TV/New Media

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A recent report from the Los Angeles Times found that in 2019, over 30 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association we

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In many ways, Superman is both the easiest and hardest hero to write. It’s easy because everyone knows how he is supposed to act: strong, charismatic, pure of heart — a person who embodies true American values.

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“Can you smell what The Rock is cooking?” That is the famous slogan that would blare through the television during The Rock’s entrance of World Wrestling Entertainment’s Thursday night SmackDown show.

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For anyone who has ever purposefully attempted to lucid dream, “Behind Her Eyes” may deter you from ever doing so again.

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It’s no secret that FOX has been, for better or worse, one of the most influential producers of animated television. From “The Simpsons” to “American Dad!” to “Family Guy,” the studio has been carving the landscape of adult animation for generations.

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“Saturday Night Live’s” longest-tenured actor of all time has starred in and executive produced the pilot episode of his very own show, “Kenan.” 

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“The Crew” has a simple enough premise. The comedy focuses on the struggles of a failing NASCAR team after their old boss quits and hands over the reins to his intelligent but abrasive daughter.

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Distrust of the American justice system is not uncommon today.

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It’s hard to think about the funeral industry. Even the term “industry” just sounds so wrong: the business of death.

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One of the worst parts of traveling someplace new is the fear of booking a stay at an eerie hotel. Netflix’s new docuseries “Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel” will make you want to do a quick Google search before reserving a room at any hotel.