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“Faking It” provides a funny, relatively new series that’s defiant in its breaking of stereotypes.

Raise your hand if you have ever been personally victimized by the time warp of Netflix.

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Despite being sporadically funny, “Donny!” falters as an uninspired comedy that relies mostly on tasteless jokes about the media and celebrity culture.

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The episode features the writers reverting to their worst tendencies.

What’s especially ironic is that the very show that put the spotlight on the Giudices during their grapple with their legal issues, is now the primary media source redeeming them from their negative public image.

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The archetype of a young person finding his or her way in the world is a familiar one. We’ve seen this character in countless coming-of-age television shows, movies and novels.

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The new Star Trek and Jon Stewart shows will allow each service to establish itself as an original content provider, though each will face stiff challenges in the process.

I have to bite my tongue sometimes and remind myself I’m not the PC police, but at other times I simply can’t help myself.

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The ballet, in a fashion, can be looked at like premium-cable, itself: an environment in which the wealthy and powerful indulge their baser instincts under the guise of sophisticated cultural engagement.

Over the past four years, O’Neill, a 19-year-old from the Sunshine Coast of Australia, has become a social media celebrity — followed by half a million on Instagram, nearly 250,000 on her YouTube channel.

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