10 Gifts That Television Gave Us in 2015
Huffington Post - about 2 years
As the annual holiday march of the reruns takes over television for the next two weeks, we should remind ourselves that TV has never saved its gifts for the end of the year. It spreads them out, which is exactly the right way to do it. So in that spirit, let's pause a moment to recall some of the shows, and one individual, whose aim in 2015 was true. The shows aren't necessarily the year's best, though some are. But they all offered a level of delight, fun, truth, insight or sheer entertainment that reminded us why, no matter how much we grumble about it, most of us watch television. In no order except alphabetical: 1. American Crime. ABC's anthology series started with a disturbing, uncomfortable drama about crime and race. It featured terrific performances by Felicity Huffman and Timothy Hutton, and to the great credit of ABC, the series was renewed despite modest ratings. 2. Blindspot. Jaimie Alexander climbed out of the duffel bag in Times Square, put some cl...
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