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Meryl Streep Steals the Spotlight in ‘Only Murders in the Building’ Season 3: TV Review

Meryl Streep has taken on some transformative roles in her time, but in the third season of “Only Murders in the Building,” the star takes on her biggest stretch yet. In her return to serialized TV, Streep plays Loretta, an actress…

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‘Secret Invasion’ Series Premiere Recap

Secret Invasion, The first TV show of the MCU’s Phase 5 gets off to a tantalizing but overstuffed start, with stakes that depend on past Marvel stories The season premiere of Secret Invasion is bookended by a pair of notable deaths. Despite…

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And Just Like That…: Thank God Carrie’s Finally Having Sex in the City Again

And Just Like That…, Season two of the Sex and the City revival is already more fun and flirty than season one. Still Watching: And Just Like That takes a seat at the brunch table with Vanity Fair editor in…

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‘The Bear’ Season 2 Review: Asks, ‘Why Work in the Troubled Restaurant Industry at All?’

‘The Bear’ Season 2 has premiered on Hulu. The cast chaotically tries to build a new restaurant—and gets existential about working in the food world. FX’s The Bear is back for Season 2 on Hulu, and food nerds (including yours truly) are…

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The Machine review – standup comedian makes for limp movie star

The Machine, Bert Kreischer turns a famous routine into a full-length movie with some surprising visual style but a lack of laughter If you’re going to put a standup comedian into a big, climactic fight scene, it better be really…

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Fubar Review: Arnold Schwarzenegger’s TV series debut in recognizable ways

Arnold Schwarzenegger makes the natural progression from movie star to California governor to Netflix series with “Fubar,” which is basically a father-daughter version of his 1994 James Cameron movie “True Lies.” Marking the star’s series debut, it’s a slim idea stretched…

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Deborah James: Bowelbabe in Her Own Words review – the incredible woman who made us check our poo

Deborah James, In this moving and powerful film, the trailblazing cancer campaigner shares her story hilariously and candidly – right up to the moment of her death What kind of cancer patient will you be? If you don’t already know,…

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‘The Last Kingdom: Seven Kings Must Die’ Review: Flesh Wounds

Soldiers face off over the fate of England in this overbearingly glib costume drama. Far too often, “The Last Kingdom: Seven Kings Must Die,” an incomprehensible period epic based on the five-season television series “The Last Kingdom,” mistakes the mere…

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Obsession, Netflix, review: Just another throwaway shagfest

Obsession, The streamer’s latest erotic thriller is neither erotic nor thrilling There will be a huge cohort of Netflix subscribers devastated by the recent cancellation of the streamer’s soft porn drama Sex/Life. No, really — loads of people actually sat through two seasons…

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‘Grey’s Anatomy’: Why Did Kelly McCreary Leave as Maggie?

The doctor is out. Thursday’s Grey’s Anatomy double header marked the end of Kelly McCreary’s nine-ish-season run as Maggie Pierce, the previously-unknown daughter of Richard Webber and the late Ellis Grey. As the actress sets off to pursue other opportunities, she spares a…

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