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House Of The Dragon Review

‘House of the Dragon’ Makes Westeros Feel New Again

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House of the Dragon brings new chapter of George R.R. Martin’s Westeros tale to life, and so far succeeds thanks to a talented cast and some intriguing change-ups in tone and focus.

She-Hulk Review

‘She-Hulk’ is the Most Comic Book Entry in the MCU So Far

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The new Disney+ series presents superheroes as everyday fixtures, and their blah-ness creates a new excitement in the MCU.

A League Of Their Own Prime Video

‘A League of Their Own’ Isn’t A Home Run, But Is Still A Winner

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Broad City star Abbi Jacobson puts a queer, romantic spin on a 90s favorite with Prime Video’s A League of Their Own.

The Bear Carmy

How ‘The Bear’ Compounds Conflict Without Feeling Confusing

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You know what they say: if you can’t handle the heat, get out of the kitchen.

The Sandman Season Review

‘The Sandman’ is a Comic Book Dream Finally Fulfilled

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Netflix’s take on Neil Gaiman’s epic fantasy about fallen lord Dream of the Endless has finally arrived, with an entertaining adaptation that doesn’t sacrifice the vision of the original.

Paper Girls Interview

The Anti-Nostalgia of ‘Paper Girls’

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We interview the cast and crew of Paper Girls and discuss how the series challenges cookie-cutter nostalgia entertainment.

The Resort Peacock

Genre-Bending Mystery ‘The Resort’ Thrives on Cast Charisma

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Cristin Milioti and William Jackson Harper star in The Resort, Peacock’s existential mystery-comedy series from the writer of Palm Springs and the creator of Mr. Robot.

Comic Con Musical Anatomy Of Superhero

Comic-Con Dissects the Musical Anatomy of a Superhero

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We attended the 8th Annual Anatomy of a Super Hero Panel and uncovered the multiple pains and stresses facing many modern film composers.

Uncoupled Netflix

Neil Patrick Harris-Led ‘Uncoupled’ is Unlikeable

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The latest series from Sex and the City creator Darren Star follows a New York real estate agent (Neil Patrick Harris) after a bad breakup.