The news media’s rush to judgement on the Russia probe has left them looking like ancient astronaut theorists: entertaining but wrong.
The millionaire lifestyle and its problems have caught up to Chris Rock, and it’s hard to find what he might have in common with people who play tamborine to his lead vocals.
She may have been left to raise two kids while her husband plays house with his secretary, but Midge Maisel is forever fabulous.
If the football game show participants don’t qualify as the worst contestants in history, who does? While we can’t claim an exhaustive list, herewith some nominees.
The show, made after a series by British author Richard Morgan, is an indictment of a future where the wealthy are immortal through buying themselves new bodies.
Orson Scott Card and Aaron Johnston resurrect sci-fi the whole family can enjoy in the show hosted by BYUtv. I talked to Johnston about the show.
The ‘Star Trek’ take has heat and optimism, without the heavy sadness that permeates shows like the new ‘Star Trek: Discovery.’
During Sunday’s broadcast of ‘Face The Nation,’ CBS’s John Dickerson signed off for the last time from his duties as host of the iconic weekly talk show.
The show’s mostly middle-of-the-road politics are refreshing next to so many other comedies that have surrendered their creativity to wallow in the sloughs of progressive hate.
The series taps into a timeless, primitive fear of being trapped in the digital hells we’ve constructed — minds with no bodies, no agency.
‘Bright’ has proved a nice antidote for the Great December Disappointment of 2017, the pretentious, awful Star Wars offering, ‘The Last Jedi.’
‘Grown-ish’ shows that typical college life can be a recipe for disaster but seems to forget its own lessons and offer little alternative.
‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ is the story of a young artist coming of age and into her own. Midge finds that art doesn’t have much to do with becoming an agent of change.
In the Netflix mini-series ‘Godless,’ we see what is possible if just a few strong and virtuous men step up and take responsibility amid disaster.
Why should America, by vocation and war a republic, love a show about the British monarchy? It is not merely the great success of the show, but the alternative, too, that we should consider.
Netflix can be happy that after duds like ‘Iron Fist’ and ‘The Defenders’ they’ve returned to something gritty that works without ridiculous fairy tales.
There’s so much to like about this season, it’s hard to cram it all into one article, so let me tell you about the 10 best things from ‘Stranger Things’ season two.
The expectations after the wild success of the first run were high. Season two doesn’t disappoint, giving us more characters to love and villains to loathe.
Hopefulness, genuine friendship, and self-sacrifice. That is what make this show meaningful. Small-town virtues.
After ‘Stranger Things’ season one captivated ’80s kids like me, it needed to follow up with a satisfying season two. Mostly it accomplished that, but has weak points.
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