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Photo courtesy of Vox  Story by Naffie Njie / Contributing Writer A brand new season of “Big Mouth” has arrived, and fans couldn’t wait to binge the entire thing in one night. Netflix has hundreds of other comedies, but none of them strikes the same tone that this show does. It’s rousing, and we find ourselves …

Photo courtesy of NBC Story by Leah Donato / Contributing Writer This post contains spoilers. The new hour-long season three premiere of “The Good Place,” which aired Thursday night on NBC, showed how this philosophical comedy is only going to get better and better from here. Nowadays, I’ve seen that most cable TV show comedies …

Photo courtesy of FX Yesterday marked the premiere of “American Horror Story” season six. Created by two of three creators of musical comedy-drama “Glee,” AHS follows the terrifying stories of a new selection of characters played by a recurring ensemble cast each season. Much to my satisfaction, the season premiere was void of the intense …

After a powerful season one finale back in October, the AMC spin-off-but-not-spin-off Fear the Walking Dead  opened its second season Sunday at what some would say is the most critical juncture thus far. It’s widely regarded that the second season of its counterpart The Walking Dead is one of its weakest, so the showrunners for the …

House of Cards is one of the most unique shows on any format of television with its depth and intrigue of a political drama and the sickening darkness of a crime noir. In three seasons, we have received the honor of seeing Francis Underwood’s powerful development. Kevin Spacey’s character has seen every form of torturous …

Martin Freeman Benedict Cumberbatch Sherlock The Abominable Bride

It’s no question that show-creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss — with Gatiss also starring as Mycroft Holmes — were a little ambitious with the design of the now-customary Christmas special, which is released around holiday time between seasons of Sherlock. Despite the alternate universe set in Victorian England, this quasi-special is curiously tied into the overall …