This mainstream television series may be about the afterlife, but it also serves as a platform for defining our morality here in the real world. We discuss the team behind its creation and how they crafted a narrative that avoids political correctness, while teaching us about ethics and positivity in a time of political trauma.
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- Science… For Her!
- Let’s Get Physics Y’all
- EXPERIMENTING with Megan Amram
- The Lifeguard
- They Remain
- The Prisoner
- Brooklyn 99
- The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
- Kantian comedy: the philosophy of The Good Place
- The Complicated Morality of The Good Place
- The Good Place: how a sitcom made philosophy seem cool
- Talking to a Philosopher About ‘The Good Place’
- The Good Psychology In ‘The Good Place’
- How Will NBC’s ‘The Good Place’ Tackle Religion?
- How ‘The Good Place’ Became an Antihero Antidote
- ‘The Good Place’s Optimism Is a Salve for Despair in the Trump Era
- ‘The Good Place’ Helps Normalize Interracial Relationships
- ‘The Good Place’ is The Most Woke Sitcom on TV
- ‘The Good Place’ brings representation and genius-level comedy to the small screen