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The critical and satirical

The audience laughs as Jon Stewart mocks the outcry against Obama’s latest push for more gun control, but there’s a sober message behind his tone.Continue...

Relating my trauma to Big Little Lies' honest portrayal

The widely popular HBO series Big Little Lies follows a narrative structure that’s striking, unsettling and unexpected. It offers a refreshing sense of realism amidst shows that often romanticize complex human issues.Continue...

Why Game of Thrones’ final season was anticlimactic

While all eight seasons of Games of Thrones were packed with intrigue, tragedy and soaring triumph—not to mention a fair share of HBO naughtiness—the cultural phenomenon has finally come to an end.Continue...

What was the best show of the 2018-19 school year?

The Lifestyle section is full of passionate television lovers who’ve shared their thoughts on various shows across 26 articles this year.Continue...

Film students predict how 'Game of Thrones' will end

On April 14, Game of Thrones ’ eighth and final season will premiere on HBO, and the world will start saying goodbye to the biggest cultural juggernaut of this past decade.Continue...

What went wrong with 'Riverdale'?

I have trouble pinpointing the exact moment I realized Netflix’s teen hit, Riverdale , was no good.Continue...

Previewing the best of Spring TV

Spring has sprung, and with it comes a host of new and old shows to grace our screens.Continue...

Lamenting One Day at a Time’s cancellation

This past week saw 2019’s most devastating TV casualty to date: Netflix’s One Day at a Time .Continue...

Netflix’s 'Tidying Up with Marie Kondo' makes organization spiritual

“My mission is to spark joy in the world through cleaning.”Continue...

'Big Mouth'’s Valentine’s Day special thrives in messiness

The first two seasons of Big Mouth operated on the understanding that puberty is the most shameful period of our lives, which means we can and should laugh about it.Continue...

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