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The dark, enthralling power of Succession

One Good Thing: Only Murders in the Building plays like a Nora Ephron murder mystery

What Squid Game’s fantasies and harsh realities reveal about Korea

The Sopranos vs. the end of history

Why I felt betrayed by Netflix’s Midnight Mass

The tricky trans politics of FX’s Y: The Last Man

One Good Thing: Reservation Dogs is groundbreaking. It’s also incredibly funny.

One Good Thing: I didn’t watch any sports. Then I watched Netflix’s Drive to Survive.

Ted Lasso’s deep, dark secret

The empty dream that LuLaRoe sold

Michael K. Williams was more than just Omar from The Wire. He elevated Black identity onscreen.

The Jeopardy hosting saga has become a cautionary morality tale

The Ted Lasso backlash was inevitable

One Good Thing: An unsung drama of the 2010s you should stream right now

Nothing changes on The White Lotus. That’s the point.

The White Lotus is as clueless about Native Hawaiians as its characters

Watching Brooklyn Nine-Nine in the “defund the police” era

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has become a true crime doc

M. Night Shyamalan’s Old, HBO’s The White Lotus, and the existential terror of right now

How Gossip Girl broke the fantasy of being the world’s most special girl

One Good Thing: Clear eyes, full hearts, please watch Friday Night Lights on Netflix

The new Pursuit of Love TV show means it’s time to remember the Mitfords

Why LeVar Burton’s Jeopardy! quest feels so meaningful

Did anyone actually want more Gossip Girl?

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Bill Cosby rape allegations: What you need to know

Dear Olivia Rodrigo: Ignore the internet. “Originality” is overrated.

How TV therapy took on the pandemic

Without Rose Byrne, the ’80s aerobics drama Physical would be unwatchable

The Handmaid’s Tale invites its viewers to Joe Biden’s Gilead

One Good Thing: A very funny show about girlboss feminism

Loki gives Marvel’s beloved villain a charming second chance

17 seasons in, Grey’s Anatomy reimagined itself for the pandemic. But only a little bit.

Here’s who owns everything in Big Media today

The empty comfort of Friends: The Reunion

Why Amazon is paying nearly $9 billion for MGM and James Bond

Master of None season 3 is an artfully filmed disappointment

Asshole bosses are an entrenched part of Hollywood. Are they finally facing consequences?

One Good Thing: HBO Max’s Hacks features the amazing Jean Smart as an aging comedy legend

Why Mare of Easttown’s latest episode is its biggest yet

It never made sense for AT&T to buy WarnerMedia. Now it’s undoing its $100 billion deal.

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