This year, BuzzFeed Entertainment talked to the people behind some of the biggest projects of the year (like The Hunger Games, American Horror Story, and Serial) and reminisced with others who helped make past favorites (like Friends, Twin Peaks, and Hey Dude). Warning: SPOILERS ABOUND!
After a two-season struggle to figure out if he has Asperger’s, it seemed like Ray Romano’s character finally reached a conclusion on Thursday’s episode. But showrunner Jason Katims told BuzzFeed News it’s still unresolved.
With showrunner Jason Katims’ raw storytelling and the passion and dedication of young actor Max Burkholder, the NBC drama has depicted a journey never before seen on network television, shedding light on life on the spectrum.
He may not have won the game, but he’s still a winner in our book.
A teen with Asperger’s Syndrome and agoraphobia finds courage to go to school with the help of a corgi who dresses up in a school uniform to help him out. True story! You can read more on Huffington Post to get the full story.
Over-diagnosed and ill defined, the syndrome seems headed for psychiatry’s scrap heap. Instead, the condition will be folded into the new Autism spectrum, debuting next year.