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NOSELL

The show has the opportunity not only to reunite people through concentrated acts of communication, but also to confront the social consequences of our very digital culture.

NOSELL

So much has been written, conjectured and analyzed about the Hall of Famer, the new 30 for 30 “Rodman: For Better or Worse,” narrated by Jamie Foxx, provides a valuable and sympathetic look at how he became the man behind the myth.

'Undone'

While it feels like a bad (but inexplicably good) trip, “Undone” never fails to ground itself in reality and real-life existentialism.

NOSELL

Nevertheless, this was a story that had to be told, and despite its medium, the world has taken a step toward justice with documentaries that seek to expose the truth.

NOSELL

Ultimately, “Wu-Tang: An American Saga” is less about the music of the Wu-Tang Clan and more of a step back from the legend, letting the world know just how difficult and impressive the group’s meteoric rise was in every aspect, from financial to logistical to personal.

Anthony Jeselnik

Jeselnik delivers most of his jokes with the same even-paced, slightly-mocking voice. Often, the punchline is his knack for making genuine questions sound completely disingenuous.

"Archer"

So, the final question: should we determine people as good or bad based on their actions, or is it important to recognize the context from which these actions developed?

Kirsten Dunst in 'On Becoming a God in Central Florida'

“On Becoming a God in Central Florida”’s pilot is a promising springboard into future explorations of capitalism and the rehabilitating effects of MLM companies. Oh, and maybe a Kirsten Dunst performance of a lifetime.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

I could fill pages with what the best quips are, the best missed jokes or most underappreciated character, but there is one aspect of the show that solidifies its title as best comedy, that carries the weight of “Veep” on their skirt suit-clad back. I mean, of course, the venomous Selina Meyer — commonly known as Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

"Good Eats"

Twenty years later for “Good Eats: The Return,” the recipe clearly hasn’t changed, but that doesn’t make it any less enjoyable.