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    TV Review: Netflix’s ‘Sex Education’ Season 2 Still Educating Viewers of the Complexities of Teenage Sex Lives

    Viewers’ favorite teenaged sex therapist is back. Season 2 of Netflix’s breakout British teen dramedy “Sex Education” picks up where we left off with Otis’ sex therapy side hustle pretty much over with Maeve away from school. But don’t think that it’s all over…this season’s filled with love triangles, father issues, a little friendly business […] More

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    TV Review: ‘You’ Season Two Finds Joe With a New Address and a New Focus

    “You” is back on Netflix and manages to be better, creepier, and even more addictive in season two. In the first season, we met Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) and the doomed object of his obsession, Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail). Based on the novel by Caroline Kepnes, “You” is a story of stalking, abuse, violence and […] More

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    TV Review: ‘Merry Happy Whatever’ Is as Exciting as Its Title Suggests

    When you’re tired of catching up with your family, and all the football games are over, Netflix has a new family sitcom for you. In “Merry Happy Whatever,” Dennis Quaid returns to television as Don Quinn, the overbearing patriarch of a close-knit family. It has been three years since Don’s wife died and their four […] More

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    What’s On TV? – Friday (10/04/19) – Netflix Dominates Tonight’s Line-Up

    As we head into the first weekend of October, Netflix strong slate of content tonight looks highly entertaining. Between the return of two original series and another Stephen King adaptation, let the popular streaming service take over your Friday evening. Pick of the Day: “Peaky Blinders ” (Netflix) After a two year hiatus, “Peaky Blinders” returns […] More

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    TV Review: Season 3 of ‘Dear White People’ Still Serves Up Cultural Realness

    Expanding on the cultural phenomenon of the 2014 film by the same name, Netflix’s “Dear White People” continues to examine hot topics, societal and cultural issues through the lens of students at a fictional Ivy League college. The brainchild of multi-hyphenate Justin Simien, “Dear White People” continues to challenge audiences’ biases and perceptions of race […] More

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    Exclusive: Composer Jim Dooley Takes Us Behind the Music of ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ Season 3

    Jim Dooley has been composing music for film and television for nearly twenty years. He won an Emmy award for the dearly departed series, “Pushing Daisies,” in 2008. He has also written music for multimedia projects, video games, and theme park rides. His career and experiences made him an obvious choice for a most unfortunate […] More

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    WATCH: ‘House of Cards’ Reminds You How Dangerous Robin Wright Can Be

    Few shows go through as much as the cast of “House of Cards” did late last year. The series was primed to go out on top, coming off a decent season 5. However, when allegations about its star, Kevin Spacey ran through the entertainment industry, he quickly slipped off a mountain. Spacey had been one of […] More

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