Month: July 2020

[embedded content] If you’re currently attempting to scrape your brain off the ceiling after finishing Dark‘s eye-opening third season on Netflix, you are not alone. The non-linear sci-fi show really outdid itself in its final season, revealing even more surprising and confusing connections by introducing not only a second world, but also a third world known
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In the immortal words of Oprah, well, hello, let’s celebrate this! Netflix announced that, thanks to the years of admirably tireless campaigning from fans on social media, a bunch of classic Black sitcoms are heading to the streaming service very soon. Among the shows included in the lineup are Sister, Sister, the notoriously difficult to
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Netflix was well-represented Tuesday when it was revealed that the streamer garnered 160 total nominations at the 2020 Emmys.  Never Have I Ever, a show that Netflix recently revealed crossed 40 million viewers, was left out in the cold.  Mindy Kaling, the co-creator of the popular series, reacted the snubbing in response to a fan
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While we still don’t know exactly how the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards hosted by Jimmy Kimmel will even happen, given that the coronavirus pandemic shows no signs of abating in the United States, the show must go on, and now we have a full list of this year’s nominees! Leslie Jones hosted Tuesday morning’s livestream announced alongside newly-nominated actress Laverne Cox and Josh Gad and Tatiana
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The alienist and his allies certainly didn’t lack for despicable suspects when searching for the kidnapper of Martha Napp’s and Isabella Linares’s infant daughters. Unfortunately, the unhinged abductor revealed was much closer to them than they realized on The Alienist: Angel of Darkness Season 1 Episode 3 and The Alienist: Angel of Darkness Season 1 Episode 4. Sara
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There are two kinds of horror at work in HBO’s new series Lovecraft Country. The most obvious is, of course, the absolutely terrifying literal monsters that will have you checking under your bed at night. The second is the insidious institutional racism at work in the show’s Jim Crow era setting.  During the show’s Comic-Con@Home panel,
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The seventh and final season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is well underway, and we’re slowly but steadily approaching the series’ end. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has always been the little show that could, scraping out renewal year after year despite almost always being on the bubble. That’s a familiar feeling for Clark Gregg, who reminisced about starting his
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While The Walking Dead TV series has become its own universe, with three different shows, it’s all based on the amazing comic book series written by Robert Kirkman with art by Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard. However, there is another adaptation of Kirkman’s comic books coming to the small screen, and that’s Invincible. During the Robert Kirkman
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