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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
What’s most frustrating is the general lack of interest in exploring more captivating material.
It’s a shame the first season of “Fleabag” is only a slim six episodes, but its brevity might also be its saving grace.
Perhaps it’s because the series runs on a time limit of twenty-odd minutes as a sitcom
The series arrives with clear prestige ambitions and star power.
“Better Things” delivers its honest comedy with the same nuance that presents itself in real-life everyday challenges.
If there’s anyone in pop culture with an idiosyncratic personality and perspective on life, it’s Donald Glover.
While comedy is often used to take a break from the sadness, the series employs a beautiful artistry in its treatment of tragedy.
Few series depict the often mundane, boring reality of feeling like shit.
What’s to stop me from taking a break between episodes?
HBO finds itself in a precarious position for the first time in several years.