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    TV Review: ‘His Dark Materials’ Plays Its Secrets Close to the Chest

    Lyra Belacqua is, by nature, a curious person. This makes her perfectly suited for the shrouded-in-mystery “His Dark Materials” universe she lives in, but also puts her in a never-ending series of dangerous situations. At twelve years old, her entire life has been spent under the guardianship of the Master at Jordan College. Her only […] More

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    TV Review: ‘Dickinson’ Gives a Brilliant Young Voice to the Misunderstood Genius

    It took 130 years for Hollywood to catch up to the truth of who Emily Dickinson really was. Generations of American literature students knew her only as the reclusive spinster who managed to write poetry about all the experiences she supposedly wasn’t living. But recent years have been kinder to her memory — or at […] More

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    TV Review: Rudd Steals the Scene Twice in Netflix’s ‘Living with Yourself’

    What does a more perfect version of Paul Rudd look like? The actor has been dazzling us with his perfect smile, buoyant energy and ageless looks since the mid-90s. He makes the move to TV with stunning results in “Living with Yourself,” the latest Netflix comedy. Shockingly, considering Rudd’s presence, the show features even fewer […] More

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    TV Review: ‘The Unicorn’ Is the Rare Genuinely Sweet Network Comedy

    No single man has it all: a good job, positive familial relationships, lack of commitment issues and the desire to honestly date. Anyone who has all these things is what CBS would call “The Unicorn,” the subject of their new sitcom. The show features a charming view of dating after a loss. It helps that […] More

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    TV Review: ‘Prodigal Son’ Is The Heir Apparent To ‘Hannibal’

    From 2013 to 2015, there wasn’t a show on network television pushing more boundaries than Bryan Fuller’s “Hannibal.” The television adaption of Thomas Harris’s novels was a stylish examination of the serial killer genre. The core of “Hannibal” was the bond between the two main characters that kept bringing audiences back. But when the show […] More

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    TV Review: ‘The Affair’ Sinks Back Into the Ocean for Its Final Season

    “The Affair” has taken its viewers on quite a ride over the course of five seasons. What started as a tawdry, beach-side romance has featured drug smuggling, murder, a vengeful prison guard and, most recently, the death of one of its main characters. The show’s fifth and final season has plenty more tricks up its […] More

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    TV Review: HBO’s ‘The Righteous Gemstones’ Fails To Reach Its Potential

    In the book of Matthew, the Bible writes that Jesus said, “it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.” HBO’s latest comedy from Danny McBride, “The Righteous Gemstones,” looks at a family of televangelists that reap ungodly riches […] More

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    TV Review: RSVP No to Hulu’s ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’

    Remake fatigue has moved to TV. Since it was announced, the idea of a “Four Weddings and a Funeral” miniseries remake seemed a tad bit unnecessary. The involvement of Mindy Kaling as creator and executive producer inspired some confidence. Though Kaling has made a career out of her unabashed love for romantic comedies, there’s little […] More

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    TV Review: ‘Legion’ Season 3 Feels Grounded

    David Heller (Dan Stevens) has certainly transformed since Season 1 of “Legion,” where he was once confined to a psychiatric hospital and told that he had schizophrenia. Now he has harnessed his life-altering powers, banished the ancient demon Amahl Farouk (Navid Negahban), and wears a red tunic. He is not so much a mutant but […] More

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    TV Review: ‘Killing Eve’ Comes Back With Oh & Comer In Top Form

    How different are we from our enemies? “Killing Eve” thrives on the relationship between security operative turned spy Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh) and gleeful serial killer Villanelle (Jodie Comer). As their game of cat and mouse came to a bloody, powerful conclusion last season, we now have to deal with how the relationship has changed. […] More

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