RAMY’s gentle approach to the big questions. The IB’s exclusive look into the new Hulu series On April 18th Hulu will release RAMY a 10 episode […]
I had forgotten how much twelve year old boys curse. But Gene Stupnitsky’s Good Boys, an ode to the complexity of middle school friendships reminded me […]
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When I started seeing Nick Kroll post on Instagram from Pyeongchang, North Korea during the Winter Olympics last year, I’ll admit I wondered what he was […]
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Film-to-television adaptations are a tricky business. They shoulder the burden of staying true to their source material, while also creating enough new story to create a […]
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It’s always fascinating to me to see a comedian work through a joke, tweaking it and molding it to a place where it reliably gets laughs. […]
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Colin Quinn Shames Everyone in Red State Blue State Its not big surprise to say that Red State Blue State is a brilliant show- the kind […]
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The Degenerates explores all sides of comedy’s dark corners. Netflix has always needed the stand-up comedy fan. Netflix has always banked on the viewer that is […]
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As I’m sure you remember, puberty has an odd progression to it. You spend the years leading up to it fervently wishing to change, only to […]
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I still remember the first season finale of BoJack Horseman, and the emotionally poignant moment where the titular washed-up actor—deeply embarrassed by what’s been revealed about […]
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