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Oh Bo: A return to comedy five years later

Oh Bo: A return to comedy five years later

Elisa D'Egidio, Staff Writer May 7, 2021

On April 26, Bo Burnham posted to Instagram for the first time since June 2020, showing a dark room being illuminated by the light coming from a door cracked open from his comedy special “Make Happy.” Actor...

What to stream in March

Emily Brown , Contributing Writer March 9, 2021

March is here and this means streaming platforms are stepping up their game with many new and exciting shows and movies. Here are some notable picks to consider viewing this: WandaVision (2021) The...

What really happened to Elisa Lam?

Elisa D’Egidio, Contributing Writer February 27, 2021

As a criminal justice student, I have always had an interest in learning about all things “crime.” Shows such as “BuzzFeed Unsolved: True Crimes” and “Unsolved Mysteries” have always been amazing...

What to stream in February 2021

What to stream in February 2021

Shaylen Stancil, Contributing Writer February 8, 2021

It’s the start of a new month, which means there are new shows and movies available to watch on all your favorite streaming platforms. Here are some of the top picks for this month: Bridgerton If...

Netflix raises its prices to provide better content

Netflix raises its prices to provide better content

Shaylen Stancil, Contributing Writer November 16, 2020

On Oct. 29, Netflix announced a price increase for its standard and premium subscription plans. The standard plan increased by $1, now $13.99/month, while the premium plan increased by $2 to $17.99/month....

A look at the portrayal of immigration on television

A look at the portrayal of immigration on television

Amanda M. Castro, Managing Editor October 12, 2020

For years, television has been a way to bring visibility and shape people’s interpretations of the characters they portray. TV characters and stories have been given expanded importance and resonance...

Outer Banks Sets Out be Netflix’s Newest Hit

Outer Banks Sets Out be Netflix’s Newest Hit

Matt Verrilli, Staff Writer May 7, 2020

With everyone stuck inside for what seems like an endless amount of time, many people turn to streaming services to fill their time, and Netflix’s newest show “Outer Banks” aims to quench some of...

Money Heist, Season 4 Review: Long and Disappointing

Money Heist, Season 4 Review: Long and Disappointing

Amanda M. Castro, Staff Writer April 23, 2020

The third season of Netflix’s Spanish-language series, Money Heist, titled “La Casa de Papel,” premiered recently. The show usually makes me want to pull out my red jumpsuit and Dali mask, and dance...

How to Make it Through Quarantine

How to Make it Through Quarantine

Amanda M. Castro, Staff Writer April 16, 2020

While the global COVID-19 pandemic continues, public health authorities are crediting social distancing and self-quarantining with keeping infection rates lower than predicted. Most non-essential public...

Selena Gomez Produces “Living Undocumented” Netflix Series

Selena Gomez Produces “Living Undocumented” Netflix Series

Idelis Pizarro, Contributing Writer October 23, 2019

On Oct. 11, Netflix released a new docuseries, produced by Selena Gomez, called “Living Undocumented,” which follows eight families as they face potential deportation.  Production took place from...

“The Politician”

Rebecca Tatera, Contributing Writer October 23, 2019

“The Politician” a  Netflix original, throws the viewer into a whimsical, theatrical, and progressive universe through its outstanding casting, compelling dialogue, and its visually stunning scenes.  Let’s...

Netflix Finds Its New Superheroes in The Umbrella Academy

Netflix Finds Its New Superheroes in The Umbrella Academy

Matt Verrilli, Staff Writer April 17, 2019

Netflix’s newest show, “The Umbrella Academy,” combines the newly popular superhero genre with family drama, and keeps the audience on the edge of their seats. Released on Feb. 15, “The Umbrella...

A Q & A With Conover

A Q & A With Conover

Anna Downs, Arts and Entertainment Editor April 17, 2019

Adam Conover is coming to campus on May 4, courtesy of SCOPE. Conover is known for his show on TruTV, titled Adam Ruins Everything. In September, his show was added to Netflix so it is available to stream...

Velvet Buzzsaw: The Art of Kill

Velvet Buzzsaw: The Art of Kill

Jeremy Bellman , Contributing Writer April 17, 2019

Netflix’s latest original film, “Velvet Buzzsaw,” is a satirical thriller that explores the world of art critics consumed by greed, fame, and materialism. The film centers around Morf Vandewalt,...

Top 10 Movies on Netflix Right Now

Top 10 Movies on Netflix Right Now

Matt Verrilli , Staff Writer March 6, 2019

10) “Velvet Buzzsaw” Rotten Tomatoes Score: 65% Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, John Malkovich, Billy Magnussen, Toni Collette,    Natalia Dyer, Rene Russo From Dan Gilroy, director of movies...

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