Television

Maeve Orlowski-Scherer July 02, 2020
A cartoon series from a decade ago proves to have profound lessons for today.
Cate Blanchett as Phyllis Schlafly in “Mrs. America” (photo: Hulu)
Christina O’Brien June 26, 2020
As a Catholic active in the growing pro-life feminist movement, I found myself fascinated and motivated by “Mrs. America.”
‘Gentefied’ features a refreshingly diverse and still all-Latino cast (photo: Netflix).
Antonio De Loera-Brust June 11, 2020
“Gentefied” tackles an important issue with nuance and compassion.
Isabelle Senechal May 29, 2020
“Mrs. America” is the best political drama on television right now, and perhaps the greatest feminocentric period piece to date.
John Anderson May 29, 2020
One of the basics of comedy is the element of surprise, and Hannah Gadsby’s “Nanette” surprised us by not being comedy.
Zac Davis May 19, 2020
“The Last Dance” is not documentary but hagiography. Many commentators mean this as a criticism, but here is the thing: Hagiographies are important—and compelling.