TV/New Media

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Thirteen years ago, the first episode of “Mad Men” aired on AMC. The show’s television success was something of a marvel given its noticeably slow-paced, character-driven story.

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Ever since the University of Michigan student body received University President Mark Schlissel’s email detailing the effects of COVID-19 on the winter semester, we’ve immersed ourselves in a digital world.

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In 2013 three Black organizers — Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors and Opal Tometi — coined the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter in response to the murder of Trayvon Martin; the Black Lives Matter movement has resurged in full force seven years later.

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Ever since the U-M student body received President Schlissel’s email detailing the effects of COVID-19 on the winter semester, we’ve immersed ourselves in a digital world.

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Many unexpected developments have happened over the course of the past several months, but for me, the most unexpected has been my new-found love for a family of furry hippo-like trolls.

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In 2009, very few Star Wars fans anticipated that “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” a dinky children’s show on Cartoon Network, would feature an event like Order 66. In the nicest terms, the early “Clone Wars” animation was stylized blocky CGI.

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Ever since the U-M student body received President Schlissel’s email detailing the effects of COVID-19 on the winter semester, we’ve immersed ourselves in a digital world.

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“Never Have I Ever,” a new Netflix original by Mindy Kaling, makes discordant choices when telling a fun story.

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If you’ve spent any substantial amount of time worrying about lofty questions like the meaning of life, humanity’s purpose, or anything else you’d hesitate to bring up on a first date, then go watch “The Midnight Gospel” right now.

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Nothing perfect lasts forever, and “Broad City” will come to an end.