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‘The 100’ Funko Pop!s whitewashing dilemma (and what to do about it)

A The 100 fan expresses her frustration with the recently announced line of Funko Pop!s that fail to accurately represent its diverse cast.

In praise of ‘Team Adults’: The unsung heroes of ‘The 100’

As The 100 season 4 approaches, we celebrate the ‘teen’ drama’s often overlooked adult characters: Abby Griffin, Marcus Kane, Indra and Thelonious Jaha.

5 popular YA books you didn’t know have sequels in 2017

The struggle is real. There are few first-world problems more vexing than waiting for the next book in a series to hit the shelves.

The power of fandom in history’s shame: Why we need to demand better content

When the world is a place of fear and hatred, stories have always provided an easy escape. But they serve an even greater purpose than that.

‘The 100’ captures the struggle of millennials unlike any other series

At a time when the divide between the generations has arguably never been greater, The 100 encapsulates the struggle of millennials more than any other current show.

J.K. Rowling’s Queenie is a Strong Female CharacterTM who Hollywood desperately needed

Going into Fantastic Beasts, I had very little idea of what to expect from the main characters, as we didn’t know much about them.

‘Doctor Who’ ‘Class’ review: Is the spinoff a hit or miss?

It’s been eight long weeks. We’ve had drama, killer plants, kissing, killer flowers, death, more kissing and finally; more death. This weekend saw the season finale of Class – the first Doctor Who spinoff since 2011.

Why more ‘Gilmore Girls’ is exactly what we need after that revival

I’m with you, Gilmore Girls fans. A Year in the Life bears a strong resemblance to your typical family reunion. It makes you feel warm and fuzzy and nostalgic at times, but at others, it leaves you wondering if you ever really knew these people in the first place.

‘DWTS’ 23×11 recap: The dancing bookworm

The DWTS finals are off to a rollicking start, complete with trombones, guardian angels, sexy librarians, and the magic of childhood.