REVIEW: 'The End of the F***ing World' Season 2 is an Aftermath Set in Sobering Reality

Everything that the audience and the characters of the show need to finally move on.

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REVIEW: ‘High School Musical: The Musical – The Series’ Pilot Episode Is Fine But Not Memorable

If you just want some comfort food, you could do a lot worse.

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INTERVIEW: Giancarlo Volpe Talks ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’, ‘The Dragon Prince’ and the Lasting Success of Animation

Avatar: The Last Airbender aired its final episode on July 19 2008, and is regarded as one of the best Nickelodeon and children’s’ programs of all time, even winning an Emmy.

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‘Gossip Girl’: What the Upcoming Reboot Needs to Change from the Original

In this age of Riverdale, Euphoria, and Elite, it often seems like this world has hit its quota of scandalous teen dramas filled with sexy adults playing minors. Yet, according to the brains behind HBO Max, WarnerMedia’s upcoming streaming service, the world needs just one more sexy teen drama in the form of a Gossip…

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‘The Haunting Of Hill House’: An Insight To Personal Horror

In 2018, the first season of The Haunting of Hill House was released to Netflix. It’s directed by Mike Flanagan, who is arguably one of the best horror directors around right now, and follows the Crain family as they move into an isolated, run-down mansion, or what eventually becomes known as Hill House. Upon its…

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‘Undone’ and Why Complex Depictions of Mental Illnesses Matter

In a world where characters with mental illnesses are consistently depicted as the monsters, villains, antagonists, and just generally ‘unlikeable’ people across film and television, Undone feels like a breath of fresh air. An Amazon original series, the show is an adult animated, dramedy created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg and Kate Purdy, both known for their…

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The Future of Netflix’s ‘Lost in Space’

Over a year after the premiere of its Lost in Space reboot, Netflix has announced that the second season of the family-oriented sci-fi show will premiere on December 24th of this year. The big announcement, which took place at the show’s New York Comic Con panel, included the release of a trailer for the season, which teases that the upcoming episodes will deal directly with what happened to the show’s central robot character after the events of its first season.

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The Longevity of ‘Scooby-Doo’: 50 Year Retrospective

Ghosts and goblins and ghouls, like Zoinks! This sounds like a case for our favorite gang of mystery-solving teens: Fred, Daphne, Velma and Shaggy, and their talking Great Dane Scooby-Doo. On September 13th 1969 the first episode of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?, created by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears, was released as a Saturday morning…

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The Lasting Relatability of ‘Freaks and Geeks’ 20 Years Later

There are very few TV shows that depict the awkwardness and confusion of being a teenager quite like Freaks and Geeks. Although it premiered in 1999 and only ended up running for one season, it has since gained a following of loyal fans thanks to word-of-mouth praise, and the ability to stream the show on…

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