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If there is one show that makes me feel like I’m underachieving in life, it’s “MasterChef Junior.”

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“SNL” provides a platform for candidates to openly address personal criticisms they often shy away from in the political realm. In Clinton’s latest sketch, she addressed criticisms that she is not very personal and retorted allegations that she waited too long to support key issues.

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The show strikes a chord when you’re feeling particularly screwed over by men, but it won’t hold your attention for long in comparison to other more compelling content online.

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While its Halloween episode isn’t as sharp or pointed in its social commentary as the season premiere (which tackled the use of the n-word), it does use the holiday to discuss heavier family relationships.

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Humanizing a psychotic murderer is one thing, but profiling him in a way intended to shift the blame onto women is wrong and completely absurd.

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“Ash vs. Evil Dead” feels like an anomaly, a show so unabashedly old-school in its sensibilities, yet so interesting in its potential.

Now that it’s November, it seems like the right time to take a step back and reflect on the highs and lows of this season’s network ratings.

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As the landscape of the hospital changes, season 12 features a leading team of mostly female department heads.

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Filmed in 2013 and premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, “How to Dance in Ohio” gives more than a simple depiction of people with autism.

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“The Flash” and “Arrow” can be helpful tools in understanding when expositional setup works and when it feels like nothing more than table-setting.