Entertainment

The network may have nixed “Mail-Order Family” due to online pressure, but green-lighting the show in the first place is the real issue
A personal remembrance of the spiritual, sensual virtuoso who "sometimes wished life was never ending" but knew "all good things, they say, never last."
The CW series is more than just a quirky hit sitcom--it offers rich, nuanced insights into the the realities of obsessive love.
If the Oscars aren’t offering a seat at the table, maybe Black actors and filmmakers should stop asking to be there and invest elsewhere.

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