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“The Martian” took home a few awards, including the Best Picture Musical or Comedy award.

Nominees, winners and bedlam at the Golden Globes

Lars Torres, Staff Reporter January 15, 2016

The 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards were bitingly comedic and lengthy. Celebrating the best in film and television of 2015, the Globes were hosted by veteran comedian Ricky Gervais after lending hosting...

The new season of Teen Wolf brings plenty of confusion, but remains as captivating as ever.

“Teen Wolf” season premiere brings one confusing turn after another

Sierra Cotton, Staff Reporter January 7, 2016

After the long anticipated wait, Season 5B of “Teen Wolf” has finally arrived. So much time has passed between the first and second part of the season that I almost forgot who some of the characters...

“The Bachelor” premiere starts a season of drama, love

Alex Clarke, Staff Reporter January 5, 2016

“The Bachelor” is back for its 20th season of more or less scripted cat-fights, emotional breakdowns and romance. If you have watched the show before, you know the drill. Things usually follow the...

7 TV shows to binge watch this break

Peyton Henderson, Staff Reporter December 16, 2015

There are twenty-five days between the last day of finals and the first day of spring semester. So indulge in those twenty-five glorious days of freedom. Treat yo’ self. Find a spot on the couch, grab...

The popular show is filled with quirky characters.

“The Mindy Project” is back in fashion on Hulu

Julia Bianco, Director of Web and Multimedia September 17, 2015

“The Mindy Project” is a show that has never concerned itself with consistency. Characters come and go without explanation while others change personalities at the drop of a hat. It’s not about the...

Aya Cash and Chris Geere star in Youre the Worst.

Terrible people make good TV in “You’re the Worst”

Michael Wu, Contributing Reporter September 17, 2015

Despite being buried under FX’s impressive slate of original series including “Louie” and “Archer,” “You’re the Worst” quickly made itself known as a refreshingly crass take on the already...

“Korra Alone” lives up to its predecessor

Brian Sherman, Staff Reporter October 16, 2014

The second episode of "The Legend of Korra: Book Four" might have raised an "Avatar" fan’s eyebrow upon hearing its title. "Korra Alone," a callback to the episode "Zuko Alone" from the original "Avatar:...

Disney Buys Rights to Star Wars as Whitney Continues Downward Spiral

Disney Buys Rights to Star Wars as Whitney Continues Downward Spiral

Drew Scheeler, Film and Television Reporter November 16, 2012

The holiday season is fast approaching. The Cleveland weather has turned miserable overnight. Pretty soon, lethal-sized icicles will form on the eaves of the Peter B. Lewis building, a festive joke from...

Television Retrospective: Jersey Shore’s Final Season

Elaina Lin, Theatre and Dance Reporter November 1, 2012

Surfing through channels, a scene of a bitter verbal fight pops briefly across the screen. Further examination will reveal a depiction of people going through their daily lives and routines, nothing too...

An Apology/Love Letter to Cartoon Network.

Drew Scheeler, Film and Television Reporter October 5, 2012

Hey Cartoon Network! Long time no see! You just turned twenty. Wow. It feels like just yesterday we were growing up together and watching “Hanna-Barbera” shows together and then you starting making...

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