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After a year of pandemic life, the superhero show’s inventive premise — television as both escape and prison — is all too relatable.
Sex may sell this Starz strip-club drama, but at heart it’s a potent, lyrical story about hard work.
This musical valentine to urban life, from the creator of “Bob’s Burgers,” is another TV show that has new resonance in the pandemic era. But for once that relevance is delightful, not…
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“The Loudest Voice,” “Ink” and “Succession” map out the influential world the two men created.
This dual Broadway biopic has style and moves but gets tripped up by an overfamiliar story of a brilliant, toxic man.
On some of best series, the song selections are as nuanced, ironic and transcendent as the acting and writing.
It would be the most perverse kind of fandom for any Potterphile to use the reasoning of a Malfoy.