Sick of Reboots, Sequels, and Extended Universes? Blame Classic Literature

Don't blame Michael Bay or Marvel for all the sequels, reboots, and extended universes. Blame William Shakespeare, Alexandre Dumas, and Mark Twain.

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What References, Depictions, and Themes Should We Anticipate in Fargo’s Season 3?

While this blog's last Fargo article gave you a list of ways to get hyped for the forthcoming third season, it didn't go very deep into what we've seen in Fargo so far and what we can expect in the third season. The following is some of what I expect to see in this upcoming third …

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What Should Mr. Robot Pay Homage to in Season Two?

The critically-acclaimed, award-winning cable series Mr. Robot is notable for a number of reasons, with a big twist: in the final two episodes, you realize you've been watching a ten hour unlicensed Fight Club reboot. One could say that the twist is "Elliot was Mr. Robot all along!" just like the twist in Fight Club is …

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