Jen Chaney

TV critic for New York Magazine

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TV critic for New York Magazine

Jen Chaney on KCRW

HBO Max is now streaming “And Just Like That … A New Chapter of Sex and the City.”

Is HBO’s new ‘Sex and the City’ reboot worth the watch?

HBO Max is now streaming “And Just Like That … A New Chapter of Sex and the City.”

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Critics review new fall TV shows and returning favorites.

‘Yellowjackets’ is a mix of a coming-of-age show, adult drama and ‘Lost,’ says critic

Critics review new fall TV shows and returning favorites.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Spring TV season is here. Marvel’s “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” (Disney+) is about an unlikely duo teaming up.

Spring TV picks: ‘Shrill,’ ‘The Nevers,’ ‘Snowfall’ and more

Spring TV season is here. Marvel’s “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” (Disney+) is about an unlikely duo teaming up.

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