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I reached out to the people of Twitter to gauge the video games anxious people are playing.
It quickly became apparent that David and Patrick’s relatively subdued relationship was what “Schitt’s Creek” viewers were most devoted to.
Celebrities are really leaning into saccharine nonsense.
Will we continue to support our sick and disabled friends who will remain in isolation, even after shelter in place orders have been lifted?
Céline Sciamma’s work applies warmth and connection to an act made to seem harsh and cold.
With wildly differing government rescue packages, the long term effects of coronavirus will depend largely on where people live.
The points these movies are making—that news is selectively curated, hosts can be vapid, and commercial television is motivated more by profit than public service—were perhaps shocking once but are now the least of our problems.
Customer-service workers are sick of being abused and devalued, and while their skits are funny, they’re also communicating a shift that needs to happen in a society that prides itself as progressive.
The crews of Station 19, Grey’s Anatomy, The Good Doctor, and New Amsterdam have all given their show’s supplies to hospitals in need
Many abortion patients are now at greater risk of uninterrupted, hostile behavior from anti-abortion protesters.
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