articles by Sneha Khale

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As Studio Ghibli comes to Netflix, a purely subjective, totally non-scientific ranking of every film made by animation giant

Ranking every Studio Ghibli movie ever made — now that the beloved studio's even-more-beloved movies are finally available on Netflix, starting this month — is an endeavour somewhat akin to parent being asked to pick their favourite child. But we went ahead and did it anyway.

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Queer Eye, Patriot Act, Leaving Neverland, Veep: Shows to watch on Netflix, Amazon, HBO, Hulu in March

Now Streaming is a monthly recommendations column that will guide you on the most interesting shows to stream online.

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I Am The Night review: Chris Pine series revisits a true story set amid Hollywood’s Black Dahlia murder

I Am The Night might not rank as one of the best true crime series of all time, but it’s certainly a very good, gripping addition to a true crime aficionado's weekly TV viewing.

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Russian Doll review: Netflix's existential dramedy is a whole lot better than Groundhog Day on steroids

Russian Doll is among the most exciting and inventive new shows of the past decade

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2018's 20 best TV episodes: From BoJack Horseman's Free Churro to Westworld's Kikusaya

An entirely subjective list of the best TV show episodes of 2018 — picked from the shows that we watched and most enjoyed

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Stan Lee dies at 95: Marvel hero's legacy lives on through his work — and his many delightful cameos

Stan Lee, who died on Monday aged 95, displayed a sense of humour and irreverence that went beyond his creations — by making often interesting and always hilarious appearances in several movies and television shows over the past three decades.

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From BoJack Horseman to Rick and Morty, how cartoons captured an adult audience worldwide

Are we watching more cartoons for adults because like-humoured people from our generation are making so many of them? Or are they making more cartoons for adults because we’re bingeing these shows on Netflix?

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BoJack Horseman: Before season 5 begins, here's a quick recap of the story so far

Before season 5 of BoJack Horseman kicks off on Netflix, a quick catch-up with everything that happened in seasons 1 to 4

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Castle Rock review: A must-watch for fans who love Stephen King’s blend of horror and mystery

Even those unfamiliar with Stephen King's work can still appreciate the really intricate tapestry of Castle Rock's characters and their interwoven histories.

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Aggretsuko: You’re going to fall in love with Netflix’s adaptation of Sanrio’s death-metal loving red panda

Aggretsuko, Netflix’s new-ish insightful animated series about the beloved Sanrio character is possibly the best show out this year

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Avengers' Black Widow, Scarlet Witch to Black Panther's Shuri — a look at MCU's women

In 2018, the male to female ratio in the Avengers: Infinity War movie isn’t quite that bad, though there's room for improvement. So here's a look at some of the best written (and acted) female characters of the MCU:

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As The Walking Dead falters, iZombie, Santa Clarita Diet pick up the mantle of zombie TV

Sorry The Walking Dead, your “flawed humans just trying to survive” tripe just doesn’t cut it anymore.

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Homeland, Silicon Valley, The Americans — and the looming Russian presence on television in 2018

Russia is liberal television’s newest political enemy and their latest non-Trump punchline Homeland | The Americans | Silicon Valley

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Jessica Jones returns for season 2 on Netflix: The complicated whiskey-swigging superhero(ine) is compelling

In Jessica Jones, Marvel finally has a female superhero that isn’t just Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow playing sidekick to the male Avengers.

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Oscars' history of politics: From Brando’s no-show, Vietnam to #OscarsSoWhite and Time’s Up

2018’s ceremony might just be the most political Oscars we’ve ever seen, with movements like #MeToo, #TimesUp, and #NeverAgain bringing really serious and important issues such as assault, abuse, and gun control to the center of our sociocultural conversation

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The Marvelous Mrs Maisel: Why you should watch Amazon’s newest (and possibly, best) sitcom

The Marvelous Mrs Maisel — in all its exuberant spirit — tackles an interesting aspect of sexism that’s particularly poignant in the wake of #MeToo

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From bloomers to Golden Globes red carpet, a brief look at the history of protest fashion

Fashion, and clothes in general, have had a longstanding relationship with protests and revolutions

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Bhutan from the back of a Royal Enfield: Riding pillion through the mountain kingdom

Bhutan is the land of rosy-cheeked little kids, furry mountain dogs and steep valleys. Add a bike ride into the mix, and you have an unforgettable, breathtaking (quite literally) trip | #FirstCulture