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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
“Love” maintains its spot as an underrated, compelling study of romantic relationships.
“Tickled” introduces itself as a documentary that takes a look at the bizarre sport of competitive tickling. However, by its end, it shows itself to be so much more than that.
“When We Rise,” ABC’s four night TV special, begins in the ‘70s to tell the story of a few individuals who were fighting for these rights, which did not end with the right to a marriage certificate.
With the new series, Robert and Michelle King’s writing feels reinvigorated and fresh as they somehow make old characters more compelling than before.
The series’ lazy production value extends to nearly every aspect of the show, begging the question as to why NBC elected to market it so heavily and with such high expectations.
The Michigan Daily’s TV Editors found yet another excuse to rave about the series.
Fans can expect “Timeless” to be in for the long-haul.
For Holmes, he decided it was a show as soon as the premise started to present itself as something episodic.
I fucking love watching other people’s food. Other people making it, other people eating it, Gordon Ramsay throwing it across the kitchen — whatever I’m watching, I’m here for it.
There is a haunting presence of “Law & Order” that holds “Doubt” back.