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NYTimes ArtsSep 28, 2020
‘Fargo' Season 4 Premiere Recap: A History of Violence
The new season, starring Chris Rock and Jason Schwartzman, moves to the criminal underworld of Kansas City in 1950, a furnace in which American identity is forged.

Playbill NewsSep 28, 2020
Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: September 28
In 2014, James Earl Jones, Elizabeth Ashley, Kristine Nielsen, and Annaleigh Ashford star in a Broadway revival of You Can't Take It With You.

Yahoo! ArtsSep 27, 2020
The Comey Rule makes the fatal mistake of thinking James Comey's intentions matter
Some think he is a hero, some a villain. Others just want him to please shut up.Wherever you stand, it has been four extremely long years since then-FBI Director James Comey released his statement calling Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton "extremely careless" over her handling of sensitive emails. In the weeks that followed, the FBI would announce that it was reopening its investigation, and then, with mere hours to go before the election, close it again. Trump would subsequently win the Electoral College, and Comey would have his now-infamous dinner with the commander-in-chief, where he was reportedly pressured to pledge his loyalty. Shortly thereafter, he was vindictively fired.If this brief walk down memory lane gives you hives, then perhaps you should consider skipping The Comey Rule. At almost four hours long, and broken into two parts airing on consecutive nights, the Showtime miniseries revisits the events before and immediately following the 2016 election. The painstaking exercise is undertaken in pursuit of an answer to a question that seems, at this point, destined to join the great debates of political history: Was James Comey a good person? But by making that its focus, The Comey Rule completely whiffs on the greater point.Admittedly, there are likely exactly zero people who plan to watch The Comey Rule to get to the bottom of "that James Comey fellow." Much of the buzz of the show is owed to it being the first major dramatization of the 2016 election, w
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