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Grab your coffee and some Pop-Tarts because after nine long years, we can return to Stars Hollow and reunite with our favorite mother-daughter duo, Lorelai and Rory Gilmore (Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel). That’s right, Gilmore Girls: A Year in ...

Since its release in 2011 on BBC, Black Mirror has accrued a cult following of sci-fi aficionados and reality TV buffs alike. Its unique premise, high production quality and psychological provocation make this show unforgettable. Each episode is an hour-long ...

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season two is unlike anything we’ve ever seen. Sure, deep in its DNA is Tina Fey’s work on 30 Rock and Saturday Night Live. And yes, it definitely keeps some small portion of the house style of ...

I spent the weekend wrestling with Love. The newest Netflix binger, a Judd Apatow production starring Community’s Gillian Jacobs and alternative comedian Paul Rust as two fundamentally damaged people navigating the world of twenty-something romance, is a little bit of ...

Spoilers in the article below. Marvel’s best villains are children. I don’t mean that in some existential content-based way where children are holding back the true darkness that Marvel needs — trust me, Marvel doesn’t need me to tell them ...

At first glance, “BoJack Horseman” is Netflix’s half-hearted attempt to dip its toes into the world of adult animation (which, as we all know, is a highly dignified and respected genre). Watch beyond the pilot, though, and you’ll find yourself ...

With original hits like “House of Cards” and “Orange Is the New Black,” Netflix has proved itself capable of producing quality storytelling. “Sense8,” an ambitious series created by siblings Lana and Andy Wachowski (the minds behind “The Matrix”) and writer ...

By Ilana Ander, Contributing Writer What happens when the dead come back to life? “Les Revenants” (“The Returned”), an amazing, yet disturbing television show found on Netflix from across the Atlantic ocean will have you questioning the implications of death ...

“My sense is that 2015 or 2016 will represent peak TV in America and that we’ll begin to see decline coming the year after that and beyond,” President of FX Networks John Landgraf said at this year’s seemingly endless semi-annual ...