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What ‘I May Destroy You’ Got About Millennials That ‘Girls’ Didn’t

HBO’s series about women on the verge have come a long way in the last decade

“I May Destroy You.” Photo: HBO

In the pilot episode of I May Destroy You, Michaela Coel’s stunning rape mystery-dramedy for HBO by way of the BBC, Twitter-famous author Arabella Essiedu (Coel) takes what is meant to be an hour-long writing break from her…

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Molly Oswaks is a freelance journalist based in Los Angeles, CA. Work in: The New York Times, Playboy, Glamour, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Details, etc.

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