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A few of the jokes haven't aged super well, but this is still one of the most influential sitcoms of our time. If you like to laugh, at least half your favorite shows probably owe some of their DNA, one way or another, to 30 Rock.
Don't take my word for it, take two people's words for it. This is the greatest trash show of the new year and, yes, I am including Winter Love Island (U.K.)
Natasha Lyonne stars in this extraordinarily brilliant series about a woman trapped to relive her birthday over and over again, dying repeatedly, until she figures out just what the hell is going on. What begins as a quirky high-concept comedy subtly transforms over its first season to become a twisty metaphysical take on being painfully human. And some of those deaths are wild.
Flight of the Conchords
I rewatched Season One of Flight of the Conchords on a whim an, what do you know? It's a sensitive and fully unique show about the artistic struggle and deep friendship that still holds up. A salve.
The Good Place
Just a few weeks left to stream the best sitcom on TV before it shuts down forever. I'm going to miss these morally corrupted weirdos.
Have you still not checked out the fuss over Baby Yoda? What are you doing with your life? Sure, the rest of the show is pretty hit-and-miss (it's essentially a Western, meaning you can drop a bunch of the middle episodes and still not miss much) but the performances are good, the writing's clever, and it's so nice spending some time in what feels like the classic Star Wars movies again.
As the decade comes to a close, Kyle McGovern presents a ranking of the films that defined a tumultuous time for the Academy.
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