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    TV Recap: “Little Fires Everywhere” Episode Eight (Finale) – “Find a Way”

    The end is finally here, and the little fires are truly everywhere. The “Little Fires Everywhere” shows no interest in mending fences. Instead, its characters quite literally opt to burn everything down and start anew. The flashback that opens the episode finds the Richardson kids young and putting on a lemonade stand. A young Izzy […] More

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    TV Recap: “Little Fires Everywhere” Episode Seven – “Picture Perfect”

    We may be finally at the great big Bebe vs. McCullough court case, but Episode Seven of “Little Fires Everywhere” begins with one of its other feuds. Izzy (Megan Stott) and April (Isabel Gravitt) are headed to a party that Izzy thinks will be all “Lexis in training bras.” It becomes pretty clear that the […] More

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    TV Recap: ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ Episode Five – “Duo”

    We’ve made it to episode five of “Little Fires Everywhere,” isn’t it time we finally concentrate on Reese Witherspoon? Oh, wait, is that what we’ve been doing the past four episodes? Oh well, this episode features more Elena, more Elena in flashbacks, more Elena fighting and, most importantly, more Elena investigating. As if she were […] More

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    TV Recap: “Little Fires Everywhere” Episode Four – “The Spider Web”

    After keeping them in the background for all of the season, the episode finally leads with the McCullough family. We first flashback to one of Linda’s (Rosemarie DeWitt) previous pregnancies. The doctor and her fratboy-looking husband, Mark (Geoff Stults), tell her it will all be all right. We know better. With her adopted daughter Mirabelle, […] More

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    TV Recap: ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ Episode Three: “Seventy Cents”

    “Little Fires Everywhere” has always been about motherhood. Elena (Reese Witherspoon) and Mia (Kerry Washington) have been fighting and testing their daughters’ allegiances since episode one. Episode three brings us more stories of motherhood. We learn more about Bebe Chow’s (Huang Lu) love for May-Ling, the daughter she left at a fire station. Also, Linda […] More

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    Circuit Q&A: What’s Your Favorite Reese Witherspoon Performance?

    Today marks the birthday of the multi-talented Academy Award winner Reese Witherspoon. Starting out as an instant star of the big screen, Witherspoon has since become a prominent face on television, as well as a successful producer and industry spearhead in female-led projects. She rose to prominence in the late 90s with the comedies “Pleasantville” […] More

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    TV Recap: “Little Fires Everywhere” Episode 2 – “Seeds and All”

    If the pilot episode of “Little Fires Everywhere” asked the question “What is it like to move into a wealthy, all-white community?” the second question asks a simpler and more direct one: “Have you looked at your vagina lately?” The second episode of Hulu’s new miniseries is mostly structured around the latest book club meeting […] More

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    The Stars Come Out At Night For “The Morning Show” Red Carpet

    “The Morning Show” Global Red Carpet NYC: The stars were out at New York City’s Lincoln Center for the unveiling of Apple TV+’s flagship program, “The Morning Show,” starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Steve Carell, and Billy Crudup. The show gives a behind-the-scenes look at the news world in turmoil. In the series, the network chooses […] More

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    TV Review: ‘The Morning Show’ Rarely Comes to Life

    You never get a second chance at a first impression. Apple TV+ launches its new streaming service on Friday with four original series, as well as documentary and children’s programming. The tech giant brings together some of the biggest names in entertainment in hopes that audiences will flock to see their favorite stars. Of the […] More

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    Circuit Q&A: Who Would You Cast in the Role of a Political Figure Who Needs a Movie?

    Politicians’ backstories often make for compelling drama and sometimes even a few laughs. Political biopics usually lead to critical acclaim and some great acting performances because of their subject matter and historical context. Films like “The King’s Speech,” “Malcolm X,” “Lincoln,” “Gandhi,” “The Last King of Scotland,” “The Front Runner,” “Milk,” “The Iron Lady” and […] More

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