Category Archives: Jason Seligson

  1. ‘American Crime’ and the Power of Anthologies

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    September 9, 2016 by Jason Seligson

    The Emmys are one week away, and there’s still time to catch up on some of the shows you might have …
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  2. TV Redux: Girl Meets World, Fuller House, & 90s Nostalgia

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    March 31, 2016 by Jason Seligson

    It was Don Draper, beloved TV anti-hero, who famously taught us that nostalgia means “the pain of an old wound.” In …
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  3. ‘The Leftovers’ Ends its Genius Second Season

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    December 8, 2015 by Jason Seligson

    By Jason Seligson The Leftovers is the best show on TV. That’s what I’ve been saying to everyone I know—friends, …
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  4. Gilmore Girls, Revivals, and The Legacy of the WB

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    October 29, 2015 by Jason Seligson

    By Jason Seligson My sister and I grew up on TGIF and the The WB. We watched the childhood-defining greats …
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  5. Meat, Prey, Love: A Farewell to NBC’s ‘Hannibal’

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    September 18, 2015 by Jason Seligson

    By Jason Seligson SPOILER ALERT: This article discusses plot details from the final episode of Hannibal.  Brilliant. Beautiful. Grotesque. Hannibal was all of …
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  6. YA Corner: The Porcupine of Truth

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    August 18, 2015 by Jason Seligson

      By Jason Seligson It’s fitting that I both started and finished Bill Konigsberg’s The Porcupine of Truth in a car. So much …
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    April 15, 2015 by Jason Seligson

    I am simultaneously enthralled and fed up with supernatural stories. Culturally, it feels like we are long past the point of over-saturation. Alas, they …
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