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Brittany Davis

Baby Reindeer: An anti-hero, a stalker and your biases walk into a bar

Every once in a while a TV show comes along that is so hard to watch, but its message makes it impossible to look away. This latest instance is “Baby Reindeer,” a new hit show on Netflix. It’s a series… Continue Reading →

Examining The Real Beef In Beef

After watching Beef sweep pretty much every award it was eligible for this award season—the Emmys, Golden Globes, SAG Awards, Critics Choice—and the rumblings of casting for the newly announced Season 2 —I figured it was time to see what all… Continue Reading →

Season 2 of The Bear Cooked Up A Beautiful, Complicated Story About Family

Sure, FX’s series The Bear is technically a show about cooking—just look at the way “Yes, Chef” took off across the internet last season. It had viewers craving the dishes made and real chefs and BOH (back of house) cooks… Continue Reading →

‘Shrinking’ grief into ‘Tiny, Beautiful Things’

Grief is a theme that has casually been explored in TV shows in the past, but hasn’t really been the core tenet of shows—until now. And it’s for good reason, right? It’s grief. It’s messy, depressing, painful—it’s not necessarily what… Continue Reading →

Ted Lasso Celebratess the Power of Athletes & Mental Health

There are a lot of reasons you should be watching the Apple TV+ breakout hit Ted Lasso. The critical acclaim. The optimism. The unanimous appeal of Roy Kent. But one of the biggest reasons is the show’s timeliness. While the… Continue Reading →

Grey’s Anatomy: Goodbye, Karev

Last week we said goodbye to yet another Grey’s OG, Alex Karev. Fans were eagerly awaiting to see how his character would say goodbye, since Justin Chambers made his abrupt departure from the series. So, with the dust settled, and… Continue Reading →

Grey’s Anatomy Delivers One of the Most Powerful Episodes of Series

Grey’s Anatomy is no stranger to powerful, moving episodes. The show, which is in its 15th season, has tackled everything from school shootings and addiction, to trans rights and racism. However, the most recent episode, aptly titled, “Silent All These… Continue Reading →

God Friended Me: Why You Should “LIKE” the CBS Drama

God Friended Me centers on Miles, a self-proclaimed atheist who runs “The Millennial Prophet,” a podcast where he dissects religion, faith and the universe at large. One day, he receives a friend request from a user named God and after… Continue Reading →

Insecure: Season 3 Premiere Recap

#Insecure is back and better than ever. Or, at least that’s what Issa, Molly & co. are trynna be. “Know better, do better” was a key theme throughout last night’s premiere, and let’s just say it looks like these ladies… Continue Reading →

5 Things To Know From SMILF’s “For Your Consideration” Event

Last night, the ladies of Showtime’s #SMILF held an Emmy’s For Your Consideration screening and panel at The Whitney Museum. There, Frankie Shaw, Rosie O’Donnell, Connie Britton, talked Season 1, feminism, and what it’s like being led by Shaw and her… Continue Reading →