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Streaming through Corona II: serial edition

in Culture / Entertainment/TV
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Our entertainment recommendations for Corona times continues with TV shows. Find your new obsession, from cartoons to prestige dramas.

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Sacred Games: a “spider net” from India

in Culture / Entertainment/TV
Sacred Games is the new "spider net" by Netflix, capturing Indians and other international audiences. (Photo: public domain)
Sacred Games is the new "spider net" by Netflix, capturing Indians and other international audiences. (Photo: public domain)

Netflix is spreading its reach all over the world. The digital giant now enters the Indian market full-on with its first Indian original, the ensnaring thriller “Sacred Games.” Here’s an enthusiastic review from a Leipzig-based filmmaker.

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Holiday commercials: naughty and nice

in Culture / Entertainment/TV
Yes, advertisers use the holiday season to reinforce traditional family stereotypes. They use holiday ads to foster mass consumerism. But they still produce some damn good holiday commercials, or at least ones that make you laugh, for whatever reason. I'm not a shopper, but felt like sharing them with you. Happy 2018! (Photo: public domain)
Yes, advertisers use the holiday season to reinforce traditional family stereotypes. They use holiday ads to foster mass consumerism. But they still produce some damn good holiday commercials, or at least ones that make you laugh, for whatever reason. I'm not a shopper, but felt like sharing them with you. Happy 2018! (Photo: public domain)

They might make you laugh; they might make you cry. But they won’t go unnoticed.

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Nostalgia, books and “The Durrells in Corfu”

in Literature/Travel/TV
PBS poster for "The Durrells in Corfu," widely used in publicizing the series.
PBS poster for "The Durrells in Corfu," widely used in publicizing the series.

Before parting with my classmates, before embarking for the big adventure called adult life, we enjoyed Corfu in the spring with its sunsets, its old buildings, its incredibly beautiful landscapes.

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Cooking up TV crack: “How to Get Away with Murder”

in Reviews/TV

What’s the recipe for making a highly addictive TV show – besides the base ingredients of murder and sex?

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Could you survive in the arctic wilderness?

in Philosophies/TV

Living on the bare minimum requires maximum skill.

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