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A scene from ‘Christmas with the Chosen: The Messengers.’ (Photo © AAPROPHOTO)
Arts & CultureTelevision
Kathryn Post – Religion News Service
The director and creator Dallas Jenkins speaks about why this fresh take on the Christmas story might be especially needed now.
Death is there from the very beginning of ‘The Sopranos,’ and it’s telling you something (photo: Alamy).
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Simcha Fisher
‘The Sopranos’ is ultimately about the day when Tony Soprano will not wake up.
Netflix
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Jim McDermottKeara Hanlon
Red light, green light, 123: Two of America’s writers consider the Netflix juggernaut.
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Terrance Klein
What does a Catholic priest make of “Midnight Mass”? Is the Netflix show anti-Catholic?
Arts & CultureTelevision
Jim McDermott
I find Dave Chappelle’s concept of empathy for transgender people worth considering — both for what it includes and misses.
Kate Winselt in ‘Mare of Easttown,’ Sarah Lancashire in ‘Happy Valley’ and Olivia Coleman and David Tennant in ‘Broadchurch’ (photos: HBO/BBC/ITV)
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Rob Weinert-Kendt
These shows shine an intimate, even glaring light on humanity in its less flattering manifestations.