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Divorce Struggles to Find Enough Reasons for Viewers to Care

Who wants to watch Divorce? I’m not asking that rhetorically; I’m genuinely curious. This is a solid show, despite problems that I’ll get to shortly, but still dire and nerve-wracking, whether you’ve been through a divorce yourself (as a spouse or as a kid) or watched from afar as friends ... More »
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