Nov. 2, 2015 Audrey Jensen firstname.lastname@example.org “Are you sure you want to deactivate your account?” It wasn’t easy to break up with you Netflix, but it had to be done.
Oct. 12, 2015 Taylor Garcia email@example.com What do you think about Nickelodeon bringing back old shows to late night TV? Micah Radakovich, junior I think it will be good. We
Oct. 12, 2015 April Wefler firstname.lastname@example.org My childhood returned to TV on Oct. 5 and I’m thrilled.
Sept. 14, 2015 April Wefler email@example.com Since the creation of Hollywood, roles belonging to people of color have often been handed to white actors. But when a black actor dares
April 13, 2015 April Wefler firstname.lastname@example.org Soap operas, first broadcast on the radio in 1930, are often considered the redheaded stepchild of television. They are something one fondly (or not
Oct. 6, 2014 Samantha Morley, email@example.com Erik Homme, senior, English “I would probably say ‘Doctor Who.’ ‘Once Upon a Time’ follows close after that.” Josh Albo, second-year transfer, game design
Oct. 21, 2013 April Wefler firstname.lastname@example.org 2/5 stars Mary Stuart, dark-haired and lacking the strength that history fondly remembers of her, has become the newest character to be ruined by
Oct. 14, 2013 April Wefler email@example.com 4/5 stars Wonderland’s Alice is in love with a genie. The Red Queen is teaming up with Jafar. The Knave of Hearts is interacting
Oct. 7, 2013 Nick Burns firstname.lastname@example.org We are at the edge of our seats for the Oct. 13 “The Walking Dead” season four premiere, and our fascination with zombies is
Sept. 30, 2013 Cynthia Jeub email@example.com Sorry to disappoint, Nathan Fillion. “Firefly” is not coming back, and its writer’s latest show doesn’t compare.