Arts & Leisure

How the Cosmos reboot allows for religion

The original Cosmos television series is widely regarded as one of the most significant science events in TV history. Sunday night’s reboot attempted to live up to the hype. With the familiar face of Neil deGrasse Tyson at the helm, 10 networks simultaneously airing the show and President Barack Obama…  [more]

True Detective and the true abyss

"It's important for us to confront the potential of the true abyss." - Nic Pizzolatto, executive producer of HBO’s True Detective By now the antihero cop is eye-rollingly cliché. The character has always seen too much. Been on the streets too long. Chain-smoked too many cigarettes and been divorced too…  [more]

House of Cards and Isaiah 14

As the second season of House of Cards begins Friday, it’s worth remembering that the Netflix political drama last left us with a prayer. In last season’s finale, Frank Underwood, the politician who has schemed his way through a twisted plan of revenge, enters a church, gets on his knees…  [more]

The danger in Sherlock’s ‘unconquerable soul’

Season 3 of BBC’s Sherlock has finally begun in the United States. Mentioned on many 2013 top 10 lists (including mine), Sherlock offers a contemporary spin on the titular detective. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Holmes and Martin Freeman as his faithful sidekick, Watson, the show features great acting, perfect chemistry,…  [more]

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