A snapshot of a young republic in peril, and its lessons for our times.
by Anna Vinitsky on September 30, 2018September 29, 2018
Marvelous Mrs. Maisel paints a picture of a vivid and choreographed 1950s New York and explores development of a personal feminism.
by Tess Solomon on February 18, 2018February 18, 2018
In this new season, Riverdale’s soapy plot and neon-lit diner is su used with violence and vigilantism.
by Alex Jacobson on December 10, 2017December 10, 2017
On the stoner realism of “High Maintenance.”
by Elliott Eglash on November 13, 2016
Trump, Objectivity, and the Media
by Andrew Tynes on September 25, 2016September 25, 2016
Returning to the Powerpuff Girls.
by Leila Clark on April 24, 2016
This show is like the less-funny, homosocial version of Love except there’s still chicks in it and dudes who are bad at talking to them.
by Carson Welch, Samuel Bollen on April 3, 2016October 2, 2016
The first few episodes feature some pretty conventional plot devices, but the characterization and dialogue have a loose, awkward, and very human quality to them.
by Samuel Bollen on March 6, 2016October 2, 2016
Harvey is 82. He is a former member of the Welsh Guard who wears a dandelion on his lapel, and he is “not ready to give up on love or life.” This is why he is here, on my screen, a participant in the British Channel 4 reality show “First Dates.”
by Sophie Parker-Rees on October 17, 2015October 18, 2015
In the third episode of Netflix and Marvel’s new superhero show Daredevil, a man crushes in his enemy’s face by repeatedly smashing it with a bowling ball.
by Elliott Eglash on May 4, 2015
Earlier this week, America met its replacement for the (some would say) irreplaceable Jon Stewart.
by Lara Norgaard on April 12, 2015
The man will keep his suit on and will be married, but definitely not to you.
by Sophie Parker-Rees on March 7, 2015March 15, 2015
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?