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  • Huffington Post UK
  • HuffPost Canada
  • Yahoo
  • HuffPost Australia
  • Cashay
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Recent articles by Marina:

Mira Nair And Sarita Choudhury Look Back At 'Mississippi Masala'

A new Criterion Collection restoration of the gorgeous romantic drama, marking its 30th anniversary, is coming to theaters and DVD. → Read More

The Oscars Tried To Please Everybody. They Ended Up Pleasing No One.

ABC and the Oscars producers seem to have forgotten it’s the human moments that make live TV events memorable. → Read More

‘CODA’ Didn’t Deserve To Be The Oscars Season Villain

The Best Picture winner was demonized for all the wrong reasons. → Read More

'Bridgerton' Season 2 Isn't The Steamy Lust Fest We Fell In Love With

The popular Netflix series has too many subplots and too much delayed gratification in its second installment. → Read More

The Startup Bubble Is Now The Startup Prestige TV Show Bubble

Watching Hulu’s “The Dropout,” Showtime’s “Super Pumped” and Apple TV+’s “WeCrashed” together is too much. → Read More

For Asian Americans, Pandemic ‘New Normal’ Means Continuing To Face Racist Attacks

Advocates have collected nearly 11,000 reports of anti-Asian hate as of the end of 2021. → Read More

LGBTQ Representation On TV Has Hit Record Highs, But Still Falls Short In Key Areas

A new GLAAD study finds several signs of progress — as well as many missed opportunities for TV creators. → Read More

Lisa Ling’s New HBO Max Show Reimagines What A Food Docuseries Can Do

On “Take Out with Lisa Ling,” food is a vehicle for unlocking Asian American stories that have gone untold or been erased. → Read More

Women Of Color Remain Starkly Underrepresented Among Hollywood’s Top Directors

More women and people of color are directing top movies, but the numbers have been flat for women of color, according to the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative. → Read More

3 Sundance Movies Tell Timely Stories About Abortion, But Also Miss The Mark

The documentary “The Janes” and two dramas — “Call Jane” and “Happening” — provide grim reminders of what’s at stake if Roe v. Wade is overturned. → Read More

What Bob Saget And ‘Full House’ Meant To Immigrant Kids

The death of the "Full House" star and "America's Funniest Home Videos" host has struck a particular chord among many immigrants and children of immigrants. → Read More

21 Of The Best ‘Succession’ Season 3 Lines

"Nice memes, good memeage, and so on" from the endlessly quotable HBO show. → Read More

The Best Movies Of 2021 That You Might Have Missed

Forget blockbusters — we want to highlight some of this year's smaller movies, from "Zola" to "Language Lessons." → Read More

Inside The 'Insecure' World

The HBO series has been a launch pad for so many actors, writers and directors. Creator and actor Issa Rae has built her own universe where diverse voices are no longer on the margins. → Read More

'And Just Like That ... ': Was The 'Sex And The City' Revival Even Necessary?

A breakdown of where HBO Max's “Sex and the City” revival soars and where it is sorely lacking. → Read More

Is Succession Plotting Its End?

As the beloved show wraps up its spectacular third season and heads to a fourth, it needs to start moving toward its endgame. → Read More

On ‘Succession,’ Family Is Always A Means To An End

Every Roy family relationship is transactional, as this week’s episode of the HBO drama brutally reminded us. → Read More

Michaela Coel Dedicates Emmy Win To ‘Every Single Survivor Of Sexual Assault’

The I May Destroy You creator, actor, writer and director won an Emmy for writing the universally acclaimed series. → Read More

The Emmys Had Its Most Diverse Nominees Yet, But Failed Them Over And Over

By the end of the night, no actors of color or LGBTQ actors had won any of the major acting awards. → Read More

Kate Winslet Wins Emmy For HBO's 'Mare Of Easttown'

The Oscar winner took home her second Lead Actress Emmy for one of her most captivating performances in years. → Read More