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50 shades of disappointment

February 16, 2017

HBO’s ‘The Young Pope’ is Trump-era TV that is worth the watch

Brad Baronner, Contributing Writer

January 26, 2017

Jude Law stars as Pope Pius XIII in HBO’s new limited series “The Young Pope,” which challenges notions of conventionalism and questions social and religious morality. The opening sequence of the series shows Pope Pius XII...

Pokémon franchise is back with a new world

Tyler Stigall, Science/International editor

December 8, 2016

Alola Pokémon trainers! It seems that after the nuclear ending of the six generations of Pokemon games—set in some caricature of France—the Pokemon franchise has washed up on the shores of Hawaii. Wait, no, I meant the ...

Netflix releases four-part mini-series

Marley Parish, Features Editor

December 1, 2016

The sacred final four words of the series have been spoken after Netflix released the Gilmore Girls revival “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” on Friday, Nov. 25. Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino picks up right where she left ...

Baby, don’t pull me closer

Marley Parish, Features editor

October 27, 2016

Andrew Taggart and Halsey bring the lyrics to the hit song, “Closer” to life in a music video loaded with steamy kisses and a lack of clothing. The song focuses on a couple who broke up and are now reunited after years of bei...

‘South Park’ slips into the surreal

Brad Baronner, Contributing Writer

October 27, 2016

Like most people watching TV, when last week’s “South Park”  episode aired Wednesday, Oct. 26, at 10 p.m., I was watching our country’s most recent presidential debate instead. And like most people watching the debate, I ...

Series explores societal divides

Brad Baronner, Contributing Writer

October 13, 2016

Ever hear someone talk about “The Wire” like it is a high-level sociology class? I have. I have probably done it myself too. Part of what makes the show resonate is the way it fosters a conversation. One season is about blue...

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