Television

Products featured are independently selected by our editorial team and we may earn a commission from purchases made from our links; the retailer may also receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes. Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Blake Shelton are back in their seats for another season of The Voice this week, with Ariana Grande
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The Emmys are always the Fredo Corleone of the Hollywood award-show crime family — they want respect, but they’re lucky if they get a little pity and/or the occasional banana daiquiri. They always get overshadowed by their glitzier, glammier, drunker siblings. But even by Emmy standards, the 73rd annual event was a tedious mess. If
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“Believe it or not,” Dr. Jean Milburn tells an acquaintance during Season Three of Netflix’s high school comedy Sex Education, “I don’t think everything comes back to sex.” This is an interesting statement from Jean (Gillian Anderson), a therapist specializing in sexual relationships, who is among the most sex-positive characters ever to appear on television.
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Last year’s Primetime Emmy Awards were defined by dominance. Pop TV’s Schitt’s Creek became the first series in Emmys history to sweep all four acting categories in its genre, while also winning for writing, directing, and Outstanding Comedy Series. HBO’s Watchmen and Succession didn’t do quite as well in, respectively, the limited series and drama
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UPDATE (9/13): Netflix has released the first trailer for its upcoming limited series based on the life of football player and activist, Colin Kaepernick. The clip for Colin Black & White features contemporary narration from Kaepernick, mixed with scenes from the show, in which Jaden Michael portrays the future quarterback as a teenager. ** Netflix has announced
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