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‘Loki’ Will Return for Season Two

The finale of Marvel’s Loki aired last week, but it probably left more questions than answers for the MCU fans. In the end-credits of the finale, it is revealed that Loki will return for season two, making it the first Marvel TV series on Disney Plus to have a second season.

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Kenan Thompson Nominated for Two Emmy Awards

It has been a truly remarkable year for actor and comedian Kenan Thompson. He just came off of his eighteenth year on ‘Saturday Night Live,’ his new sitcom ‘Kenan’ premiered on NBC with a stellar first season, and he is being honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame as a part of the Class of 2022. Now, adding on to all of those other accomplishments, Thompson has been nominated for two Emmy Awards!

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Are Adult Cartoons Relying on “Gross-Out” Humor?

Before you call me a party pooper: I’m the first to laugh at a potty joke, and the last to stop laughing. From a young age, I’ve found them enjoyable, and to this day I live by the code, “never too prideful for potty jokes.”
But there’s a point where you need more. One pattern that I’ve noticed in TV shows, especially in adult cartoons, is the tendency to lean into potty humor as the show progresses.

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Why ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Is Better Than ‘The Bachelorette’

After a brief hiatus following the conclusion of Matt James’ season of ‘The Bachelor,’ ‘The Bachelorette’ has finally started airing. This season features Bachelorette Katie Thurston, a 30-year-old woman from Seattle who is looking to meet the love of her life. While the season has been entertaining thus far — and is there anyone sweeter than Michael?! — I can’t help but count down the days until ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ premieres in August.

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Already Missing ‘The Bold Type?’ Watch ‘Good Trouble’ on Hulu

Hit Freeform show ‘The Bold Type’ airs its final episode on June 30th, and many fans are devastated. I personally did not know what to do with myself upon hearing that ‘The Bold Type’ would come to an end this summer after falling in love with characters Jane, Sutton, Kat, and their journey at Scarlet Magazine. However, after hours of browsing Netflix and Hulu, I discovered another show with strong female friendships and an interest in examining current news: Freeform’s ‘Good Trouble.’

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Why ‘Fleabag’ is a Modern Masterpiece

Fleabag is a TV show created by, written by, and starring British actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Adapted from her one-woman show, the story follows a woman only known as Fleabag, as she navigates her life in London. The premise may not seem very interesting, but the show has been hailed as one of best TV series in the 21st Century by many critics.

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‘StartUp’ is a Great Series to Binge-Watch on Netflix

In 2016, video streaming platform Crackle released the series StartUp and the series was renewed for an additional two seasons. In May 2021, Netflix made the series StartUp available on their platform, expanding the show’s audience significantly. After binge-watching the show, I would recommend this show to anyone who is looking for a new show to watch.

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The Bold Type Returns for Fifth and Final Season on Freeform

The Bold Type won my heart when it premiered in 2017. Set in New York City, the show follows three best friends, Kat, Jane, and Sutton, who work at Scarlet, a women’s magazine. I love this show because while — in typical Freeform fashion — it is about drama and romance; it is also centered around female friendships and real-world issues. Viewers have watched as Kat explores her sexual identity, Jane struggle with breast cancer, and Sutton and her husband go through a divorce. The women of The Bold Type are simultaneously glamorous and vulnerable — as many real women are.

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John Oliver dupes local stations

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver is known for going the extra mile in order to make an important point, and his most recent show was not an exception. Whether it’s founding his own tax-exempt religion to explore the corruption of televangelists or buying items from Russel Crowe’s “Divorce auction” just to display them in the last remaining blockbuster, the acclaimed host likes to shell out the big bucks for a big laugh.

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Scooby Doo reunion special in the works

To say the Mystery Gang is “returning” would feel inacc u since they’ve been on our screens in movie and TV form in different ways and mediums for over 50 years. But a new Scooby Doo is coming to the CW, for a reunion special.

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Netflix Show “Yasuke” Features the First Black Samurai

Netflix’s recently released animated series was inspired by the first Black samurai, who was known as Yasuke. Kat Moon’s Time magazine article dives into his story in detail: Yasuke arrived in Japan in 1579 from Africa alongside an Italian Jesuit missionary. While there are many holes in his story, records say that he was a samurai warrior under the impactful feudal lord Oda Nobunaha.

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American Idol Kicks Off Contestant Caleb Kennedy after Racist Video Surfaces Online

Any die-hard fan of American Idol was likely shocked to see country singer Caleb Kennedy, who successfully made it to the Top Five on Sunday night, get booted off the show after a problematic video of him surfaced on Twitter.

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