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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
In an age when television content is over-saturated, a common viewing experience is almost as mythical as Khaleesi and her Dragons
Whenever something big happens today, I’ve come to expect there to be a “South Park” episode dedicated to ripping it apart with jokes.
The 69th Annual Emmys are this Sunday night at 8 p.m. — so, as the experts on all things television, we at the Daily felt the need to make our predictions on this stacked roster of innovative, influential shows.
'Twin Peaks: The Return' may not have been the series audiences anticipated, but it is the series that delivered an appropriate, creatively rich conclusion.
Already a quality series, the sharp third installment of 'Narcos' continues the show’s run of success.
But without the ability to provide us with true endings, more and more movies and TV shows are failing to provide us with true meanings.
Capping off the show’s seventh season masterfully, “The Dragon and the Wolf” redeems some of the series's earlier season missteps and reminds audiences of the show's status as television royalty.
Outside of its entertainment value, “Ballers” provides audiences with an effective number of hilarious scenes.
Overall, the opening two episodes for the seventh season harkens back to the beginning of the series, completing the narrative circle.
The success of any “Silicon Valley” episode has always started and ended with its characters.