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Compassionate Release: The Agony and the Empathy in ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK

Now that Season One of the Netflix Original series "Orange Is the New Black" is safely stitched into our pop culture quilt, the show has shed its initial hesitation and has its crazy eyes on its viewers just as much as they have theirs on it.
  • By Amy Woolard
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  • July 8, 2014 4:35 AM
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Days Like Lost Dogs: In Support of Loose Ends in Procedurals from TWIN PEAKS to TOP OF THE LAKE

Television has evolved since the 1980s to accept that audiences can handle more than simple resolution, but why is it too much to ask that viewers push past the need for any resolution at all?
  • By Amy Woolard
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  • April 21, 2014 1:06 PM
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