Minorities In Television Part 2: Religion

Is it a good idea to include religious content in our regular TV viewing? I went into this article thinking about wanting more diversity on TV when it comes to religion (particularly because awareness of peoples’ actual beliefs and honest portrayals would do a lot toward understanding each other and breaking down stereotypes), but after doing some research, I’m not so sure my first thoughts were sound. What does religion

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After announcing to his podcast audience over the weekend that Sony had offered him the opportunity to return as show runner to Community, Dan Harmon has finally announced via his Twitter account that he will, in fact, be returning to the show for its newly announced fifth season, a development that will no doubt delight fans of the show who were somewhat disappointed by the critical and commercial decline of the

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I came away from Community’s penultimate episode of season four, “Heroic Origins,” with mixed feelings once again. As has happened time and time again this season, “new” Community has left me with little else to do except shrug my shoulders, and say, “Okay, fine.” It’s a tough situation. Anyone who says this new season is terrible, unwatchable, or worthless is clearly overreacting. There’s still a lot to love in the absence of Dan Harmon

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While still not living up to the show’s pre-season four quality level, “Basic Human Anatomy” certainly managed to improve upon last week’s disappointing outing and even managed to save some time for the ever elusive (during this season) examination of its characters. There was a lot to love this week, and it helps that, on paper, this episode had a lot going for it from the beginning. It is Oscar-winning writer Jim

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