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“Voltron: Legendary Defender” Mixes It Up in Season Five

The newest season of “Voltron: Legendary Defender” breaks through the space in Netflix that consists of only six episodes and can only be described as drawn strings with little to no attachments. Season Four with Voltron the Coalition that was formed by Allura (Kimberly Brooks) and the Paladins as a force of resistance to the… Continue reading “Voltron: Legendary Defender” Mixes It Up in Season Five

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“Girls Incarcerated”: Season One Review

“Girls Incarcerated” is a Netflix original documentary, released March 2. The documentary follows young girls who are incarcerated in an Indiana juvenile correctional facility known as Madison. The documentary was recorded in 2017 and was filmed over the course of several months. Each episode is about 45 minutes long; each one titled as a different… Continue reading “Girls Incarcerated”: Season One Review

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“Everything Sucks!”, Especially High School

On Feb. 16, Netflix released “Everything Sucks!,” a show about a group of high schoolers in 1996. For some people, high school can be the best four years of their lives, while others can’t wait for those four years to pass. It is like that now, and it was like that back in the 1990s.… Continue reading “Everything Sucks!”, Especially High School

Campus News

“Trolls: The Beat Goes on” Lacks Character Development

DreamWorks Animation debuted its new animated television series “Trolls: The Beat Goes On” on Netflix as a sequel to the 3D animated movie “Trolls,” featuring Poppy (Amanda Leighton) and Branch (Skylar Astin), originally played by Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake. The show is based on the movie “Trolls” that was released in late 2016. The… Continue reading “Trolls: The Beat Goes on” Lacks Character Development

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“When We First Met” Delivers Smiles

“When We First Met” is a Netflix original movie; the romantic comedy stars Adam DeVine and Alexandra Daddario. Adam DeVine plays the film’s lead character, Noah, and best friend to Daddario’s character, Avery; on-screen the two share many great memories with each other. The Netflix original has a similar plot to “Groundhog Day” (1993), where… Continue reading “When We First Met” Delivers Smiles

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“Queer Eye” is Back With a New Purpose

A reboot of “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,” now called just “Queer Eye” released its first season to Netflix Feb. 7, 2018. The original show was on Bravo and ran from 2003 to 2007. In the show, the “Fab Five,” a group of gay men with expertise in the areas of grooming, fashion, diet,… Continue reading “Queer Eye” is Back With a New Purpose

Editorials

Is the Internet Causing Cable T.V. to become obselete?

Why watch your favorite show on an actual television when you can watch it on your laptop or phone? If the big screen is your preference, you can watch it on your television too at your convenience. You can watch whatever you choose in your own time. Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Prime and special channels… Continue reading Is the Internet Causing Cable T.V. to become obselete?

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Marvel’s “Runaways” Hits Hulu

The allure of a murder mystery, the diversity of the Power Rangers, and the sheer power that is Marvel has been rolled into a proverbial melting pot in Marvel’s newest show, "Runaways." In a quite peculiar or very strategic move, cinematic universe giant Marvel has decided to place the television show on the streaming network… Continue reading Marvel’s “Runaways” Hits Hulu

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“The Magicians” Season Two Struggles with Pace

The TV adaption of Lev Grossman’s book series “The Magicians” released its second season to Netflix Dec. 11 about one month before the premiere of the show’s third season on the network channel Syfy. The show’s first season ended with one of the most jaw-dropping twists in television. Quentin's (Jason Ralph) friend Julia (Stella Maeve)… Continue reading “The Magicians” Season Two Struggles with Pace

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Return of “The Crown”

The highly acclaimed historical drama "The Crown" starring Matt Smith as Prince Phillip and Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II returns for its second season on Netflix. At the end of Season 1 in the series, Elizabeth’s sister Margaret (Vannessa Kirby) was unable to be granted permission from the Church and cabinet to marry Peter… Continue reading Return of “The Crown”