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Our Favorite TV Shows, Podcasts, and Books of 2022

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Best TV, Books & Podcasts of 2022

Best TV, Books & Podcasts of 2022

Is it just me or in 2022 i can’t stop talking about this A book, a podcast, a TV show? Every few months, it felt like a new pop culture giant appeared and hijacked everyone’s group chats. What made you laugh, hold your breath, and binge? What was the most fun? Here are some of our favorites and what more we want to get in 2023…

Best TV, Books & Podcasts of 2022

Joanna GoddardEditor
Favorite TV show: mowith a hat on the white lotus
Favorite Podcast Episode: This American Life: correct the recordit made me laugh forever
Favorite book: working mind
Favorite Purchases: ballet flats When cashmere shirt jacket
Two words to describe your year: family and wholeness

“We are in the golden age of television, books and podcasts. mois a Netflix comedy-drama inspired by the real-life experiences of comedian Mo Amer as a Palestinian refugee growing up in Houston. I fell in love with the characters, especially my cheerful and honest brother who has autism. (He happily tells their lawyer:[My mom] She wants you to take your shoes off and she wishes you weren’t Polish. ” Finally, my fashion MVP for 2022 is ballet flatswhich I always wear, and cashmere shirt jacket Feels like the coolest blanket in the world. “

Best TV, Books & Podcasts of 2022

Janelle Sanchezco-editor
Favorite TV show: Never Have I Ever
Favorite Podcast Episode: Strive for: Summer To Do List & Mormon MomTok
Favorite book: I’ll Show Myself Out
Favorite Purchases: this plump lipstick Romantic, intense and my new everyday lip color
Two words to describe your year: inspiring and insightful

“My year was full of introspection, challenging, but exhausting. So whenever I had half an hour of my time, I wanted to laugh. I’ll Show Myself Out It was delivered. Reading her essay felt like catching up with a friend who is unafraid to laugh at the turmoil of parenthood. .) Her book also opened me up to a world of humorous essays that I can’t stop inhaling.For TV, I bingeed Never Have I Ever In two days; it felt good to forget about my adult worries and instead focus on who Debi would end up with: Ben or Paxton?! I’m looking for podcasts, books, and shows that can be easily dropped because I have a gut feeling that they’ll bring in. All records welcome! “

Kaitlyn TearContributing Editor
Favorite TV show: someone somewhere
Favorite Podcast Episode: About existence: adrian marie brown
Favorite book: Essential Labor: Motherhood as Social Change
Favorite Purchases: this art prints To celebrate the birth of the second child
Two words to describe your year: generation and clarification

“My husband and I watched a bittersweet comedy someone somewhere — about a woman in her 40s returning to her hometown in Kansas — her first weeks at home with her newborn.I wasn’t for anything too intense.The quirky and heartfelt vibe was just right.I walked and listened to a lot this year, but this was my favorite podcast episode. About the interview with Adrian Marie BrownThe thought-provoking dialogue about massive change and the complexity of our present day has fed my imagination on what is possible. About the basis of existence — a special series introducing the 2023 season — and each of its four short talks culminates in a big, heart-opening question. The sun was setting and I could see my breath.Christa Tippett’s invitation felt like the right companion to ponder the coming year.

Best TV, Books & Podcasts of 2022

Favorite TV show: Abbott Elementary School
Favorite Podcast Episode: We can do the hard: Overwhelm (My husband and I both heard this and changed our marriage!)
Favorite book: portrait of marriage
Favorite Purchases: my own shiatsu body massager
Two words to describe your year: gentle and transformative

“The New York Times bestselling novel portrait of marriage It presents a picture of Renaissance Italy through the eyes of a young woman abandoned in his precarious mansion after marrying an enigmatic duke. The real Lucrezia de Medici died a mysterious death a year after her marriage. O’Farrell’s prose is one of the most exciting hers I’ve ever read, with an almost textured feel that makes the novel come to life. Please keep writing like this in 2023! I’ve read a lot of books this past year for him, but next year I want to go to a real live cinema. Lecine

Best of 2022

Abigail Rasminskycontributor
Favorite TV show: bad sisters
Favorite Podcast Episode: All about Anderson Cooper: thanks for the sadness
Favorite book: Lucy by the Sea
Favorite Purchases: most comfortable clogs; I wear them every day
Two words to describe your year: thrilling and tiring

“In his grief podcast everything exists, Anderson Cooper cries openly in every episode — about the recent death of his mother, his father when he was 10, and his brother when he was 21. It was an honor to testify.For TV I loved bad sisters, a whodunnit murder mystery starring five Irish sisters who love, protect and rage on each other. I was shocked by the ending. In January of this year, my family left Los Angeles for an extended vacation to Cambridge, England. I want to spend less time looking at my phone and more time looking at the local scene. That’s why I want to read more British authors. Bernardine Everist When Zadi Smith —and maybe I will finally read Jane Austen! “

Best TV, Books & Podcasts of 2022

christine prideRace Matters Columnist
Favorite TV show: From the beginning
Favorite Podcast Episode: Don’t trust me: Sisters: Introduction
Favorite book: tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow
Favorite Purchases: i bought loose luggage for a trip to Israelit made me feel grown up and ready for adventure
Two words to describe your year: Scalability and sufficiency

“I loved From the beginning Because 1) it’s a fascinating series and 2) I published it. Based on memoirAlso, this year I fell in love for the first time in a long time, completely Ready to be affected by a poignant love story.I am looking forward to seeing many attractive books coming out next year. Poverty, by America, I have a few questionsand even my own, you were always mine, this is my personal highlight for 2023. “

how about you What TV shows, podcasts, books, and purchases did you enjoy most this year? What are you looking forward to exploring next year? Let us know…

PS And a juicy list of 2022 favorite TV shows and audiobooks.

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