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In the grand scheme TV is more authentic not to mention compelling when you know that theres no artificial safety net around topics like endangering children But Jesuslately TV has practically replaced the safety net with a trap door I’ve also been that person with NBC’s Hannibal I have tried to love this show I watched the entire first season; I tried again with the second; I’ve watched the opening episodes of the third Intellectually I know this is an amazing series (Matt Zoller Seitz eloquently makes the case for it at Vulture) As a visual document it’s the closest network TV gets to pure art It’s structurally daring and psychologically probing; its images are as rich as the flesh of a beast fed only acorns and oysters Butthis is not a thing a serious critic is supposed to sayI just don’t like it No more like I can’t like it I can admire it be awed by it but I can’t connect with it in any way that makes me want to tune in the next episode It leaves me cold I don’t find Lecter fascinating or even interesting nor Will Graham’s tortured empathy I know that it is a show about a killer who aestheticizes violence (though the violence often happens offscreen) and yet I can’t help but be skeeved by the aestheticization of violencethe endless searing chops pan reductions and unctuous juices (Sidebar: do you really serve man-flesh that rare Isn’t it more like pork) I simply find nothing to attach to in it It is a shimmering sheer glass wall that I lack the emotional suction cups to scale I don’t however assume that Hannibal‘s makers or its fans get off on cannibalism I don’t think they find suffering amusing And I resist the idea that depicting a thing equals endorsing that thing (a charge against TV going back to Tony Soprano and Archie Bunker) Hannibal isn’t cheaply dumbly exploitative (unlike say last season’s Stalker) See The Real-Life People Who Inspired Game of Thrones Characters From left: Cersei and Margaret of Anjou HBO; Getty Images From Left: Khaleesi and Queen Elizabeth I HBO; Getty Images From Left: Melisandre and Bloody Mary Helen Sloan—HBO; Getty Images From left: Talisa Stark and Anne Boleyn Helen Sloan—HBO; Getty Images From left: Brienne of Tarth and Joan of Arc HBO; DeAgostini—Getty Images From left: Henry VIII and Robert Baratheon HBO; Getty Images From left: Joffrey and Caligula HBO; De Agostini—Getty Images 1 of 7 Advertisement Its just not for me and theres a difference between "not for me" and "not for any decent person" Unlike the fans in Meereen Square Garden most of usI hopedo not enjoy murder or rape or the immolation of children in themselves for their own sake without context And context doth made hypocrites of us all Thus I would defend the Shireen story even though I dread child-in-peril stories even though I hated watching it probably more than any scene in five seasons (on a show that has crucified children and pushed one out a window) Stannis though he has benefitted from having awful enemies to be compared to is not a good man He’s a lawful man with a rigid code but that’s not the same thing His inflexible dedication to the rules (right down to grammar) and to his legitimacy overwhelms his mercy and his love If Game of Thrones is a test of varying spins on what is a “good” ruler this is what you get with Stannis: a promise of a fortified Wall and an innocent girl burned alive “The Dance of Dragons” aired a week after the outstanding “Hardhome” which ended with Jon Snow rowing off in silence with the few Wildling survivors of a massacre by the Nights King and his undead army You could see it as just another in a chain of OMG moments but I think the episodes pair together to a purpose Game of Thrones is a story about war for powerbut it’s also a story of how that war is fought by self-interested awful people whose squabbles distract them from encroaching global frozen death Stannis burning Shireen on the pyre of his ambition Dany soaring away from the city she left in bloody chaos are all part of a struggle for an Iron Throne that will be worthless if no one bothers to melt the Icicle Crown That said: the fact is that Game of Thrones like its source booksand like many other HBO dramasis predicated on the idea that life in its world is largely terrible and the people running it are largely terrible except the good ones to whom largely terrible things happen In most of its societies like in many Earthly ones women are traded like chattel and thousands die to advance the fortunes of boldface names That is a legitimate choice But it is a choice To say that Thrones has to be a certain way because its story is “medieval” is as wrong as to say that because it is a “fantasy” it is able and thus obligated to uplift us It could have been set in a society with a different power structure or different ideas about women and the powerless or just less burning alive It could have decided to be Tolkien or Galavant It didn’t Having made that valid choice it’s fair for the show to make choices that are consistent with that visionand it’s fair game for people to reject that vision But I think you can critique a show without reviewing the audience Like Ive said before and I’ll