Alex P. Keaton, the countercultural conservative from the 1980s sitcom ‘Family Ties,’ tells us a lot about the new conservative movement.
The more content like “Schitt’s Creek” is streamed, the less we know about our cultural tastes, and the less we know about our culture more generally.
“Friends” premiered 25 years ago this week, which means the internet is consumed in reminiscing over the $425 million show that keeps us trapped in a perpetual state of nostalgia.
Revisiting ‘All In The Family’ and ‘The Jeffersons’ provided a great opportunity for nostalgia—a sentiment that was perhaps ABC’s greatest success.
Storylines in everything from ‘Veep’ to ‘Juno’ attempt to deal with abortion, but the latest Hollywide trend is trying to make it funny and casual.
The latest entry in the ‘Old Folks Sitcom’ category offers some promising comedy and strong sense of nostalgia at a time when we can all use it.
Even if the critics of ‘Roseanne’ were way off-base, the fact remains the politics of the show caused people to turn off the TV and otherwise disengage with the message.
‘The Mindy Project’ is the best sitcom you’re not watching. Thanks to Fox and Hulu, you can remedy that.
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