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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
Already a quality series, the sharp third installment of 'Narcos' continues the show’s run of success.
But here’s hoping that 'You’re the Worst' keeps being the best.
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.
If you don’t let the show’s rabid, pseudo-intellectual fanbase ruin it, finding something to love about “Rick and Morty” is easy.
But judging from its ambitious premise, “Room 104” feels like it’s saving up for better, more groundbreaking episodes.
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.
Luckily, “Glow”’s authentic portrayal of the ‘80s evokes the decade’s social and aesthetic atmosphere well enough that it’s neither too simplistic nor over-the-top.