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The Best TV Shows to Watch for Fall (Not Including ‘Gilmore Girls’)

One of the best ways to get into the fall spirit without leaving the comfort of your bed is by watching TV shows that either take place in fall or simply make you feel warm and cozy inside. Here are seven of the best shows to binge this fall.


"How I Met Your Mother" Photo

The cast of "How I Met Your Mother" at the at the 100th episode celebration in 2010. From left, Neil Patrick Harris, Cobie Smulders, Jason Segel, Alyson Hannigan, and Josh Radnor.


"The Sex Lives of College Girls" Still

Amrit Kaur, Pauline Chalamet, Alyah Chanelle Scott star in "The Sex Lives of College Girls" on HBO Max.


glorilla single image

Cover art for Glorilla and Cardi B's "Tomorrow 2."


lizzy mcalpine 4

Lizzy McAlpine embarked on her first headlining tour this fall with support from Carol Ades.


1975 single artwork

Artwork for 1975’s single "All I Need to Hear."


‘Bros’ Review: Just Your Average Bromance

While the film is notable for being one of the first gay romantic comedies from a major studio, its boundary-breaking nature cannot make up for what it lacks in the way of consistent humor and strong performances.


"Bros" Film Poster

While "Bros" is notable for being one of the first gay romantic comedies from a major studio, its boundary-breaking nature cannot make up for what it lacks in the way of consistent humor and strong performances.


True Crime Think-Piece Still

A true crime obsession lurks in the shadows of the collective American consciousness weaving through movie plots and infesting Netflix algorithms. Call it morbid or fascinating, this explosion of content is inescapable.


Central Square Graffiti Wall

Looking to get out of the Harvard Square bubble, but don’t want to go across the river? Look no further than Central Square.


Larissa Pham’s ‘Pop Song’ Review: A Distressing Memoir about Delusive Coping Strategies

While the "Pop Song" should be applauded for its poetic prose, intelligence, and raw honesty that will certainly resonate with young readers grappling with hurtful experiences, Pham’s vulnerability borders on trauma porn.


"Pop Song" cover.

The cover of Larissa Pham's "Pop Song."


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