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How Baby Yoda Made ‘The Mandalorian’ a Hit and What Comes Next

Jackson Maher breaks down how Baby Yoda turned ‘The Mandalorian’ into an overnight success

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Why ‘The Wire’ and ‘The Sopranos’ Are Two of the Most Influential TV Shows Ever

Jackson Maher takes a look at the similarities and differences between the iconic HBO series

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How Netflix Turned ‘Tiger King’ Into a Viral Sensation

The streamer blurs the line between between traditional documentaries and reality television in order to continue making hits

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Kim Wexler Is the ‘Better Call Saul’ MVP 

After an explosive Season 5 finale, ‘Better Call Saul’ has left us with many questions heading into the final season—namely, what will happen to Kim Wexler?

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How Villanelle and Eve Became the Best Duo on TV

Breaking down the magnetic relationship between the show’s two main characters

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How Jason Bateman Became One of the Best Directors on Television

Ahead of ‘Ozark’ Season 3, Jackson Maher takes a look back at the Netflix original and breaks down how Jason Bateman’s brilliance as a director has been key to the show’s success

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How ‘Better Call Saul’ Became More Impressive Than ‘Breaking Bad’

Jackson Maher looks back at the ‘Breaking Bad’ spinoff

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How ‘The Boys’ Deconstructs the Superhero Genre and Relates to the Scorsese-Marvel Feud

When Martin Scorsese said that Marvel movies aren’t cinema, he took a shot at a massive and devoted fan base. This video explores the state of superheroes in 2019—and the nerve that their overwhelming commercial success has struck.