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    Andi Mack: Season 1 – Summary/ Review (with Spoilers)

    What Girl Meets World started for the Disney Channel, Andi Mack picks up the baton. In its first season, it leads Disney away from the overtly silly characters and makes things more real. Topics which perhaps may have been taboo or for one-off episodes like discovering one’s homosexuality or unwed, possibly teenaged, pregnancy are made as part of the core story. A story which, perhaps for the first time on the channel, is squarely focused on a young bi-racial Asian girl. Thus not only bringing us a step into modern times with story but also in terms of racial diversity. But that is just the tip of the iceberg. Community Rating: 74.13% (6)

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    The Carmichael Show: Season 1 & 2 – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Being politically correct, or fearing backlash, has changed the output of comedy. This can especially be said for network TV for the Archie Bunker types could never get a green light nowadays. However, The Carmichael Show seems to dance on that line. The line of which what an overly sensitive culture will allow for comedy yet will praise for its insight. So with the 3rd season coming this Wednesday, let’s talk about the last two. Community Rating: 65.71% (2)

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    Tracy Morgan: Staying Alive – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    In Tracy Morgan: Still Alive, Morgan proves he is much more than the Black guy from 30 Rock or SNL, or the dude who made millions off of Walmart. Community Rating: 0.00% (0) - No Community Ratings Submitted.

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    Thirteen Reasons Why: Season 1 – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Thirteen Reasons Why: Season 1 sets an almost impossible standard for what may follow. For YA novels, Netflix has presented an adaptation which is no holds barred and barely snips away at anything. In fact, it does what many don’t think to do. It fleshes out the characters who we heard about in the books, and makes them human, complicated, and makes it harder to just take the protagonist’s side. But what it also does is make its subject, both suicide and Hannah, into something which you develop hard to explain feelings on. For whether you have had suicidal thoughts, know someone who does, or know someone who killed themselves, this series forces you to reflect on your feelings. In terms of what you can do, could do, and trying to understand why someone would do that to themselves. Community Rating: 0.00% (0) - No Community Ratings Submitted.

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    Dave Chappelle: The Age of Spin – Summary/ Review (with Spoilers)

    After the “Meh” Trevor Noah special and Amy Schumer’s which was, like a cheap knockoff of a brand name comedian, Chappelle redeems Netflix’s comedy lineup with “The Age of Spin.” Community Rating: 55.55% (1)

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    Red Band Society: Season 1/ Episode 1 – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview In probably the best series premiere I have seen, perhaps in my life, we are given this vibrant little world which will lead you to falling in love with each and every single character. Even the obnoxious one. Community Rating: 0.00% (0) - No Community Ratings Submitted.

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