The era of Peak TV was in full swing from 2010-2019, which meant audiences were overwhelmed with quality series across broadcast, cable, and streaming services. It wasn’t just the highbrow dramas that gave us exceptional, layered character development, either. Comedies made us think while we laughed out loud, and even reality TV dazzled us with
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Nominations for the 26th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced Wednesday morning, and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel continued to be a big force on the awards front.  The Rachel Brosnahan-led Amazon Prime Video comedy picked up four total nominations, leading the TV Pack.  The Crown, Game of Thrones, Stranger Things, The Morning Show, Fleabag,
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“The apocalypse was the best thing that ever happened,” is what Josh Wheeler (Colin Ford), an average and unremarkable 17-year-old LA transplant, says to kick off Daybreak. One of the best genre entries of the year, Netflix’s post-apocalyptic dramedy about teenagers living through the end of the world starts with an invitation to have a
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The Golden Globes are always the most eclectic and least predictable of the major awards shows, and this year is no exception. The nominees for the 77th Golden Globe Awards contain plenty of the expected nominees, like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and The Irishman, but there are many missing names (where’s When They See Us?)
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The Blacklist is back, and still teasing. Or perhaps it’s just trolling. The pre-Thanksgiving episode of the show built to a pair of semi-cliffhangers suggesting that both the characters and the audience were about to learn significant truths. Frustrated with Frank/Iyla’s (Brett Cullen) lack of cooperation, Katarina (Laila Robins) vowed to take her torture plan
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