Shannon Draucker explores the subtle but powerful portrayal of graduate student marginalization in Netflix's popular new series "The Chair."
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The Long Goodbye: How Murder on Middle Beach Reimagines True Crime
Ted Clifford reviews the HBO true crime miniseries "Murder on Middle Beach."
On Death and the Finale of Star Trek: Picard
T. S. Mendola discusses the end of "Star Trek: Picard" and what it means to be human — or not.
The Voyage Home: Star Trek: Picard and Millennial Nostalgia
T.S. Mendola takes a look at the new "Star Trek: Picard" series and who it appeals to to.
Valerie Slaughter discusses the tribulations of monogamy, performative relationships, and the hit British reality dating show "Love Island."
“She Doesn’t Need Us Anymore”: A Look at Fleabag Season 2
Sophia Stewart discusses the bittersweet second and final season of Phoebe Waller-Bridge's "Fleabag."
Whose Blood, Whose Treasure?
CBS’ "Blood & Treasure" tells a story about looted antiquities funding terrorism — but will telling this story lead to more destruction of the past?
Once Was Lost: The False Promise of True Detective
There’s a scene in the finale of True Detective’s third season that displays its protagonist Wayne Hayes (Mahershala Ali) rocking …
Poking at Power: Can Comedy be a Political Weapon?
With a president who is a persistent bad joke, how can we use comedy as a vehicle for social change?
The Caillou Conceit: Narrative Overexposure and Hyperreal Pacing in Netflix’s Love
Callie Hitchcock reviews Netflix's "Love" in light of the hyperreal storytelling style exhibited in "Caillou."