Alissa Wilkinson

film critic and culture reporter for Vox

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Film critic for Vox.

Alissa Wilkinson on KCRW

Just as COVID-19 has reshaped almost every aspect of life, it’s also reshaped TV habits, like the types of shows people are watching and how they’re watching them.

How COVID-19 affects the way people watch TV

Just as COVID-19 has reshaped almost every aspect of life, it’s also reshaped TV habits, like the types of shows people are watching and how they’re watching them.

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MoviePass promised to change moviegoing forever. When it began, the subscription service cost $10 a month and allowed you to see a movie a day.

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MoviePass promised to change moviegoing forever. When it began, the subscription service cost $10 a month and allowed you to see a movie a day.

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