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Review: Don’t judge ‘Love’ series by its name

Paul Rust (left) and Gillian Jacobs in "Love." Credit: Courtesy of TNS

From the man who wrote “The 40 Year Old Virgin” and “Knocked Up” comes an original series where Judd Apatow brings “Love” to Netflix. “Love” combines comedy and drama —cleverly named “dramedy” — with fresh faces and an addictive storyline. The series is 10 episodes ...

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Channel J: Broad City is goals

Abbi Jacobson, left, and Ilana Glazer in "Broad City" on Comedy Central. Credit: Courtesy of TNS

Comedy Central has a few gems on its network, but I initially didn’t see “Broad City” being one of them. I actually hadn’t heard of the show until Crissle West, co-host of “The Read” podcast and “Drunk History” commentator, mentioned the show on the podcast. ...

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Channel J: ‘Making a Murderer’ is blasphemy

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Manitowoc, Wis. is a fellow Midwestern city, about eight hours northwest of Columbus, that I had never heard of. It wasn’t until I read spews of tweets on my Twitter timeline that mentioned the city — along with huge skepticism of America’s justice system — ...

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Opinion: Shonda Rhimes should have tenure

For the past 12 years, Shonda Rhimes has been allowing us to enter the dramatic and exciting world of ShondaLand every Thursday night. Having written and produced three very popular dramas, Rhimes has full control over many viewers’ Thursday nights. As a dedicated fan of ...

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Opinion: New web series true to millennial spirit

If you can imagine Fetty Wap lyrics as wall decals in script next to lit artisan Thai candles, you understand how to be a millennial. This aesthetic is similarly demonstrated in the new web series “The Bedford Stop,” about four girls moving to Williamsburg, Brooklyn.  ...

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