Tag: TV

<i>Tiger King</i>: A Social Distraction or Moral Void?

Tiger King: A Social Distraction or Moral Void?

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04/18/2020

Hey there all you cool cats and kittens. Buckle up, because Netflix’s documentary mini-series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness is one hell of a ride.  If someone told me at the beginning of the year that I would spend April in isolation obsessed with a show about a polyamorous, gay, mullet-sporting, redneck zoo owner…

Netflix’s <i>The Witcher</i> Takes HBO’s Fantasy Throne

Netflix’s The Witcher Takes HBO’s Fantasy Throne

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01/25/2020

Netflix’s The Witcher premiered on December 20, 2019, and many viewers of the show are already clamoring for season two. This latest fantasy series from Netflix was adapted from The Witcher series written by Polish novelist Andrzej Sapkowski and drew inspiration from the 2007 video game by CD Projekt Red. Already some critics argue that…

An <i>Elite</i> Teen Drama

An Elite Teen Drama

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09/20/2019

After watching the entire second season of Netflix’s teen drama Elite in two days, I feel the need to justify the hours spent holed up in my dorm blinking blearily at my laptop. Released on September 6, Elite’s second season is a primary example of a compelling teen drama. Elite centers around three low-income scholarship…

What Makes <I>The Good Place</I> So Damn Good

What Makes The Good Place So Damn Good

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03/22/2018

Everyone’s a sucker for a good character transition, and this show has four (well, five, actually). The Good Place is NBC’s hit comedy about four people who end up in a heaven-like afterlife and get paired together for eternity, though two of them were placed there accidentally. The show is all about making choices, becoming…

What to look forward to in 2018

What to look forward to in 2018

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01/26/2018

Voice staffers share the movies and TV shows they’re looking forward to this year, from powerful female-led cinema to superheros and…sharks? Jessica Jones Season 2 — March 8, 2018 I wish I could tell you that I’m a different, more mature person than my high school-self and that I’m not freaking out about Jessica Jones…

<i>The Punisher</i>: The Best of Marvel Netflix

The Punisher: The Best of Marvel Netflix

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01/21/2018

Out of all the things about this show, Marvel’s The Punisher’s release date had to be the most puzzling. Planned for November 2017 after fans’ wildly positive reviews about the character’s first appearance in Daredevil, it premiered right after Marvel’s Defenders, somehow closing the year for the Marvel Netflix shows despite being, up to that…

The Magic of <i>Mrs. Maisel</i>

The Magic of Mrs. Maisel

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12/29/2017

In a previous piece about Gilmore Girls, I trashed the show because that’s what it is: garbage. It perpetuates a ton of stereotypes about women and about relationships, and I wanted none of it despite the fact that I gleefully watched all of it. So I was happily surprised when the show’s creator came out…

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