25 Bingeable TV Series Worthy Of Your Time In 2022

1.Wayne (2019)

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How Long: 1 Season (10 Episodes)

Where: Amazon Prime Video and YouTube Premium

What: From the writers behind the Zombieland and Deadpool franchises, Wayne is a dark comedy series that follows a pair of volatile, star-crossed teenage lovers as they embark on a journey from Massachusetts to Florida to retrieve his late father’s stolen car. Canceled after one season as a YouTube Premium original series, the hard-hitting, heartfelt and hilarious series has found a new life and following after its 2020 re-debut on Amazon Prime Video.

2.Detroiters (2017-2018)

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How Long: 2 Seasons (20 Episodes)

Where: Paramount Plus

What: Before they shook the foundation of sketch comedy in I Think You Should Leave, Tim Robinson and Sam Richardson starred in the short-lived but absolutely hysterical Comedy Central series Detroiters. Skewering the world of local

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Predicting the Trends of 2022

Cory Kennedy and Sky Ferreira, a DressX model, Bella from Twilight, Kim Petras's "Coconuts", Vibram shoes, and Ashley Tisdale in the mid 2000s
Cory Kennedy and Sky Ferreira, a DressX model, Bella from Twilight, Kim Petras’s “Coconuts”, Vibram shoes, and Ashley Tisdale in the mid 2000s. Photo: Alamy and @DressX. Image: Sam Boxer 

When does something actually become “cool”? Sometimes it’s a response to high fashion or the times we live in – just look at Crocs, the UGG revival and the reemergence of Juicy Couture, owing to the pandemic demand for clothes so soft you forget you have a corporeal form and the internet’s proclivity for Y2K fashion. Sometimes there’s absolutely no rhyme or reason to it at all. Think of the time when everyone was doing sea shanties on TikTok and internet culture writers did thinkpieces about how this symbolised our longing for a simpler way of life, when actually it mostly got big because it was funny and sea shanties slap. 

Trying to predict trends can over-egg the

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Aretha Franklin had her own ideas about fashion. ‘Respect’ lets them shine

When veteran Broadway costume designer Clint Ramos was tapped to work on the Aretha Franklin biopic “Respect,” he soon found himself studying the late singer’s roles as both a cultural and sartorial icon.

“She was a fashion icon but not in the traditional sense,” Ramos says in a call from his Manhattan home. “The woman never followed any trends. As she moved through the narrative of her life, it seems evident her clothing simply followed her life. She wasn’t a fashion plate or a mannequin or anything like that — she was telegraphing the way she felt through clothing the same way she did with her music. She wasn’t a loyalist to any house or designer; she had clothes from Detroit, clothes literally off-the-rack and custom-made things.

“Maybe more than anything, Aretha’s iconic gift to fashion is her attitude: ‘And I don’t give a damn.’ [Laughs.] She wore what she

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Beth Dutton Keeps A Promise & Another Major Cast Member Is Killed

SPOILER ALERTS ABOUND: After the MTV Entertainment/101 Studios drama Yellowstone continued to hit high water ratings marks for the Paramount Network, Taylor Sheridan ended Season Four with an action-packed finale that for the second time in two weeks, saw a major character killed by gunfire in shocking fashion. It was a tour de force episode for Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly), the fearless daughter and avenging angel for father John Dutton (Kevin Costner), as he tries to hang onto the largest ranch in Montana. Beth’s season began with her surviving but horribly scarred from a bomb detonated in her office. By the end of tonight’s finale, she will have taken a scary unconsummated conjugal visit with the head mercenary who masterminded the attack on her family, created a hated and powerful enemy in her soon to be ex-boss (Jacki Weaver), and kidnapped at gunpoint a

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