Tag Archives: The New Yorker

  1. How Snap Originals Beat Facebook and Instagram in Adapting TV to Social Media

    s long as critics are lifting their year-end songs of praise, I’d like to propose that the most formally inventive episode of television in 2018 was the fifth installment of “Co-Ed,” which consists of one long scene of a young woman silently sitting with her phone. The character, Vita (Lucy Barrett), sends a deceptive text message…