Kathryn VanArendonk
Kathryn VanArendonk

Kathryn VanArendonk is a writer for Vulture.

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Oct. 11 2017 8:33 AMA Very Precise Taxonomy of the TV Reboot
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Sept. 15 2017 10:02 AMAll the Ways The Deuce Will Remind You of The Wire
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Aug. 22 2017 8:03 AMIs the Passage of Time a Problem for Game of Thrones?
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March 31 2017 9:17 AMWhy “One Big Movie” Isn’t the Best Model for Prestige TV
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March 1 2017 8:33 AMWhy Corinne Was Never Really a Bachelor Villain
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Jan. 13 2017 8:03 AMHow Reality TV Builds Narrative Is Crucial to Understanding Trump
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Oct. 25 2016 8:32 AMThe Case Against Black Mirror
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May 13 2016 11:27 AMWhy We Love Watching TV Characters Engage With Pop Culture
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Nov. 25 2015 8:33 AMJane the Virgin’s Radically Frank Depiction of Early Motherhood
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Oct. 2 2017 8:33 AMWill & Grace’s Best Trump Joke Is Its Setting
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Aug. 29 2017 11:57 AMGame of Thrones Has a Strange Relationship With Bodies
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June 7 2017 9:12 AMThe Keepers Is The Wire of True Crime
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March 8 2017 8:33 AMHow TV Shows Use Motherhood to Force Characters to Grow Up
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Jan. 20 2017 10:04 AMWhy You Should Watch Donald Trump’s Inauguration
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Oct. 26 2016 9:17 AMWestworld’s Man in Black Is a Classic Bad Gamer
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July 1 2016 8:32 AMDoes Orange Is the New Black  Fall Into the “Bury Your Gays” Trope?
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April 14 2016 9:02 AMHannah Horvath, Why Do We (Still) Hate Thee So?