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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
While “Modern Family”’s characters maintain some of television’s strongest and most enjoyable chemistry, the show’s own consistency could be its downfall if it continues its dogged dependence on formula.
There comes a turning point in almost every great TV show where the writers and creators have to decide what’s next for their characters.
Cartoons are often a childish, reductive medium.
It didn’t feel like anything else on television, and kept the light-hearted tone of Schur’s previous successes.
Not only does the “Outlander” premiere encompass the best of the series, but also the best of the reality of Claire and Jamie’s situations.
We need more revivals like this one. We need more artists who are willing to use brand recognition not just to make money, but also to promote new and exciting ideas and stories.
Womanhood, and the women that do not heed its traditional call, are leading this season of “Top of the Lake,” giving space for interplay across multiple dynamics.
In an age when television content is over-saturated, a common viewing experience is almost as mythical as Khaleesi and her Dragons
Do we really need more stories about Italian mobsters, sex and the ‘70s?
Whenever something big happens today, I’ve come to expect there to be a “South Park” episode dedicated to ripping it apart with jokes.