The journalists are both in and of the community they cover, showing why the cliched death of local news involves a loss that platitudes can hardly capture.
No party in ‘White Lotus,’ aggrieved or privileged or both, seems poised to emerge unscathed.
The recently-departed era of mass media produced a lot of garbage, but also created incentives for artists to tap into shared human experiences—occasionally producing something brilliant. ‘Friends’ fits that bill.
For so engaging a subject, “Halston” commits an unforgivable sin: It bores.
For a program broadcast on a taxpayer-funded network, much of its contents seemed one-sided, even for PBS. It also ignores underlying political currents.
The sense of hope that ‘Ted Lasso’ instills is something we all hanker for — and it’s something you won’t find in today’s modern left.
‘The Chosen’ returns, depicting further events in the Gospel. Plus, new faith-based projects from singer Carrie Underwood, producer Roma Downey, and more.
What ‘WandaVision’ relayed so poignantly was our capacity to choose humanity, even when our part of the human experience is beset by suffering.
As the true-crime boom rolls along, even prestige projects are falling into easy traps. But not “Murder Among the Mormons.”
The wrestler-turned-actor uses his new NBC comedy to tease fans who want him to pursue a political career, but is he just teasing?
As all five seasons of ‘The Muppet Show’ premiere on Disney Plus, let’s rewind the clips to understand why fans are excited about the classic variety comedy.
It’s a story about the dichotomy of the American Dream, about how demand builds people up and then tears them down, and a story about our descent into a culture that can no longer commoditize talent while insisting on substance.
In the thrilling season finale of ‘The Expanse,’ the Roci wages a hopeless fight, a rescue turns bittersweet, and Marco pulls out a knife in the dark.
The fourth episode of ‘WandaVision’ offers a jarring, unnerving, and very disturbing break from the happy-go-lucky sitcom world we’ve just gotten used to.
Amos and Clarissa fight to leave Earth, multiple ships converge on Naomi’s position, and Avasarala takes a principled stand on ‘The Expanse.’
Naomi races to prevent a trap, Amos heads ‘home’ (again), and Earth weighs its retaliatory options on episode eight of season five of ‘The Expanse.’
We need more episodes of ‘WandaVision’ to figure out what’s going on, but until then, we’ll enjoy its continuing tributes to classic American sitcoms.
‘Alex Rider’ ditches the most common adolescent and secret agent tropes, and features a great plot, likable characters, and solid action.
Alex and Bobbie attempt to warn Holden about what’s headed his way, and the Inaros family learns tragic secrets about the past.
On the sixth episode of the season, ‘The Expanse’ offers a look at the role civilization and true friends play in holding back our inner demons.
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