Matt Zoller Seitz

New York magazine / RogerEbert.com

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Matt Zoller Seitz is the television critic for New York magazine and Vulture, and editor-in-chief of RogerEbert.com. He is the author of The Wes Anderson Collection.

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 Hundreds, if not thousands, of shows have been made for the small screen since the advent of television – not all of them high quality. But there have been…

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