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On the surface, an episode about Barry traveling to the future in hopes of solving the mystery around Savitar’s identity is exactly what The Flash needs to liven up a season that has...

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Based on its pilot alone, NBC’s new sitcom Great News has a lot of intriguing topical elements in its arsenal. It’s set at a cable news network (complete with an aging host who isn’t...

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When it debuted in 1990, John Guare’s Six Degrees of Separation played like a satire of liberal values after the hugely disruptive confusions of a decade of Reaganism. The married couple...

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You have to give it up for Andy Cohen because that man surely knows what he’s doing. The moment that Kim walks off to confront Lisa Rinna carrying that stupid Ty-D-Bol blue bunny, he...

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If I could give about ten people in this recap a tie for last place, I would do it. That is the stunning degree of incompetence and powerlessness on display in this week’s pointless...

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It’s hard to offer a measured analysis of President Trump’s proposed border wall and corporate tax cuts, when a certain public figure insists on interrupting your comedy show with...

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There have been no shortage of essays calling The Handmaid’s Tale disturbingly relevant to current events, but it’s important to remember that this has always been the case. Margaret...

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Though White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has had his share of controversies, no “holocaust center” gaffs have gotten in the way of something that matters to his boss: television...

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“Immersion” picks up immediately after the last episode, with Philip driving home after his final conversation with Gabriel, totally gutted by his handler’s warning about bringing...

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In what must be a Netflix executive’s dream-come-true, Deadline reports that Chris Rock is set to co-star in Adam Sandler’s next exclusive for the streaming service The Week Of. In...