What if it already has happened here, and we didn’t notice because we focused on ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’s’ religious hang-ups rather than its comments on the intersection of politics and sexuality?
‘Game of Thrones’ rarely focuses on aspects of the human condition unrelated to power struggles. It is a prolonged depiction of the singular, relentless pursuit of power.
After returning to New York, Dev grapples with his love for Francesca, the Italian granddaughter of the pasta-making nonna with whom he spent a year.
The fourth season of ‘Arrested Development has some gems. When it goes right, it goes very right. But it is easily the weakest season. The fifth can be better.
‘Silicon Valley’ shows the toxic culture of conformism that crushes innovation—and suggests, both by wit and vulgarity, that our best ally is the people.
Rather than co-opting the nihilism of this age, ‘Rick and Morty’ cleverly disguises its rather potent criticism of our philosophy by cloaking itself in the veneer of absurdism.
If anything, the harrowing ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ reaffirms the gospel’s teachings about sexuality and the dignity of the human person.
It takes only a few moments to see that ‘Fargo’ is far more than a typical procedural drama. It’s about families, and the quirky, often dysfunctional relationships that keep people together.
After some shady dealings toward the end of season three and a big announcement in the premiere of season four, Richard may be poised to reinvent his ‘aw, shucks’ personality.
The television show proclaims the insignificance of all our lives, reveling in existential pessimism. Why do viewers and critics love it so much?
The message to those watching the show is this: If you don’t catch the signs, you’re to blame when someone winds up dead.
Margaret Atwood’s novel condemns the fundamentalist vices of the Right, just as Aldous Huxley’s ‘Brave New World’ addressed perilous tendencies of the Left.
‘Casting JonBenet’ might be the most unconventionally interesting true-crime documentary — if you can really even call it that — ever created.
The politicization of ESPN — and sports media generally — is both a symptom of larger problems and a problem in itself.
Sophia Marlowe’s passion for building her business and brand are when the Netflix show is at its best and, despite contrary reviews, the most feminist.
The rivalry between Hollywood screen icons Bette Davis and Joan Crawford as depicted in FX’s ‘Feud: Bette and Joan’ puts today’s cat fights to shame.
Many fans are eager to re-explore their favorite characters. Others are dismayed by footage from Netflix’s new series that depicts a startling aberration from the spirit of the original story.
Lena Dunham is obsessed with ‘normalizing’ abortion—which makes it especially surprising that her character, Hannah, chooses life for her unborn baby.
‘My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic’ is a show miles better than it has any right to be.
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