The news that Alicia Keys is about to return to the small screen is a little like the arrival of the new millennium, except the new year is a whole lot calmer.
Alicia Keys’ death is a tragedy, not a fluke.
The news is heartbreaking, but the tragedy comes at the end of a long, complicated arc.
The show that began with a bang (and ended with a crash landing) ended with its creator (Woody Harrelson) leaving.
The network that produced the show (ABC) was bought by Disney for $3.4 billion, and its production team is now looking for a new creative voice.
A cast of actors who, despite the death of Alicia Keys, are beloved, including Woody Harrelsons son, has been the lifeblood of the show, but it is a cast that is still young.
They have to do more than just fill the roles that are there.
The characters are older, more mature, and they have to take on the responsibilities that came with the show’s new status as a television franchise.
The death of Keys, and the show that she and the rest of the cast have built over the years, is a big deal.
But it is also a very human tragedy.
In a world where people are increasingly disconnected from one another, a loved one dies.
It is a deeply personal thing for any parent, and it should not be taken lightly.
It’s an act of loss that has been a part of our lives for a long time.
That is not to say that the deaths of a loved ones are inevitable.
There are plenty of tragedies that we don’t see every day.
We can talk about the deaths in sports, where people go to the end to save a game or to save lives.
We have seen the deaths during the Ebola pandemic.
The toll from a terrorist attack is hard to overstate.
There is a lot that we can do to prevent the next tragedy.
But we must not be blinded by our grief, because it is only a small part of the picture.
The truth is, the show we grew up with, Alicia Keys and her friends, Alicia, Alicia Jr., and Alicia and Alicia, has never been perfect.
Alicia’s death was the product of the network that she was on, and she died a tragic, tragic death.
But this tragedy is a new, tragic story.
Alicia was a talented actress.
She was a brilliant writer.
She knew her lines well.
But the truth is that she also had the potential to be a truly great actress.
And that potential was lost when she died.
The loss of Alicia is the loss of a wonderful actress.