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Apple TV+ Badly Strikes out with <i>Dickinson</i>

Apple TV+ Badly Strikes out with Dickinson


A little over a month ago, I decided to start watching Apple TV+ ‘s buzzy new TV show Dickinson. I thought that with ten, thirty-minute long episodes it would take me at maximum a week to finish. Little did I know how bad it would be—what was supposed to ideally take a few days became…

Best of the Decade: TV Shows

Best of the Decade: TV Shows


As the decade comes to a close, Halftime is celebrating by taking a look back at the best that the 2010s had to offer. Below you’ll find some of our favorite shows from the past ten years. Be sure to also check out Halftime’s Best Albums and Best Films of the Decade. *** The 2010s…

Please Watch <i>The Crown</i>

Please Watch The Crown


701 days. That’s how long I’ve been waiting for season three of Netflix’s The Crown to premiere. Exploring the life of Queen Elizabeth II, Great Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, The Crown is arguably one of Netflix’s best original shows. It is by far its best historical drama. In terms of storytelling, what sets this show apart…

Perfecting the Spy Thriller: <i>Jack Ryan</i> Returns to Prime Video

Perfecting the Spy Thriller: Jack Ryan Returns to Prime Video


Last Thursday, Amazon Prime released season two of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan starring John Krasinski. Set in Venezuela, the show follows Ryan (John Krasinski) and his former boss Jim Greer’s (Wendell Pierce) investigation into corruption in the Venezuelan government and an illegal mining operation bankrolled by the Venezuelan president. But this season, Ryan isn’t a…

<i>Living with Yourself</i> Doesn’t Seem to Make Much of Itself

Living with Yourself Doesn’t Seem to Make Much of Itself


Recently, Netflix released Paul Rudd’s new show Living with Yourself. A seemingly unique story with lots of potential, the show follows a man named Miles Elliot (Paul Rudd) who, burned out with his comfortable, suburban life, goes to a strange strip mall spa that supposedly transforms clients’ worlds. Claiming that they will scrub his DNA…

<i>Killing Eve</i>’s Shining Star

Killing Eve’s Shining Star


Two weeks ago, Jodie Comer of Killing Eve won the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series to everyone’s surprise—including herself. During her speech, she joked that she was so convinced she wasn’t going to win this time that she told her family not to come. I was surprised too, not because I…

After 15 Seasons, <i>Grey’s Anatomy</i> Only Grows Stronger

After 15 Seasons, Grey’s Anatomy Only Grows Stronger


This article contains spoilers for the first 15 seasons of Grey’s Anatomy Last Thursday, the 16th season of ABC’s hit medical drama Grey’s Anatomy premiered. I’ve been watching this show, which started when I was four years old, for the past four years now, and the only reason I’d ever stop watching is if it…

Trailer Takes: <i>Dickenson</i>, <i>Knives Out</i>, and <i>Warrior Queen of Jhansi</i>

Trailer Takes: Dickenson, Knives Out, and Warrior Queen of Jhansi

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Dickinson:  Chetan: As someone who doesn’t particularly like period dramas but watches them anyway, I have to say this trailer looks pretty interesting in the beginning. Dickinson is such an influential poet, but I honestly don’t know anything about her life. I didn’t enjoy the whole fantasy ghost carriage bit, but I can see…

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