Television

When we think of holiday classics, A Christmas Story is always on the list. It’s been over thirty-five years since it was released, but this charming tale remains a holiday essential and a familiar favorite. Adapted from Jean Shepherd’s short stories, the 1983 vignette-style film journeys back to the Christmas when then-9-year-old Ralphie Parker (Peter
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The first episode of Bridgerton, the new Netflix period drama about high society in London, wastes little time showing that it’s a Shonda Rhimes-backed series — there are dramatic cliffhangers, scandalous romances, and gossipers galore. It is catnip for fans of the mega-producer’s hugely popular series like Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal. But this adaptation of Julia
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When you think about the history of television, you see that it has evolved as a medium over the last twenty years, and with the rise in streaming and a strong push for what’s become known as “prestige programming,” there has been more crossover between TV and film than ever before. But a limited series
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Hollywood wants to make sure we all have a Merry Christmas and one of the gifts they’re offering is Soul, the newest production from Pixar Studios. The film was originally scheduled to premiere at the 2020 Cannes Film Festival before debuting in theaters Nov. 20, but neither of those events happened due to the coronavirus pandemic. 
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Monk was right: It’s a jungle out there. And if you’ve spent the past few months watching each and every one of Monk‘s 125 episodes with a dedication that would make the good detective proud, the only thing scarier than the outside world might be figuring out what to watch next. The USA Network procedural
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Everyone is looking forward to 2021 and hopefully putting 2020 behind us for good. New beginnings and new adventures are things to be excited about in any new year, but don’t forget to be excited about new things to add to your streaming regimen.  Netflix is kicking off 2021 in strong form with titles like
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We’re halfway through December and that means 2020 is slowly crawling to a close. For your year-end streaming fun, Netflix has a bunch of new holiday shows and other gifts for subscribers. On Christmas Day, you’ll want to check out Shonda Rhimes first Netflix series, Bridgerton, a period drama that’s features a hot-looking cast and plenty
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Holiday movies are all about warmth, love, togetherness, and joy. Then again, they’re also about family drama, revenge on exes, and even cheesy memories from the 1980s. In short, holiday movies are a mixed bag of whatever you want them to be. Hulu has a pretty solid collection of holiday movies, and the list expands
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[Warning: The following contains spoilers from Thursday’s winter finale of Grey’s Anatomy. Read at your own risk!] Grey’s Anatomy may have almost broken Maggie Pearce (Kelly McCreary). The world’s battle with COVID-19 rages on, the virus will continue to be the main star of the show’s seventeenth season, and it’s putting all of the doctors
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It’s been over thirty-five years since A Christmas Story was released, but this charming tale remains a holiday essential and a familiar favorite. Adapted from Jean Shepherd’s short stories, the 1983 vignette-style film journeys back to the Christmas when then-9-year-old Ralphie Parker (Peter Billingsley) wanted nothing more than a grand new Red Ryder BB gun
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