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TV for the Common Folks: 2018 Best in Network TV
January 1, 2019 | TV Features
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A David Among Goliaths
December 30, 2018 | TV Features
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The Best of 2018 List – TV Edition
December 30, 2018 | TV Features
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Hulu’s July Round-Up
July 16, 2018 | TV Features
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2018 Emmy Nominations Offer a Strange Mix of Nominees
July 12, 2018 | TV Features

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What TV to Binge This Summer

Summer is winding down, and there isn’t a whole lot to watch on TV. Sure, there’s Game of Thrones. And there’s Twin Peaks. But other than that, it’s slim pickings. So, it’s the perfect time to sit down and binge a show you might have missed out on this year (and, considering how insane the […]

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13 Candidates to Play the Thirteenth Doctor

Doctor Who fans the world over know that Peter Capaldi’s time as The Doctor is coming to end and, as fans of the show saw in the season finale “The Doctor Falls”, the Twelfth Doctor is resisting the regeneration process. Many actors have been linked to taking over the role and the BBC are set to announcethe actor or […]

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The Trouble with the 2017 Emmy Nominations

There will never be a perfect set of Emmy nominations that will please everyone. There will always be a beloved show or star left out of the running. And there will always be a show or star that sneaks in with little or no valid reason, most likely because voters recognized a celebrity’s name or […]

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Game of Thrones Refresher: Where We Left Westeros

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, you know that Game of Thrones‘s seven-episode seventh season premieres this Sunday, July 16 on HBO. And, if you haven’t had a chance to re-watch season six in preparation, here’s a handy refresher to remind you where the remaining Westerosi power players ended […]

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10 Actresses Who Could Play the Thirteenth Doctor’s Companion

Series 10 of Doctor Who has come to end, and with it, Pearl Mackie’s single season as Bill Potts. Following the Christmas Special, Chris Chibnall will replace Steven Moffat as the Doctor Who showrunner, and Peter Capaldi will be leaving the role of the iconic Time Lord. It is clear that a new season is going to be a clean break […]

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Ruminations on Better Call Saul’s Chuck McGill

Warning: This review will contain spoilers for the third season of Better Call Saul, including the season finale. I hated Chuck McGill. He was that guy who was so hung up on how the world saw him that he almost always failed to recognize the damage he was doing to those he claimed to care […]

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The Art of Adaption: Handmaid’s Tale and American Gods

The Spring television slate was an embarrassment of riches, with a number of excellent dramas (and a comedy, in the form of Amazon’s great Catastrophe) hitting the airwaves. We were blessed with wonderful performances from Carrie Coon twice a week (in HBO’s The Leftovers, which you should watch, and FX’s Fargo, which still has one […]

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10 Potential Game of Thrones Spin-offs

There is no denying Game of Thrones is one of the best fantasy properties out there, and since HBO adapted the novels, the series has gone beyond its genre niche and now is a pop culture phenomenon. The events of the show span two continents and focus on numerous families as they vie for power and survival. Yet, the […]

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The Leftovers: The Best Show on TV You (Probably) Didn’t Watch

This past Sunday, the best show currently on television aired its final episode. You can be forgiven for not knowing exactly which show I’m referring to, considering the glut of great television currently on the air. Starz’s trippy new Neil Gaiman adaptation American Gods also calls Sunday night home. And, of course, Twin Peaks, raised […]

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Wonder Woman (2011 Pilot): A Look Back At What Went Wrong

Wonder Woman hits theaters today and advance reviews of the Gal Gadot-helmed film have been universally rapturous. Strangely, 2017 marks the first time in the character’s 76-year history that she’s had a Hollywood film to call her own. Wonder Woman’s fortunes on the small screen have been relatively better. Of course, there was Lynda Carter’s […]

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