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  • The top binge-watched shows and what to watch after that

    The top binge-watched shows and what to watch after that
    Binge-watching is on the rise, as evidenced by the results of Deloitte's Digital Democracy Survey of 2,000 content consumers ages 14 and older. But with all those options at our fingertips, where do you begin? The latest prestige cable drama? Full seasons of that guilty pleasure you watched on and off in your childhood?
  • Christine Wolf: Evanston filmmaker is a rockin' mom

    How unquestionably cool would it be to have Chicago filmmaker Colleen Griffen as a mom? Case in point: After she playfully noted her teenage son and his friends resembling a young, male musical group, Griffen then imagined, wrote and directed a 30-...

    'Gotham' recap, 'Under the Knife'

    'Gotham' recap, 'Under the Knife'
    The Ogre is on the loose, and Jim is on the clock to find him before he finds Leigh. But Leigh isn't the loved one the Ogre has chosen to use as retaliation against Jim. That would be Barbara. Social media doesn't exist in "Gotham," so he can't go...

    Daredevil Episode 8 review "Shadows In The Glass" -- Father's Day

    Daredevil Episode 8 review "Shadows In The Glass" -- Father's Day
    We've spent the bulk of "Daredevil" watching Wilson Fisk puppeteer the police, media and every other organization tied to Hell's Kitchen, so it's easy to forger that our eventual Kingpin wasn't always master of all he surveys. One episode after we...

    Sun Investigates: Cellphone surveillance seen years earlier in 'The Wire'

    Sun Investigates: Cellphone surveillance seen years earlier in 'The Wire'
    The Baltimore Police Department surprised many when it revealed recently that it has used a cellphone surveillance device known as a "stingray" 4,300 times since 2007. But years earlier, in 2004, fictional Baltimore police officer Lester Freamon was...