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The 2023 Writers Guild of America Strike Explained

Last week, social media erupted when the Writers Guild of America went on strike. Didn’t hear about it? Well, you will soon.

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Wait — What Is the Twilight TV Show Even About?

A television series based on Stephanie Meyers’ Twilight Saga has just been picked up by Lionsgate TV. Here’s what we know so far:

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in Twilight

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One of the most significant pop culture phenomena for youth in the 2000s was Stephanie Meyers’ Twilight. The books, the five-part movie series, the years of Team Jacob and Team Edward merchandise — you couldn’t escape them. The series spawned a collection of spin-offs, a decade of supernatural romance content (Vampire-mania just about rivaled Beatles-mania at some point), and rocketed Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart to superstardom.

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The Wizarding World is coming back to life — I don’t think it ever died — but it will be returning in the form of a decade-long TV series.

Before we get into my thoughts on that… a brief Harry Potter generational overview:

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Return of the Roys: Succession is Back and Better Than Ever

What can we expect from Season 4 of HBO's Succession?

The Roy Kids in Succession Season 4, Episode 1

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They’re back: our favorite toxic, turbulent family. The Roys returned on March 26 in Succession Season 4, the HBO Max dramedy’s suspense-filled final season.

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Pack your bags, we’re going to an AFC Richmond game. Ted Lasso Season 3 is officially back on Apple TV+, which is great news for just about everyone on the whole entire planet. The 40-time Emmy nominated show follows American coach Ted Lasso (Jason Sudeikis) as he tries to wrangle the English soccer team, AFC Richmond.

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Whenever I watch an awards ceremony for the “biggest names in Hollywood,” I regret tuning in about 30 minutes in. It sounds like a great idea to watch The Oscars in theory, but in practice, it’s more agonizing than a low-scoring football game. Last night’s 95th Annual Academy Awards hosted by Jimmy Kimmel held us hostage and threatened to go on for almost four hours.

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