BY SOPHIA KAUFMAN
As a show that actively focuses on groups that have been prejudiced against and silenced in much of the past, especially in the media, it has potential to help spread new understandings of different sexualities and lifestyles.
BY ALEX INTNER
Though it’s not perfect, the first two episodes produce a highly entertaining hour of television, putting it among the better television musicals.
BY DREW MARON
If some found Peggy in “First Avenger” as just another beautiful love-interest, “Agent Carter” smashes that notion with a roundhouse kick to the jugular.
BY TV/NEW MEDIA WRITERS
1. “Mad Men”
“Are you ready? Because I want you to pay attention. This is the beginning of something.” -Freddy Rumsen
BY MATTHEW BARNAUSKAS
Rather than constant escalation, the episode saw most characters intentionally avoid killing, only to see their efforts tragically fail. “Coda” wasn’t the strongest episode of this half-season, but it was an intriguing change of pace that put previous episodes into perspective.
BY CATHERINE SULPIZIO
“One Child” typifies the high-caliber content migrating to television. It’s skillfully paced and harrowing, composed with judicious doses of both psychodrama and political commentary.
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