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Miles writes about television, film, and the occasional despair of soccer fandom. He is based in Brooklyn.

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“Some Real Fireworks Ahead”: Joel Kinnaman Is Ready for His Next ‘For All Mankind’ Mission

The star of Apple TV+’s acclaimed space drama sat down to discuss the fallout from Season 3, where the story’s headed next, and the delight of his ‘Suicide Squad’ do-over

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‘Westworld’ Is Good Again, Somehow

As it turns out, the dystopian HBO series is still capable of engineering shocking twists, and Season 4 delivered perhaps the biggest one yet: The show is actually good again

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Jimmy McGill Hits Rock Bottom As ‘Better Call Saul’ Nears the End

With the series finale on the horizon, Jimmy McGill continues down a path of self-destruction—while Kim Wexler starts on the long, difficult road to redemption

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The Beginner’s Guide to Surviving in the ‘Predator’ Movies

Ahead of the release of ‘Prey,’ our resident Predator expert offers a series of guidelines for making it out alive

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‘Better Call Saul’ and ‘Breaking Bad’ Have Never Been More Intertwined

As ‘Better Call Saul’ bleeds into the events of ‘Breaking Bad,’ familiar faces return in unexpected circumstances

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Back to Black (and White) With Cinnabon Gene

Aside from being delicious propaganda for the baked goods chain, the latest ‘Better Call Saul’ highlights just how much of the old Saul still resides in Gene Takovic, for better or (probably) worse

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‘The Gray Man’ and Netflix’s Murky Blockbuster Output

Reported to be the most expensive movie Netflix has ever made, ‘The Gray Man’ is tasked with improving upon the streamer’s ignominious track record when it comes to tentpoles

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As ‘Better Call Saul’ Breaks Bad, There’s No More Room for Fun and Games

With four episodes left in the series, Kim’s conscience is catching up with her

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The Never-ending Quest to Adapt ‘Resident Evil’

The latest take on the horror franchise—this time a series on Netflix—may explore familiar territory, but it’s a respectable genre effort nonetheless

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The Winners and Losers of the 2022 Emmy Nominations

‘Squid Game’ and ‘Abbott Elementary’ defied the odds while sentimental favorites were snubbed, but in the end, maybe there’s just Too Much TV