TV

Leaving Neverland

It is the mark of an impressive documentary when it does not merely reveal new information about a subject, but makes us question all the information we have previously received on the matter. When the subject of the documentary is one of the most...

The Student’s guide to Upcoming TV

This year promises to be one of great television. By now, the latest Game of Thrones season will have started and you may be battening down the hatches for that marathon experience, but there is plenty more to look forward to as well. Here is our...

Fleabag Season Two

Phoebe Waller–Bridge’s exemplary artistry shines through in the latest series of her beautifully candid comedy Fleabag. Set a year after the events of the first installment, Waller-Bridge’s second round reiterates her glorious tirade upon...

Love, Death and Robots

Love, Death and Robots is a strange one to wrap your head around. Consisting of 18 unrelated episodes lasting less than 20 minutes, the production baby of Tim Miller and David Fincher is perhaps better seen not as a television anthology, but as...

Behind The Curve

Sometimes you will be told something so completely ludicrous that you don’t even register it as a fact. One of these statements is “there are thousands of people who believe the Earth is flat and the government is conspiring to keep this a...

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