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5 new summer shows to binge on your Labor Day weekend

Hello, again, Hypable readers! I did a post like this last year and a spring one earlier, but with so many great new shows airing over the summer season, I couldn’t resist doing it again.

No, J.K. Rowling shouldn’t ‘stop’ adding to Harry Potter

When Pottermore was announced, it would have been laughable to suggest that a chunk of fans would someday want J.K. Rowling to stop releasing new content.

‘Mr. Robot’ season 3 announced by USA network

USA Network has renewed Mr. Robot for a third season, to premiere in 2017.

‘Late Show’ to broadcast live after Presidential debates; Colbert to host election night special on Showtime

Colbert will be live on the biggest nights of the political year during the final stretch of the 2016 Presidential Campaign.

On Criticism vs. Enjoyment: Can we stop being cruel to others when we disagree?

I love reading reviews of different types of media, whether that be for the latest movie or a book by one of my favorite authors.

Potterverse and its disservice to the South Asian community (‘Panju’ Weasley? Really?)

The Potterverse’s treatment of people of color has been lacking, to say the least. Just last year, triple threat actor, writer and director Dylan Marron posted a YouTube video with every line spoken by a person of color in the Potter film series.

Stephen Colbert’s convention coverage will include Jon Stewart, John Oliver, Lewis Black

Colbert’s Late Show will broadcast live from New York with special guests and convention correspondents.

Team StarKid’s ‘Firebringer’ review: Light that flame

Team StarKid’s latest production, Firebringer, incorporates themes of feminism and politics while still being as fun, goofy, and creative as ever.

‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’s’ biggest tragedy (spoiler-free)

Editor’s note: In this article, a Hypable reader explains her concerns about The Cursed Child after seeing it on London’s West End. The author does not spoil anything about the plot.