TV

Pam and Tommy

‘Pam & Tommy’ is as Humanizing as It is Entertaining

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Hulu’s series about the celebrity sex tape scandal that rocked the ’90s mostly forgoes salaciousness in favor of empathy for the couple at its core.

The Book Of Boba Fett Chapter

‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Takes a Step Backward Before Its Showdown

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The Chapter 5 sidequest brings an old friend back into the fold, and it’s as satisfying as it is frustrating.

Euphoria Season 2 Episode 3 Sydney Sweeney

The Fantastical Style of ‘Euphoria’ Captures the Realities of Modern Teendom

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In its new season, ‘Euphoria’ boosts its stylishness in order to hack into the mind of a teenager.

Golden Girls Sick And Tired

What the ‘Golden Girls’ Chronic Illness Episode Means to Me

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Dorothy’s traumatic and frustrating journey through the medical system hits close to home for people who live with chronic illnesses, like our TV critic Valerie Ettenhofer.

We Need To Talk About Cosby

‘We Need to Talk About Cosby’ Reckons with the Two Bill Cosbys

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This Showtime docuseries from W. Kamau Bell is an invitation to discuss a painful betrayal beyond its headlines and tweets.

Cynthia Erivo In Harriet

Cynthia Erivo Takes Center Stage

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Her early years in Hollywood are filled with high notes, and we’re ready for more.

The Gilded Age

‘The Gilded Age’ is a Lavish, Engrossing Period Drama

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The latest drama from ‘Downton Abbey’ creator Julian Fellowes is a sprawling, engaging look into late-1800s New York society life.

Non-Binary Pop Culture 2021

In 2021, Pop Culture Went Beyond The Binary

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Last year saw more on-screen projects from non-binary and gender non-conforming creators than ever before.