Liz Shannon Miller, The AV Club

Liz Shannon Miller

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West Hollywood, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • The AV Club
Past:
  • Indiewire
  • Paste Magazine
  • Vulture
  • Vox
  • Star Trek
  • The Verge
  • New York Observer
  • The Daily Beast

Recent articles by Liz Shannon:

Netflix’s On My Block ends its run with more questions than answers

In an attempt to go out with a bang, the series executes seasons worth of consequences in ways that are both jarring and unearned. → Read More

For its final, musical season, Netflix’s Dear White People sing the blues

The music dulls the sharper moments, rendering the whole series much weaker than a four-season production should be. → Read More

Apple TV Plus’ Schmigadoon! offers grand musical numbers but squanders its cast

Executive produced by Lorne Michaels, the musical comedy series straddles the thin line between homage and parody → Read More

With Zola, an epic Twitter thread becomes a stylish A24 road-trip caper

The story (a.k.a. #TheStory) that captivated the internet is now a major motion picture → Read More

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Season 2 Review: A solid 2nd act

In its second season, HSM: TH: TS faces a new challenge: proving that season one’s successful execution wasn’t a fluke. → Read More

R.I.P. Norman Lloyd, dead at 106

The stage and screen veteran who worked with Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, and Charlie Chaplin, was 106. → Read More

In his final months, Pedro Zamora turned The Real World into an educational platform

The Real World's Pedro Zamora represents the inherent power of reality television when it chooses to tell deeply human stories. → Read More

Coming 2 America is a royally underwhelming parody of its predecessor

Eddie Murphy returns to Queens in the repetitive, immature sequel Coming 2 America. → Read More

Raya And The Last Dragon will not be showing in Cinemark theaters

Steep licensing terms have reportedly caused Cinemark to skip the premiere of Disney's Raya And The Last Dragon. → Read More

Superman & Lois strongarms a second season from CW after an impressive debut

Just one week after its debut, Superman & Lois receives an early second season renewal from the CW. → Read More

Comic-Con cancels its 2021 in-person event, announces shortened Comic-Con@Home

San Diego Comic-Con is cancelled for another year, but the organization is already prepping for another year of Comic-Con@Home. → Read More

Do not forget the original Lady A

Lady A: "For Black and Indigenous people, our names, our culture, our languages have been taken from us for hundreds of years and we haven’t been able to do anything about it… We’re supposed to sit back and just let it happen. But I don’t want to do that." → Read More

Nick Cave returns with a reason to keep on living: 5 new releases we love

We look at the best new releases of the week, including Julien Baker, Lydia Luce, McKinley Dixon, and Blanck Mass. → Read More

Debra Wilson on why she left MADTV: "People came in after me making more money than me"

Original MADTV cast member Debra Wilson shared that she left the show after eight seasons because newer cast members were allegedly making more money than her. → Read More

Here's what's coming to (and going from) Netflix in March 2021

As we head into Spring, Netflix adds Amy Poehler's Moxie, festival darling Bombay Rose, and a Notorious B.I.G. doc to the streaming platform. → Read More

Lorraine Toussaint on getting soft on The Equalizer and the thrilling uncertainty of OITNB

The Equalizer's Lorraine Toussaint shares stories about living without consequences on Orange Is The New Black, her parting thoughts on She-Ra, and how her most memorable professional moment involves the least amount of clothing. → Read More

Woody Allen's memoir publisher threatens to sue HBO over Allen V. Farrow

Skyhorse, the independent publisher that chose to release Woody Allen's memoir in 2020, is threatening to sue HBO for the use of audiobook excerpts in its recent investigative docuseries Allen V. Farrow. → Read More

Tiger Woods hospitalized after car flips in accident

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department released a statement confirming that Tiger Woods was transported to the hospital after his car flipped over in an early morning accident. → Read More

Punky Brewster is all grown up, but Peacock’s aimless revival fails to grow with her

Peacock brings Punky Brewster (and Soleil Moon Frye) back with a new series that relies more on nostalgia than solid storytelling. → Read More

Harry Shearer won't continue to voice Dr. Hibbert on The Simpsons after all

Harry Shearer, who has voiced Dr. Julius Hibbert on The Simpsons since 1990, is stepping back from the role and will be replaced by Kevin Michael Richardson. → Read More