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“Black Lightning” is not just your typical superhero story highlighting a young, suave renegade, fictionally fighting to save the girl, defeating the evil villain or starring in crossovers with other superheroes.

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The show is less of a criminal investigation and more of a deep, powerful drama.

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Originally, I had no opposition to “Game of Thrones.” If anything, it just didn’t seem like my type of show. It didn’t bother me at first. It was just irrelevant.

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I think you have to be a social media fiend and sometimes a self-doubting millennial yourself to truly understand and appreciate the comedy.

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The music used in these dark comedies illuminates the humanity of the ostensibly irredeemable protagonists, each of whom are, coincidentally, guilty.

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Yet unsurprisingly, the idyllic image of this young man is shattered by two gunshots — not in himself, but through the body of the young man he finds lying in the middle of the sidewalk. It’s this moment that distinguishes the life of kids on the Southside from nearly anywhere else in the world.

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I think that there is something in these angsty teens that most, if not all, young people today can identify with.

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The water-themed frat parties, the late-night pizza runs and, most importantly, the nagging realization that every decision you're faced with is now yours and yours alone to make are pivotal aspects of the freshman experience.

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Plenty of TV shows have mundane plots and fill the normality of the subject matter with humor. Yet, “LA to Vegas” failed.

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The most refreshing aspect of “Lovesick,” and especially with this season, is that the subject matter is so utterly real and unapologetically honest. Underneath all of its whip-smart dialogue and zany cringe comedy, there is such heart within each character and their relationships to one another.

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