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July 26, 2019

Five Big Takeaways From San Diego Comic-Con

Daniel Dunston 2:30pm July 26, 2019 7/26/19 Comments Disabled

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Every year in July, the nerd community gathers at San Diego Comic-Con or SDCC to celebrate the comics, movies and shows that they love. And every year, the rest of the world doesn’t understand why people fight crowds to go sit in conference halls watching movie trailers. I get it. It’s a bit weird but…

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June 6, 2019

Hey! Watch f*****g Deadwood!

Blake Vickers 5:07pm June 6, 2019 6/6/19

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  May of 2019 saw HBO end two of it’s most famous shows. One of those endings was to the inescapable and ever infuriating Game of Thrones. To say that fan reaction to GoT’s conclusion was mixed would not only be an understatement, but an incredibly charitable one at that. While I personally feel that…

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April 11, 2019

The Final Season of Game of Thrones has Arrived, Here’s How it Could All End

Blake Vickers 5:30pm April 11, 2019 4/11/19

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Not since Twin Peaks has there ever been a television show to garner as much fan speculation as Game of Thrones. Given the mysterious, puzzle box nature of the book series it’s based on, how could it not? For years, viewers have been re-watching and theorizing to help answer some of the biggest questions in…

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February 25, 2019

I spy a UK game in the new episode of “Crashing” on HBO

Drew Franklin 10:15am February 25, 2019 2/25/19

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A Kentucky basketball game made an appearance in Sunday night’s new episode of Crashing on HBO. In a scene shot in the Olive Tree Cafe (one of my go-to spots in New York City FYI), the game can be seen in the background on the two televisions above the bar. Upon closer inspection, the mid-court logo on…

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December 14, 2017

In Praise of Dread

Josh Corman 9:01am December 14, 2017 12/14/17 Comments Disabled

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In most cases, people do their best to avoid the sensation of inescapable, all-encompassing dread. This makes sense, of course, since there are few thing worse than being entirely unsure what is going to happen, but being certain that, whatever it is, it’s going to be horrible. I remember exactly when I was first made…

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August 24, 2017

End of Thrones: Can GoT Still Get the Conclusion it Deserves?

Josh Corman 8:40pm August 24, 2017 8/24/17

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Viewers of all long-running prestige TV shows share a single, understandable fear: that their hours of investment and fan-theorizing and nervous anticipation will conclude not in a blaze of glory and well-earned resolution, but with a messy, incoherent thud. To put it more simply, we’re all worried that the ending is going to suck. Of…

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August 17, 2017

Is Watching TV About to Become Terrible?

Josh Corman 9:00am August 17, 2017 8/17/17 Comments Disabled

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Remember the days when we sat around complaining about the exorbitant and ever-changing prices of cable packages? When we bemoaned cable company monopolies and looked forward to a future when we could select only the channels we wanted to watch without being married to a whole list of ones we didn’t care about? If only…

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January 5, 2017

Who’s Winning the TV Wars?

Josh Corman 9:00am January 5, 2017 1/5/17 Comments Disabled

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In the days of my youth I was shown what it means to be a man. No, wait. That’s the opening line to Led Zeppelin’s “Good Times, Bad Times.” Sorry, let’s try this again. In the days of my youth, I witnessed a titanic struggle. It wasn’t the first of its kind, but to a…

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November 3, 2016

TV, I Love You, but You’re Bringing Me Down

Josh Corman 9:00am November 3, 2016 11/3/16 Comments Disabled

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  The Golden Age of Television is bumming me out. And I don’t just mean because the tenor of much of TV’s best programming is about as cheerful as a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire. What’s really got me down is that there are no less than two dozen shows currently airing (or, more…

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April 15, 2015

In Defense of Slow-Watching

Josh Corman 3:00pm April 15, 2015 4/15/15

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I still remember the rush of the first time. It was 2003 or maybe 2004. Babe Ruth’s curse still hung over the Red Sox, Peter Jackson was still beloved, and parents were busy confiscating Eminem CDs instead of attending his concerts. I’d heard about this show called LOST. I’d heard it was amazing, so intense and mysterious…

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