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    Larks & Recs: Gen V, Littlewood, and The Holdovers

    Because somehow it’s February already, welcome back to Larks & Recs! Each week, members of the TVObs staff assemble to recommend cool things in the world, or sometimes go on a bit of a lark about whatever is on their minds. In this edition, Cat Smith recommends Gen V, Robin Moon has been playing Littlewood, […] More

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    Laughing Along With Star Trek’s Lower Decks

    Editor’s Note: This piece on Star Trek: Lower Decks was written during the 2023 WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. Without the labor of the writers and actors currently on strike, the series being covered here wouldn’t exist. In the last few years, we have seen a major resurgence of the Star Trek brand on TV. Once […] More

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    Riding Along with Netflix’s The Lincoln Lawyer

    Editor’s Note: This piece on The Lincoln Lawyer was written during the 2023 WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. Without the labor of the writers and actors currently on strike, the series being covered here wouldn’t exist. Legal thrillers have been around for almost as long as TV has; however, they really burst onto the scene and […] More

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    On the Enduring Appeal of Around the Horn

    I don’t remember when Around the Horn premiered on ESPN. According to Wikipedia, it was in 2002 and the show was originally hosted by Max Kellerman, but for me this is kind of like how Chuck Woolery was the host of Wheel of Fortune before Pat Sajak—I can hardly imagine Around the Horn without Tony […] More

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    Taboo — A Wickedly Good Show

    I recall watching FX at some point in 2017 and seeing brief promos for the show Taboo. I thought it looked intriguing, plus Tom Hardy was the star, and who doesn’t love Tom Hardy? FX has an amazing track record (in my opinion) when it comes to its programming. So, I told myself I’d give […] More

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    We Recommend: Gay Bar, Volcano, Hello Tomorrow!

    Welcome back! It’s time for some staff recommendations. This month, Caemeron encourages you to catch up on Hello Tomorrow! on Apple TV+, Christopher has been reading Gay Bar: Why We Went Out by Jeremy Atherton Lin, and Cat spills a lot of virtual ink singing the praises of the 1997 disaster movie Volcano. Honestly, after […] More

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    Check Out Tulsa King, Meet The Boss, and (Re)watch BoJack Horseman

    Welcome back! It’s time for another edition of Larks & Recs, wherein you’ll find recommendations from our esteemed group of writers and the occasional lark into foreign territory. This week, Hawk Ripjaw is watching Tulsa King, Clay Dockery discovers some new music, and Robin Moon is revisiting BoJack Horseman. What have you been into lately? […] More

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