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“Supernatural” Concludes Poorly, Fails To Live Up to Expectations of Longtime Fans

By Iyanah Langa December 3, 2020

★★★☆☆ *This review contains spoilers. After 15 seemingly endless seasons, the longest-running American live-action fantasy TV series and cult favorite “Supernatural” has finally drawn...

‘American Murder: The Family Next Door’ Creatively Recounts a Horrific Modern Familicide

‘American Murder: The Family Next Door’ Creatively Recounts a Horrific Modern Familicide

By Emma Ginsberg October 20, 2020

★★★☆☆ Two years after one of the most highly publicized murder cases in recent memory, the Christopher Watts familicide still enthrals true-crime fans, as Netflix’s new documentary “American...

Season 2 of The Umbrella Academy Introduces Acting Powerhouses, Stuns with Visuals, Soundtrack

Season 2 of ‘The Umbrella Academy’ Introduces Acting Powerhouses, Stuns with Visuals, Soundtrack

By Emma Ginsberg September 9, 2020

★★★★☆ A pair of children’s bowling shoes drops to the ground in a 1960s Dallas alleyway, setting the stage for season two of Netflix’s “The Umbrella Academy,” known for its distinctive...


HBO’s ‘Years and Years’ Envisions Future With Cynicism

By Steven Botsoe September 6, 2019

“Years and Years,” an HBO miniseries that debuted earlier this year, is simultaneously harrowing, hopeful and amusingly speculative as it attempts to paint a picture of what the near future might hold...

BOARDWALK PICTURES | Chef Sean Brock makes up only one of the diverse voices featured in the latest season of the Netflix food documentary Chefs Table.

‘Chef’s Table’ Season 6 Brings Together Diverse Culinary Voices

By Vienna Roche April 23, 2019

In the newest installment of Netflix’s food documentary, “Chef’s Table,” Director David Gelb showcases four dynamic chefs who celebrate the traditional food they grew up with while pushing the...


Television Review: ‘Champions’

By Kyra DiMarco April 5, 2018

★★★★☆ Mindy Kaling’s new NBC show “Champions” packs heart, humor and pop culture references, but the sitcom falls into a pattern reminiscent of “The Mindy Project.” The show...

Television Review: ‘Black Mirror’

By Matthew De Silva February 20, 2015

★★★★☆ How do you imagine the world in 2025? Will computer chips replace our feeble human minds? Might our social media profiles become our only profiles? Could digital terrorism reach new...

Television Review: ‘Transparent’

By Graham Kalzuny October 17, 2014

★★★★★ When a typical student thinks of the website Amazon, he or she likely thinks of it as a center of online shopping to buy textbooks or something he or she needs for his or her room. However,...


New comedy sitcom “Mulaney” seemed to be poised for success but ended up disappointing with poor timing and forced humor.

Television Review: ‘Mulaney’

By Bryan Yuen October 10, 2014

★★☆☆☆ Even though at first glance “Mulaney” seems to be a new comedy with a lot of potential, it falls flat. “Mulaney” is not like other sitcoms stylistically  and while the attempt...


Jay Z and Beyonce prove that they are still music royalty with their tour On The Run which has been filmed by HBO.

Television Review: ‘On The Run’

By Nicole Jarvis September 26, 2014

★★★★☆ When you think of Beyoncé and Jay-Z, what images pop into your head? Is it Brooklyn and Houston and mind-boggling personal and professional success? Or is it a gang king and a princess...

Orange Is the New Black’ Breaks the Mold

By Kim Bussing July 18, 2013

If Netflix is best at anything, it’s doing what you least expect. First, it released “House of Cards,” a political thriller so addicting that it garnered a troupe of fans without ever airing...

The Beauty of the Red Wedding

By Victoria Edel June 6, 2013

It always takes me a little while to process things, so in the immediate aftermath of Sunday’s “Game of Thrones,” unlike most people I know, I did not immediately take to Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr to...

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