TV

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'Finding Escobar’s Millions' is a gripping account of a very real story about a man that has captured the imagination of TV viewers around the world.

What set this show apart from the drawl that had left me unfulfilled was that there was no rhyme or reason, just spontaneous, unpredictable chaos unfurling before me on screen.

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To be clear, 'trash TV' isn’t just bad TV that gets good ratings (looking at you, 'The Big Bang Theory'). It’s the type of 'so-bad-it’s-good' show that breeds its own intense, devoted fandom, whose presence becomes so powerful that it develops into a cult following. People watch trash TV not just because it is so ineffably entertaining, but also because it inadvertently forms its own community.

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If a television show wants to remain beloved, the people involved in making it should be ensuring their viewers that they care about them and are willing to fight for them.

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The Michigan Daily spoke with McBride and David Gordon Green, a frequent director on the show and an executive producer.

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It may have been 90 degrees outside, but I didn’t care — in my mind I was constantly cooling off in the shimmering waters of Lake 'Ozark.'

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We have these characters not for the adults that analyze and create them, but for the kids watching, struggling with their identity, to tell them that what they’re feeling is okay.

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For a show famous for its unnerving, jaw dropping, goosebump-worthy endings, it simply didn’t deliver.

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I wish I could say the creators should quit while they’re ahead, but that chance already came and went.

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You know when the ticket person at the movie theater says 'enjoy the movie' and you respond with 'thanks, you too?'

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