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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Grace Orriss

Grace Orriss joined The Daily Californian's arts & entertainment staff in fall 2018 and currently contributes to the department as the spring 2021 television beat and as a senior staff writer. Her previous roles include theater beat reporter (spring 2019), arts & entertainment assistant editor (fall 2019), arts & entertainment head editor (spring and summer 2020) and special issues editor (fall 2020).

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I’ve drawn upon my “Survivor” studies in order to compile a (spoiler-free) list of, in my opinion, some of the show’s most compelling seasons.
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I’ve drawn upon my “Survivor” studies in order to compile a (spoiler-free) list of, in my opinion, some of the show’s most compelling seasons.
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Krasinski’s choice to return to the world of “A Quiet Place” was inspired by the thematic potential that a sequel could carry. 
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Krasinski’s choice to return to the world of “A Quiet Place” was inspired by the thematic potential that a sequel could carry. 
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The show’s recurring leans on genre-based nostalgia conjure up purely predictable charm, but “I Am Not Okay With This” nevertheless finds its strength in refreshing updates of this trope-y familiarity.
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The show’s recurring leans on genre-based nostalgia conjure up purely predictable charm, but “I Am Not Okay With This” nevertheless finds its strength in refreshing updates of this trope-y familiarity.
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As the night progressed, viewers saw the expected winners triumph in the acting categories, while the night’s top awards saw stunning, historic upsets.    
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As the night progressed, viewers saw the expected winners triumph in the acting categories, while the night’s top awards saw stunning, historic upsets.    
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It’s time for the Oscars to dispense with the waiting, and instead award the year’s brightest performances the first time around.
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It’s time for the Oscars to dispense with the waiting, and instead award the year’s brightest performances the first time around.
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This year’s Oscar nominations showcase some of the year’s best films, and, as usual, shower praise on some of the worst.
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This year’s Oscar nominations showcase some of the year’s best films, and, as usual, shower praise on some of the worst.
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Here are the winners of The Daily Californian’s fourth annual Snubby Awards: our picks for the most shocking, sad and suspicious snubs heading into the 2020 Oscars.
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Here are the winners of The Daily Californian’s fourth annual Snubby Awards: our picks for the most shocking, sad and suspicious snubs heading into the 2020 Oscars.
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But after a year packed with critically acclaimed, masterful films directed by women, watching the complete shutout stung more than expected. 
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But after a year packed with critically acclaimed, masterful films directed by women, watching the complete shutout stung more than expected. 
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In a night seemingly meant to be ruled by Netflix, Netflix came up short at the 77th Golden Globe Awards.
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In a night seemingly meant to be ruled by Netflix, Netflix came up short at the 77th Golden Globe Awards.
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