Analysis: The final season of ‘Dead to Me’ is poignant praise

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“Health is wealth” is not just a saying, because we should all take the best possible care of ourselves.

Believe it or not, one of the things that has helped me lately is just spending time relaxing.

There’s a lot to be said for slowing down – and enjoying some great new content that can help you escape the real world for a bit.

“Dead to Me” Season 3

The new season of “Dead to Me,” starring Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini, will be the last in the dark comedy series.

As the show’s title suggests, the characters of Applegate and Cardellini share a deadly connection; it’s the kind of twist-filled buddy series you didn’t know you needed.

I’m particularly invested in this final season given Applegate’s revelation that she has multiple sclerosis. She seems to be navigating the difficult disease with grace, humor and daring, which makes her performance all the more remarkable.

“Dead to Me” is streaming on Netflix.


Tim Allen (second from right) in a scene from

Apparently I’m in the minority who thinks it’s too early to be all about Christmas. Bah smoker!

That being said, Tim Allen is beloved for his role as Saint Nick in “The Santa Clause” movies. He returns to the role in the new Disney+ series “The Santa Clauses”, where after 30 years as a merry gift giver, he and the magic of Christmas seem to be wearing off a bit.

What happens? You’ll have to put “The Santa Clauses” on your wishlist — I mean watchlist — to find out, because the show is streaming now.

‘Tulsa King’

Sylvester Stallone as Dwight Manfredi in a scene from

Sylvester Stallone has finally arrived on the small screen.

In this new series from “Yellowstone” creator Taylor Sheridan, he plays a mobster who, as an apparent reward for not exposing his crime family during a long stint in prison, is sent to Oklahoma to build a new base for crime operations. the Mafia.

If you’re scratching your head, remember that Sheridan has proven to have both a keen understanding of the heart and a knack for making us fall in love with movie stars all over again (looking at you Kevin Costner).

“Tulsa King” is streaming on Paramount+.

Busta Rhymes performs during the World Ski and Snowboard Festival on April 15, 2017 in Whistler, Canada.

If you’ve ever seen rapper Busta Rhymes perform, you know he’s real fire. So it makes sense that his latest EP is called “The Fuse is Lit”.

On the record, the veteran MC gets help from some other lyricists, including Big Daddy Kane and Capella Grey.

Originally slated to release earlier this month, Busta delayed the release out of respect for the death of fellow rapper Takeoff.

“The Fuse is Lit” is out now.

Nickelback performs on 'Today' on June 13, 2017.

Give me credit for resisting the urge to crack a Nickelback hater joke.

But it’s true: for some reason, people really like or really don’t support the band. Let’s focus on the positive for those in the first category, there is new music to enjoy.

“Get Rollin'”, Nickelback’s tenth album, finds the Canadian rock quartet also does what it loves.

“What we did that I think got us to this point is we just didn’t give up, and I think that’s something a lot of people do,” said bassist and band co-founder Mike Kroeger at Billboard. “They give up and give up on themselves. I don’t know if our fans just started liking our music or if they just gave up because we kept beating until they liked it.

The new album is also out now.

Beyoncé and Rihanna attend Rihanna's 3rd Annual Diamond Ball at Cipriani Wall Street on September 14, 2017 in New York City.

The 2023 Grammy nominations were announced earlier this week, with Beyoncé scoring the most nominations (nine in total).

Queen Bey had already been on my mind after Rihanna recently said she would be a dream model for her fashion label, Savage X Fenty.

The Grammys take place on February 5. A week later, Rihanna will headline the 2023 Super Bowl halftime show. Call me crazy, but I wish Beyoncé would join her.

Imagine how huge it would be for these two icons to share the stage together, even briefly.

Now I know that’s a pie in the sky because Beyoncé has already been featured in the Super Bowl and it’s definitely Rihanna’s moment, but put me as a super band fan. Therefore, I can’t help but dream that they will join forces one day.

Heck, add Adele (who is also on the Grammys list in several categories) and make it a threesome!

Dolly Parton performs at the Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye concert at the Country Music Hall of Fame on October 24, 2021 in Nashville.

Could we just go ahead and get Dolly Parton a job somewhere in the White House?

Maybe create a position like Happiness Secretary, for example, or Goodwill Administrator.

The legendary country star recently became the recipient of the Bezos Courage and Civility Award, an honor that came with $100 million.

Parton is extremely well known for her philanthropy. From helping fund the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine to founding the Imagination Library literacy program to investing the royalties she earned from Whitney Houston’s cover of her song “I Will Always Love You” in an office complex in a black neighborhood of Nashville, Tennesseeshe is a gift that keeps on giving.

We need more of his kind of energy in this world.


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