Arts & CultureTelevision
Marie Glancy O’Shea
Both the heroes and villains of “Ted Lasso” remain quite ordinary. And it is the show’s portrayal of that daily reckoning with good and evil, those small temptations, that make it easy to relate to.
FaithNews Analysis
Colleen Dulle
How did a Catholic TV station known for its prayer programs get involved in broadcasting attacks on the pope that he felt compelled to publicly denounce as “the work of the devil”?
 Father Paul Hill (Hamish Linklater) as Father Paul Hill in ‘Midnight Mass’ (photo: IMDB)
Arts & CultureTelevision
Nick Ripatrazone
“Midnight Mass” feels like a throwback to the world that received “The Exorcist” in 1973.
Photo: Netflix
Arts & CultureTelevision
Ben Rothman
The show is not about Haredi Jews; rather, it is about humans who happen to be ultra-orthodox religious.
Arts & CultureIdeas
Jim McDermott
Maybe the problem is not that men or “celebrities” don’t know how to be vulnerable or messy but that we don’t like to be reminded that they are. (And we are, too.)
Arts & CultureTelevision
Sarah Vincent
Social justice scandals play out in Netflix's newest hit "The Chair", echoing college campuses across the country. The show's empathy is remarkable, but as a recent graduate, some scenes hit too close to home.