TV

Maybe it’s better to think of “13 Reasons Why” not as a story about suicide, but a story about bullying.

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College sports has transformed into a money-making body that allows university football coaches to be the highest paid state employees, while the athletes under their tutelage aren’t even allowed to see a dime.

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The framework of the comedy is glaringly obvious: Watch this successful woman try and fail to face her childhood trauma, conveniently delivered in the form of a hot man with kids!

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There’s always been a certain poetry to the Forrest’s travails, and “Review” wraps up its run with a fitting ending.

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Immediately upon watching “Nobodies,” the show’s deficiencies are evident.

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To see these highly respected directors become grounded by the war is as gripping as it is troubling.

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All points aside, the 400th episode is a true reflection of what 'Dancing with the Stars' is all about.

It’s worth thinking about how the media we sometimes mindlessly consume affects our engagement with the concept of pregnancy.

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'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' also works as a clever social commentary with feminist undertones.

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There’s no better feeling than watching a well-executed pilot. It’s invigorating knowing that there’s a new show with endless possibilities — like there’s a vast world just waiting to be explored.

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