This 'Riverdale' sister series never quite reached the wacky creative heights of its counterpart, but it comes close with an ambitious final season.
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From new features by beloved directors to under-the-radar indies and thought-provoking documentaries.
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Here are the shows that made us laugh and moved us during the spectacular trainwreck that was 2020.
Rue gets real with her NA sponsor in one of the darkest holiday specials we've ever seen.
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With the introduction of Princess Diana, the popular Netflix series becomes a fully realized tragedy.
This inconsistent limited series carefully explores the fallout of a teacher-student relationship.
Season 5's "The Other Woman" offers a pivotal moment of character development for Joan, one that's deeply rooted in the gender dynamics of the era.
Sometimes parenthood seems more like a nightmare than a dream come true.