“Insecure” proves that issues concerning the Black community, specifically Black women, can still be just as thought-provoking when told through a comedic lens.
Through the stream-of-consciousness cesspool of Twitter to the free-flowing platform of Facebook, social media users are given greater access to information and thus greater agency to discuss, share and boast about their political views.
Beneath its glossy, somewhat clichéd exterior, “No Tomorrow” showcases great writing and performances, as well as some unexpected twists along the way.
Since mid-September, Knight and Kerman have been touring together on a 14-stop joint stand-up expedition across the Midwest and along the East Coast, titled “The Hennessy x Tickles Tour.”
The conversations between these characters may seem somewhat intriguing on paper, but seeing them play out is exhausting and dull to watch.
Based on my observations, I find that finstas allows us to embrace our flaws, while regular Instagram allows us to hide them and thirst traps to repress them excessively.
“The Good Place” pulls no punches in establishing an amiable yet thought-provoking idea of the world to come.
It’s a shame the first season of “Fleabag” is only a slim six episodes, but its brevity might also be its saving grace.
Is anything even original anymore?
If there’s anyone in pop culture with an idiosyncratic personality and perspective on life, it’s Donald Glover.