Television

Laurie Davidson as William Shakespeare in "Will" (photo: TNT)
Arts & Culture Television
John AndersonJuly 08, 2017
The story of Shakespeare is eternally appealing, because we want to know what confluence of circumstances, or divine blessing, could produce such a towering figure.
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Arts & Culture Television
Jim McDermottJune 28, 2017
‘Kimmy’ takes on everything about life that is hard and makes it all so much bigger and more absurd.
Arts & Culture Television
Eloise BlondiauMay 26, 2017
In the hyper-curated, beautiful world that Dev lives in, a scene that conveys the touching, ugly stubbornness of marriage seems totally impossible.
Arts & Culture Television
Nick Ripatrazone May 18, 2017
Sister Cathy Cesnik went missing one night in 1969. The case remains unsolved.
Kyle MacLachlan in Showtime's relaunch of "Twin Peaks" (photo: CBS)
Arts & Culture Television
Jim McDermottMay 17, 2017
Our lives, “Twin Peaks” suggested, are far weirder than we generally care to consider, more ridiculous and more frightening
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Arts & Culture Television
Wyatt MasseyMay 16, 2017
Is belief still alive in America? What do we mean when we say “I believe in God” or "I believe in America”? This week’s episode of “American Gods” is a great place to start.