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There are so many reasons why Ted Lasso shouldn’t work, it’s become something of a running gimmick for critics to analyze how the hell Ted Lasso works. The Apple TV+ show—about an American football coach transplanted to England, where he leads a soccer club—was one of the young streaming service’s first hits, a comedy that
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Inpho PhotographyGetty Images The gymnastics vault is methodical. “One small step, you know, one inch is a really big difference,” former U.S. Olympic gymnast Elise Ray says on the new podcast Blind Landing. “It completely plays a factor in your run and your hurdle and your entry.” Ray was a top contender in the all-around
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Ayo Edebiri suspects that I have her confused with someone else. Her PR team “sent me examples of your stories with Kathryn Hahn and Jonathan Majors,” she says, stressing their surnames as if they are an entirely different caliber of celebrity. “I mean, if you want to talk to me, no worries. I don’t mind
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Spoilers for Never Have I Ever season 2 ahead. Perhaps it would be best if Devi Vishwakumar (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) had a little impulse control, but goodness, is it fun to watch the fallout from her choices! Never Have I Ever‘s second season, now streaming on Netflix, opens with the main character’s mother, Nalini, catching her
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If she could turn back time, there isn’t much Loki director Kate Herron would do differently. She transformed a beloved side character into a protagonist. She blessed Marvel fans with their first canonically bisexual character. And she introduced the multiverse, drafting up perhaps one of the biggest cliffhanger reveals since the end of Avengers: Infinity
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