Trust us, you have not seen anyone like Ryan O’Connell on TV before. The star and writer-creator of Netflix’s Special is a gay man with cerebral palsy, who, after getting hit by a car at the age of 20, decided to “rewrite” his identity and spent years pretending that he wasn’t disabled because friends and colleagues assumed his limp was the result of the accident. He finally confronted the truth in his 2015 memoir I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves, a book that caught the attention of Jim Parsons and led to his big break.
There is a huge variety in this year’s horror genre, from cannibalism and zombies, to self-referential slashers and demonic possession. While the series started in 2019, it came back in 2022 with its third season, and fans cannot get enough of it. Similar to Black Mirror, the show is a combination of various short stories that form […]
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College football season is back! What better way to get in the school spirit then binge watching all eight episodes of “March” on CWTV.com and The CW app. And read the review on Andscape (fka ESPN’s The Undefeated): A historically Black college and university (HBCU) band cannot be compared with any other. From the rhythms […]
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