With an approach that is sensitive, timely and thoroughly researched, “American Epic” highlights this country’s music, a layered and intersectional national experience that has defined this country’s character since the beginning.
The success of this most recent “House of Cards” season is largely a result of its continued reliance on a talented and diverse cast.
While die-hard fans may struggle adjusting to the disparities, the limited release is ambitious, looking beyond the confines of its legacy and into the plight of FBI Agent Dale Cooper.
Luckily, as the cultural climate has shifted, people are able to discuss their experiences more openly, and that is exactly what Chris Gethard does in “Career Suicide.”
The boys are such nincompoops that they dilute everything to its very essence, and by watching I am able to take part.
The show strikes an effective balance among its different storylines.
While somewhat repetitive, the show’s gags continue to produce laughs, and Archer remains as cynical and hilarious as ever.
While television does afford some advantages, it can’t hide the deficiencies inherent in the structure of the show.
The framework of the comedy is glaringly obvious: Watch this successful woman try and fail to face her childhood trauma, conveniently delivered in the form of a hot man with kids!
Immediately upon watching “Nobodies,” the show’s deficiencies are evident.