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Review: Narcos

Netflix’s latest original series Narcos is about the rise and fall of Pablo Escobar as well as the DEA agents who hunted him. It’s not my favorite show, but it is interesting enough and does enough stuff right that it’s worth reviewing. 801 more words


DS9: A Show of Two Tales

DS9 is a show about many things, but broadly speaking it wants to tell two kinds of stories. The first is a show about religion and faith. 856 more words


Your Sunday Reading -- The Sea of Crises

Go read The Sea of Crises, by Brian Phillips, on Grantland.

A sumo wrestling tournament.
A failed coup ending in seppuku.
A search for a forgotten man.

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And the Future Looks So Bleak: the Lack of Optimistic Scifi on TV

The Golden Age of TV, the Television Renaissance, or whatever you want to call the upsurge in quality for the better part of the past decade has been marked by several common denominators, grittiness being at the top of the list. 1,013 more words


Summer Media

When the kids are at camp, I can finally get around to watching Game of Thrones.

You know, it’s a much better TV show than book, but I’m watching by inertia. 260 more words

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The VStream TV Media Center is the newest generation of multimedia player and entertainment gateway for your TV!

The latest technology based on the Android system enables many applications including web browsing, 2D & 3D games, video chat, and other streaming applications to view your favorite TV Shows and movies! 31 more words


Ableism and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Part 2

Last week I started to talk about ableism in Deep Space Nine, which you can find here. This week, I continue the discussion by looking at another two episodes and offer some thoughts to bring it all together. 2,350 more words