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    The Leftovers: Let the Mystery Be

    Originally published on July 20, 2018, “The Leftovers: Let the Mystery Be” is the beginning of a series of articles on the show written by Caemeron Crain, and is now the first episode of The TV Obsessive Channel on Podbean. Read by the author and soundtracked by Daniel Siuba, you can click play to listen, […] More

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    Ten Favorite Television Theme Songs

    Whenever I watch Friends on Netflix I always want to press “skip the intro” when The Rembrandt’s title theme begins, not because “I’ll Be There For You” is a bad song but since 1994, I’ve heard it more times than I have my own name. However, if a theme song is really good, it doesn’t […] More

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    The Decade of Damon Lindelof

    There’s something very fitting about this decade being bookended by shows Damon Lindelof was at the helm of. In January of 2010, television fans were abuzz about long-time ABC hit Lost coming to an end. As 2019 comes to a close, Watchmen, Lindelof’s third hit series to air in the past 10 years, is the […] More

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    Let The Mystery Be: The Enrichment of Early Lost

    Let me start with a confession (there’s no other way around it): I am not an unconditional fan of Lost. In fact, as far as the work of Damon Lindelof, one of Lost’s main showrunners, is concerned, I think The Leftovers (where this article has taken its title from) is not only better than Lost, […] More

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    The Cure, Watchmen, and MIB International

    Welcome to What’s the Buzz, where members of our staff provide you with recommendations on a weekly basis. This week’s entries come from: Cheryl Lee Latter, John Bernardy and Tim Fuglei. Cheryl: Sydney Opera House is a most fitting location to revisit a record steeped in imagery of water, as The Cure recently live streamed the […] More

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    Favorites: Opening Title Sequences

    Favorites takes a lighter approach to the material we normally cover. Each week, we will take you through a list of favorites—whether it’s moments, scenes, episodes, characters, lines of dialogue, whatever!—in bite-sized articles perfect for your lunch break, a dull commute, or anywhere you need to take a Moment of Zen. So, sit back and […] More

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