say again: TV’s not a chili-pepper-eating contest; no TV watcher has an obligation to art to show how much pain they can stomach Conversely the fact that a story sickens me is not proof that that story is irresponsible or morally reckless or that people who enjoy it are sick bastards My gut doesn’t make the rules no matter what Stephen Colbert says So if you love Hannibal bon appetitit looks like youve got a strong season ahead As for me Im looking forward to more Game of Thrones even the parts that I guarantee you I will hate to watch Read next: Game of Thrones Showrunner on the Horrifying Death Scene: Its Supposed to Be Awful Listen to the most important stories of the day Contact us at [email protected] a week after an earthquake devastated Nepal the country’s European Union ambassador has confirmed that 12 EU citizens were killed and said 1000 people from the EU are still missing Speaking on Friday Ambassador Rensje Teerink told Reuters: “We don’t know where they are or (where) they could be” He said most of the Europeans were tourists in the Langtang and Lukla areas of Nepal Langtang a region north of the Kathmandu Valley is a popular destination for trekkers and has suffered from dangerous mudslides and an avalanche Lukla a town in the north-east sits at the base of Mount Everest and is now an important base for the rescue effort after the April 25 quake killed at least 18 climbers The death toll from the 79 magnitude quake is now over 6200 and thousands more remain unaccounted for [Reuters] Witness the Aftermath of Nepal’s Devastating Earthquake A Nepalese boy stands amid earthquake damage in the ancient city of Bhaktapur in the Kathmandu Valley April 28 2015 three days after a 78-magnitude earthquake had hit the country Adam Ferguson for TIME A Nepalese man carries recovered belongings through the streets of Bhaktapur in the Kathmandu Valley April 28 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME People stand on top of a damaged building in Durbar Square in Kathmandu April 26 2015 The historic Durbar Square a UNESCO world heritage site was severely damaged in the earthquake Adam Ferguson for TIME A group of Hindu Nepalese women mourn the loss of four family members who were killed in the earthquake at the site of funeral pyres on the river of Kathmandu April 28 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME A crowd watches Indian forces excavating collapsed apartments looking for bodies and survivors in Kathmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Nepalese forces excavate the Dharahara tower in Kathmandu April 26 2015 The building a UNESCO world heritage site was severely damaged in the earthquake Adam Ferguson for TIME Nepalese people flee buildings during an aftershock in Kathmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Indian and Nepalese forces attempt to identify a body after it was recovered from a collapsed restaurant in Kathmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME A Hindu Nepalese man tends to a funeral pyre built for a person killed in the earthquake on the river in Kathmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Nepalese forces excavate the Dharahara tower in Kathmandu April 26 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Nepalese forces clear fallen bamboo from ruins in Durbar Square Kathmandu April 26 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Nepalese children walk through the street in the ancient city of Bhaktapur in the Kathmandu Valley April 28 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Workers repair power lines in Kathmandu April 28 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Indian and Nepalese forces excavate a body from collapsed apartments in Kathmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Nepalese people retrieve belongings from damaged homes in Bhaktapur Kathmandu Valley April 29 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Nepalese women mourn relatives lost in the earthquake in Bhaktapur in the Kathmandu Valley April 29 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME People walk through the damaged streets in the ancient city of Bhaktapur Kathmandu Valley April 29 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME A displaced Nepalese family takes shelter in a tent in a Kathmandu park April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME A mother looks at her son who was injured in the earthquake at the Nepal and India Trauma Center in Kathmandu April 29 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME Emergency rescue workers clear debris and search for survivors in Katmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME A body recovered from a collapsed restaurant in Kathmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME A Nepalese man tends to a funeral pyre built for a person killed in the earthquake on the river in Kathmandu April 28 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME A funeral pyre built for a person killed in the earthquake on the river in Kathmandu April 27 2015 Adam Ferguson for TIME 1 of 23 Advertisement Write to Naina Bajekal at [email protected] an official said." 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