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Subtitles Are On the Rise (And Digital Technology is to Blame)

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“Sorry, I can’t hear anything without the subtitles on.”

Perry Mason HBO Season 2 Review

HBO’s ‘Perry Mason’ Is Back With Another Satisfying Slow-Burn Mystery

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In its second season, HBO’s stylish, steadily-paced show Perry Mason returns to take on a case with racism and conspiracy at its core.

Daisy Jones And The Six Review

‘Daisy Jones and the Six’ is a Try-Hard Musical Drama That Doesn’t Deliver On Its Own Hype

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Riley Keough headlines the new faux-roc doc, which delivers good performances and catchy music, but is also riddled with cliches and self-important framing.

The Mandalorian Chapter The Apostate Purrgil

Why The Hyperspace Whales Matter So Much in ‘The Mandalorian’

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‘The Mandalorian’ Chapter 17 asks us to consider the past and the future of the ‘Star Wars’ franchise.

Hello Tomorrow Review

Apple TV’s Retrofuturistic Show ‘Hello Tomorrow!’ Has Tons of Style But Limited Substance

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In the offbeat, retrofuturistic new Apple TV+ series, Billy Crudup plays a salesman trying to get everyday people to buy a piece of the moon.

Moon Girl And Devil Dinosaur Interview

Away from the MCU, ‘Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur’ Roars

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We chat with the cast and producers of ‘Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur’ and find a series that feels unlike anything in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Party Down: Season 3 Review

‘Party Down’ is Back and Better Than Ever

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Thirteen years after it ended, the cult favorite Starz show Party Down returns at the top of its game.

Star Wars Visions

‘Star Wars: Visions’ Volume Two Promises A Global Imagination

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We examine the nine production houses hired to make Star Wars: Visions volume two a more rich and imaginative anthology series.

Lost Pilot Episode Sawyer Alone

The ‘Lost’ Pilot Episode Just Keeps Getting Better With Age

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In the latest Episode column, we revisit the bold, beautiful two-part premiere of Lost.