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Atlanta, GA, United States

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Recent articles by Allison:

Ted Lasso Season 3 Returns Spring 2023; First Look Image Revealed

The Big Bad is set. → Read More

The 25 Best TV Shows of 2022

Peak TV was back in full swing this year, so Paste TV has rounded up the 25 best series to grace the small screen. → Read More

Rings of Power Finale: The 5 Best Moments, from Sauron's Reveal to a Return to Mordor

An excellent finale for a great season. → Read More

Atlanta Season 4 Review: The Series Wanders Back Home for Its Final Season

Just four months after the Season 3 finale, Atlanta returns home for its quiet, contemplative final episodes. → Read More

Emmy Winners 2022: The Complete List

Look no further for the complete list of this year's Emmy winners. → Read More

The Most Binge-Worthy TV Shows to Watch Right Now

Paste Editors and writers pick the best comfort and thrilling TV shows to binge across Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and more. → Read More

Downton Abbey: A New Era - Simon Curtis, Jim Carter, and Raquel Cassidy Interview

Director Simon Curtis and cast members Jim Carter and Raquel Cassidy discuss filming in the middle of the pandemic, and what it was like to take the show on the road to France. → Read More

The 15 Best TV Episodes of 2022 (So Far)

In an era of binge, some TV shows are thankfully still committed to the art of the episode. → Read More

Only Murders in the Building Season 2 Review: The Cozy Charm Returns

“Did we invent the format where we drop a true crime podcast before we even have a story, an ending, or even a crime? Yeah, that’s all us.” → Read More

Hotel Portofino Review: An Absorbing Italian Getaway on PBS Masterpiece

Though not exactly a 1920s White Lotus, there are nevertheless demanding mothers, marriages in peril, jealous paramours, and low-level celebrities (not to mention a Count) all set against a gorgeous backdrop. What more could you want? → Read More

The 25 Best TV Shows of 2022 (So Far)

Peak TV is back, and narrowing our list down to 25 even at this point in the year is already a challenge. But here's what we've loved -- so far. → Read More

Becoming Elizabeth Review: A Tudor Queen with Teen Dreams

Becoming Elizabeth may not win over any new viewers to the genre, but for the faithful it certain fills its niche well, guided by excellent dialogue and direction and full of satisfying turns. → Read More

The Split Season 3 Trailer: Can There Ever Be a Good Divorce

The UK legal series is returning for its final season. → Read More

Best Summer TV Shows 2022

There's a lot of TV out there -- here's what the Paste TV writers are excited for this summer. → Read More

First Kill Trailer Introduces Netflix's Teen Vampire Series from VE Schwab

Will this revive the vampire/hunter genre? → Read More

Girls5eva Season 2 Review: This Is BPE, Folks

A specificity of time, place, people is what makes the hilarious Girls5eva so wonderfully dense and rewarding to watch. → Read More

Gentleman Jack Season 2 Review: As Jaunty and Charming as Its Formidable Lead

To observe, at any point, Suranne Jones striding into the frame as Anne Lister is a magnificent gift. → Read More

Anatomy of a Scandal Review: A Forgettable Take on a Critical Subject

Watch "Unbelievable," also on Netflix, instead. → Read More

Abbott Elementary Finale Clip: Let's Go to the Zoo!

Sad news, Abbott Elementary fans: the season finale is here. In some ways it’s a good thing that ABC has let the show wrap after 13 episodes instead of stretching to the old broadcast mark of 20 or more. But the end of Abbott Season 1 (thankfully the show has already been renewed for Season 2) means it’s one less bright spot on our proverbial dial each week. And what a joy it has been! As Amy… → Read More

The Dropout Finale: Elizabeth Holmes Is an Extreme Product of Millennial Exceptionalism

Out of the halcyon days of the 1990s economic boom and Clinton era came a generation told we could achieve anything. That lie has since been uncovered. → Read More