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With a sleepy atmosphere and low-energy dialogue, the Netflix series, based on a graphic novel of the same name, offers a stark contrast to the fast-paced action films that usually characterize the comic book movie genre.

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The concept behind the YouTube series “Hot Ones” is simple: Take the typical celebrity interview and spice it up with some hot wings. The show is extremely well researched, insightful and genuine.

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Adapted from the hit podcast of the same name, Epix’s new docu-series “Slow Burn” — which details the people involved in the events of the Watergate Scandal — has joined the trend of podcast-turned-television shows, and it certainly will not be the last.

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On Aug. 12, 2017, a neo-Nazi drove a car into a crowd of counterprotestors at the Unite the Right rally. One woman was killed. On Aug.

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You know those shows that have a season-ending cliffhanger that makes you scream to yourself, “HOW IN THE WORLD AM I SUPPOSED TO WAIT FOUR MONTHS TO FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENS?” Well, it’s been years since the season seven finale of “Homeland” and somewhere along the way, I stopped caring. 

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Rob makes “Top Five” lists. Movies, villains, musical artists, heartbreaks. Rob has a Top Five for everything, and while looking straight into the camera, she’ll tell them all to you.

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“Briarpatch” opens on a 99-degree morning in San Bonifacio, Texas. A landlady, who is also a police detective, exits her apartment to inquire about the rent from a standoffish upstairs tenant.