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.
Let’s hope that by the time we get through binging these non-post-apocalyptic shows, the worst of this coronavirus crisis will have passed.
From gracing the screen at countless sleepovers to serving as ideal movie-night picks, a handful of classic teen comedies have proven a lasting power. But almost none of them arrived in the past decade.
“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.
This might be the least ‘Black Mirror’-ish series to date, and a possible start to the show’s mature period. That’s a good thing.
To watch ‘Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club’ is to be disappointed. At least if your expectations were unreasonably high, as mine were.
Lessons from the life of the show’s most compelling character apply to any man who wrestles with his vices and virtues.
‘Game of Thrones’ is a refreshing outlier that demonstrates the importance of religious belief in shaping human choices and destinies.
Joss Whedon’s cult hit has inspired numerous spinoffs. But none parallel the original, which changed the way many Americans look at television.
This year saw an endless onslaught of new stories, new books, new TV shows, new music. It’s time to recharge, and enjoy some of the treasures of the past.
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