We are a culture awash in self-acceptance. This is seldom more apparent than in the way we speak of—and try not to speak of—abortion.
No other fictional person contained in a TV series has better portrayed unrelenting conflict and struggle like Jimmy McGill.
Brad Pitt’s new ‘War Machine,’ out on Netflix in May, is part of a remarkable shift in star power towards television over the past 30 years.
AMC isn’t the only network paying for a pop-up restaurant to promote a TV property at SXSW.
It is a rare and amazing experience to be presented with a character and a franchise that encourage me to support the right actions for the right reasons.
Returning to the cheesy schlock of ‘Full House’ won’t satisfy audiences hungover on addictions to murderous, adulterous anti-heroes. There’s a better way.
Luckily for us all, most American men ignore The New York Times.
Whether you believe the Duggar lifestyle is optimal – and I don’t – there is much to learn from them about parenting.
It’s troublesome that as a society our most compelling entertainment increasingly eschews the concept or even the ideal that good exists in the world.
If storytelling is an endless conveyor belt, then closure is a foreign concept.
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