Aaron Bady

Aaron Bady is a writer in Oakland and an editor at The New Inquiry.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Game of Thrones: Season 8, "Winterfell"

Dear Television's Aaron Bady and Sarah Mesle dramatically reunite to discuss "Winterfell" and why it's a dumb idea for Game of Thrones to ever really end....


The Westworld Rickroll

Is Westworld back on its bullshit? Aaron Bady investigates for Dear Televisions......


Star Trek: Discovery

Aaron Bady and Sarah Mesle for Dear TV ravenously consume two new hours of Star Trek: Discovery. What's the verdict? The present sucks....


Game of Thrones: Season 7, "Eastwatch"

That bowl of fermented crab seems sort of unsteady; how do you keep it from spilling if you’re taking that little rowboat on the ocean? Invest in some good Tupperware, would be my advice....


The Santa Clarita Diet, Season 1

Everything is about Trump now, whether it wants to be or not. There’s no fact more central to our consciousness, no event more pressing: if the president of the United States is a fascist, then nothing, here, can remain untouched by that reality....


Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life

Estate and Main [Spoilers ahead, look out!] Dear Television, In 2007, when Amy Sherman-Palladino didn’t get to finish Gilmore Girls, ...


Westworld, Season 1

Aaron Bady discusses how HBO's new "Westworld" adaptation clarifies the changing demands of the modern TV audience...


Stranger Things, Season One

It Doesn't Matter Dear Television, The conversation around Stranger Things has been all about the show’s “influences”: the first thing ...


The Two Ngugis: Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s “In the House of the Interpreter”
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