It has been a chaotic and, more often than not, extremely contentious election year. Donald Trump and Joe Biden, alongside their respective running mates, Mike Pence and Kamala Harris, have spent the last few months ramping up their presidential campaigns. In that time, Americans have probably seen enough debates and town halls to last a lifetime.
[The following contains spoilers for the Season 4 premiere of The Good Doctor. Read at your own risk!] The Good Doctor is back! And while we are happy to see Dr. Shaun Murphy back to treating patients and the doctors of St. Bonaventure Hospital making us feel safe on a weekly basis, the premiere was
Netflix’s Top 10 list is like a never-ending horse race with shows jockeying for position, fading, then ultimately being sent to the glue factory at alarming rates (we miss you, GLOW!). But because Netflix never reveals proper ratings, it’s pretty much the only way we know whether or not a series or movie is doing
There isn’t a ton of new stuff to watch this week, and that might be because Netflix doesn’t want to compete with the news. There’s an election this week, you know? History is being made, and TV, like most of us, is mostly thinking about that this week. Election night coverage is pretty much the
How did you celebrate Halloween? Jim Carrey‘s Joe Biden kicked his off with a message to the American people in the Saturday Night Live cold open — this was, of course, the last episode of the show before the Nov. 3 election — where he came to read a scary story of potential election outcomes.