TV

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...

Kim's Convenience actress comes to Kingston

Emerging from the ranks of CBC’s hit comedy Kim’s Convenience , Canadian Screen Award-nominated actor and screenwriter Andrea Bang has found her footing in the world of independent film and TV.Continue...

Winter Tekenos-Levy is proud of Canadian television

Canadian TV is thriving, according to prominent Canadian television writer and story editor Winter Tekenos-Levy.Continue...

Saying goodbye to The Good Place

This week, NBC comedy The Good Place moved on to a better place—wink wink, nudge nudge—but only after imparting us with one final philosophical message.Continue...

Season 2 of Sex Education is as unique as ever

My sister and her friend came over for dinner just as my housemates and I were finishing the last 15 minutes of the newly-released second season of Netflix’s Sex Education .Continue...

You’s second season is somehow scarier than the first

Netflix released the second season of You at the end of December, proving to viewers just how much an attractive white man can get away with in our society.Continue...

Four TV shows to hunker down with this winter

Winter is here: the seemingly endless season that wraps every Canadian in a cold blanket of darkness.Continue...

Atypical season three is formulaic but fun

Atypical is an underappreciated gem from Netflix’s roster of original content.Continue...

His Dark Materials shines by sticking to its source

This fall, Philip Pullman’s award-winning book trilogy made its way onto the small screen with its airships, polar bears, and a corrupt version of the Catholic Church in all their glory.Continue...

The perfect simplicity of Living with Yourself

We see a new side to Paul Rudd in the new Netflix series Living with Yourself .Continue...

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