Tuesday, February 20, 2018

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Brittany Volk, Times staff writer

Brittany Volk, Times staff writer

Brittany Volk is a senior features designer at the Tampa Bay Times. She designs and art directs the Taste, Latitudes, Weekend and Personal Best sections and has been with the Times since 2011. She also contributes to the Times' pop culture blog, The Feed. She grew up in Iowa City, Iowa, and graduated from the University of Iowa in 2009 with degrees in Journalism and Studio Art. Instagram: @bevolk



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Review: Truth and lies are the focus of ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’

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The options on TV runneth over these days, and fewer options would weed out time-wasters. These unoriginal shows coming to your tube this season have some work to do.
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Roseanne, Queer Eye and more join TV reboots this winter

What’s old is still old again. TV execs are obsessed with bringing back beloved characters, and the new winter TV offerings are no exception. Welcome back these familiar faces this season.
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If ‘This Is Us’ makes you cry, these new fall shows will, too

We expected more tear-jerkers since This Is Us continues its ratings domination; and escaping from the real world is great. Get the tissues ready to go for these new sobworthy shows coming out for the winter TV season.
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The winter TV season is upon us, and our hunger for true crime dramatizations remains fierce. Last year’s shows such as Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders (NBC) and Mindhunter (Netflix) prove the genre is far from dead. Here are...
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The Bold Type (Freeform), a show about young adults in the magazine world, was one of the year’s most unexpectedly good shows. Because, hey, teenagers have just as much drama. Here are some other shows about young people we’re looking...
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