June Thomas

Slate

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Culture critic for Slate and editor of its LGBTQ section, Outward

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Our TV critics talk about Jude Law playing the young Pope on HBO; the dark historical drama starring Tom Hardy; another Marvel series, and more.

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Our TV critics talk about Jude Law playing the young Pope on HBO; the dark historical drama starring Tom Hardy; another Marvel series, and more.

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It’s the night fans have been waiting for: the final rose ceremony on ABC’s The Bachelorette.

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People often complain these days that there’s just too much good TV, and with so many ways to watch – Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Acorn.tv – it’s hard to keep up.

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People often complain these days that there’s just too much good TV, and with so many ways to watch – Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Acorn.tv – it’s hard to keep up.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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