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John Mulaney’s Kid Gorgeous is relatability at its best

Since the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, the entertainment industry saw a dramatic spike in its production of highly-politicized content. Whether intentional or not, it seems as if art released today—especially in the form of comedy—can be spun to fit a conservative or liberal agenda.Continue...

Charlie Kaufman adapts Queen’s alumnus’ novel for Netflix production

Academy Award-winning screenwriter Charlie Kaufman will adapt Queen’s alumnus and local author Iain Reid’s first novel, I’m Thinking of Ending Things , for Netflix.Continue...

Jerry Seinfeld's Netflix return is a nostalgic tap on the shoulder

The 90s were often characterized by sitcom stars embodying the human experience of mediocrity. However, it was a certain nasal-voiced stand-up comedian starring in the infamous “show about nothing” that truly stole the genre.Continue...

'Mindhunter' is the crime show TV was missing

A few weeks ago, I stumbled upon a quietly released, new Netflix show entitled Mindhunter .Continue...

Three suitable alternatives to Netflix in Canada

However, as anyone who’s travelled to the United States has witnessed, Netflix’s Canadian selection is rather limited, to put it politely (so Canadian, I know).Continue...

“Dear White People” review

In a time of continuous racial tension around the world, a show on a mainstream streaming website might be the most appropriate way to give people an understanding of different individual’s backgrounds.Continue...

Point counter point:Is 13 Reasons Why worth the risk?

The TV show adaptation of the book of the same title by Jay Asher has been making waves since it first came out as a thirteen-episode series for Netflix on March 31, 2017.Continue...

A white guy’s take on whitewashing Death Note

As a straight, white male — also arguably known as mainstream media’s favourite demographic — I’ve never had trouble feeling represented. But an upcoming whitewashed series made me stop and think twice about how I might see myself if the imagining was all up to me.Continue...

The Best Netflix Shows to Binge-Watch Based on Your Workload

Binge-watching is one of the greatest joys that life has to offer, however, if you feel you’re floundering to fit in some much-needed TV-time on top of all your homework, or if you have more time than you know what to do with, don’t fear.Continue...

Abstract: The Art of Design

I don’t know about you guys, but sometimes TV can stress me out. I get nervous about who’ll come out on top in Scandal, or who’ll get solitary confinement on Orange Is the New Black, or who’ll survive Game of Thrones — just kidding, no one survives.Continue...

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