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Three TV shows that capture the reality of mental health

Mental health is a difficult concept to handle well. Many TV shows use issues such as depression, anxiety, self-harm or suicide as plot devices, and they often handle it poorly.…

Throwback: Frasier

Spin-offs can be a bit hit and miss. For every show like Angel or Better Call Saul, which supplement the rich worlds they are set in while also introducing new…

Big Mouth

Netflix’s Big Mouth provides a surprisingly accurate and honest portrayal of adolescence. The newest animated series on the block is about the trials and tribulations of going through puberty, following…

Rick & Morty

Rick and Morty Season Three was well worth the year and a half wait. Having rapidly become one of the most popular shows on television right now, there was considerable…

The Good Place review: A hilarious montage of disaster

NBC’s The Good Place has yet to reach high viewing numbers or global recognition, but its favourable reviews are definitely well deserved. Created by Michael Schur (co-creator of Parks and…

Bojack Horseman

The fourth season of Bojack Horseman is as heartbreaking and witty as ever. As usual, the show provides a scathing satire on hot-button issues, with episodes featuring commentary on everything…