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‘SNL’ Dove Into Election-Year Season 41 with Miley Cyrus and Hillary Clinton

‘Adam Ruins Everything’ Finds the Joy in Telling You Your Assumptions Are Wrong

The National Lampoon Gets Lovingly Remembered in ‘Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead’

In Season Two, ‘You’re the Worst’ Settles Into Its Version of Normalcy

The “Real” Stephen Colbert Settles Into His ‘Late Show’

Parodies Don’t Get More Loving Than ‘Documentary Now!’

Reviewing ‘Review’ and Reviewing Reviewing ‘Review’

Gay Dude/Straight Lady Friendships Are Back in ‘Difficult People’ (and No One Mention ‘Will & Grace’)

‘Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp’ and Nostalgia Nostalgia

Colin Quinn Is the Best Person to Tell ‘The New York Story’

‘BoJack Horseman,’ ‘Inside Out,’ and the Beauty of Difficult Emotions

‘Trainwreck’ Is (Sometimes) Great and (Almost) Lives Up to High Expectations

In Season Five, ‘Key & Peele’ Pumps the Brakes

‘Catastrophe’ Is the RomCom We’ve Been Waiting For

Comedy Is Life and Life Is Comedy in Judd Apatow’s ‘Sick in the Head’

‘Another Period’ Tackles Too Much at Once

The Problem with Aziz Ansari Writing a Book About Something He’s Never Done

‘iZombie’s First Season is a Midseason Triumph

It’s Time to Let ‘Community’ Go

‘Silicon Valley’ is Almost Too Much Like the Real Silicon Valley — Almost