What the decade’s top movies and TV shows say about our cities

Curbed | Dec 4, 2019 at 6:09 PM
  • During the age of peak television and rapidly proliferating streaming services, TV and film viewers have had more choices than ever, making it that much harder for anything to break through the clutter.
  • Wakanda offers a vision of technology serving city residents, and an optimism often missing from recent science fiction—and city planning.
  • BoJack Horseman skewers so many aspects of the 2010s—celebrity culture, journalism, social media—but, as Curbed’s Alissa Walker writes, it still manages to “create an entire Los Angeles universe that feels like it was made for people in LA”.