more, you probably wouldn’t want to eat all the time.” Cone allows Miranda a tame rebuttal monologue in which she espouses on the other pleasures of life — like reading — to set Cyd straight, but he undercuts that work by immediately diverting the story to a totally unrelated and artificial subplot, where Cyd and Miranda must go out into the night to rescue Cyd’s romantic interest, Katie (Malic White).
"Light as a Feather" falls from McGregor Memorial's ceiling - The South End - according to Thesouthend
“The material conglomeration of the installation speaks to the unfathomable numbers of lives lost, the magnitude of humiliation and pain endured in exile, and our silence, numbness, and inaction to counter the tides of loss and sorrow,” it adds.
'Light as a Feather' Creator on Tapping Into the 'High Drama' of High School for Hulu Thriller - via Thewrap
Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks produced this drama that follows the 101st Airborne through the European Theater in World War II. Intense, personal and powerful, the 10-part series tells the story of the war in a way that few other movies or series have captured.
Neal Justin's TV picks for Oct. 18: Paul Shaffer, Stanley Kubrick, 'Light as a Feather' - per Startribune
Horror comes in all shapes and sizes when a storyteller like Stanley Kubrick is at the helm. Take a sophisticated approach to Halloween with this stellar film festival dedicated to the director. The slate kicks off with “Dr. Strangelove,” followed by “Full Metal Jacket” and “A Clockwork Orange.” Alex (Malcolm McDowell) celebrating a rape with a rendition of “Singin’ in the Rain” is scarier than anything Michael Myers ever did.