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Travel back in time: The best Doctor Who stories of all time

Travel back in time: The best <em>Doctor Who</em> stories of all time

Ollie Gratzinger | Editor-in-Chief 02/20/20 A chilling new episode of Doctor Who hit the screen on Sunday night with “The Haunting of Villa Diodati,” featuring the return of a classic villain — the Cybermen. This marks the first appearance of the robotic killing machines since the tenth season finale in 2017, following showrunner Chris Chibnall’s […]

Human Discoveries is Facebook’s hidden gem

<em>Human Discoveries</em> is Facebook’s hidden gem

Hallie Lauer | Managing Editor 09/26/19 I need everyone to take a deep breath and just bear with me for a couple hundred words. I have recently discovered a show on, drumroll please … Facebook Watch. It is an animated series called Human Discoveries created specifically for this platform. Human Discoveries is exactly as it […]

‘Walking Dead’ struggles to follow up on sister series’ success

‘Walking Dead’ struggles to follow up on sister series’ success

Nicole Prieto | Staff Writer 11/02/17 On the heels of Fear the Walking Dead’s surprisingly successful season, Season 8 of The Walking Dead premiered on Oct. 22 with Rick Grimes and company dead set on the warpath against Negan and the Saviors. Season 7 saw the emotional reunion of Rick’s allies from Alexandria, The Hilltop […]

Season finale mixed bag for ‘Rick and Morty’

Season finale mixed bag for ‘Rick and Morty’

By Zach Landau | A&E Editor 10/05/17 So, Rick and Morty. Rick. And Morty. Together. 100 times forever Rick and Morty. Truth be told, I don’t know what to say about the third season of what is undoubtedly the strangest, most fantastical show on TV now. What can be best be described as part Futurama […]

Season 4 of ‘BoJack’ is television excellence

Season 4 of ‘BoJack’ is television excellence

By Zach Landau | A&E Editor Coming off the heels of a shocking and emotionally-devastating season finale, BoJack Horseman repositions itself as the premiere animated comedy about a horse who is, to borrow from the show’s lexicon, too much, man. The emotional and comedic depth offered in its last three seasons provided the perfect fodder […]

‘Legend of Korra’ returns in comic continuation

‘Legend of Korra’ returns in comic continuation

By Nicole Prieto | Staff Writer Legend of Korra fans rejoice: Turf Wars: Part One, the official comic continuation of the hit Nickelodeon series, landed on physical and digital shelves this summer. Written by co-creator Michael Dante DiMartino, with art by Irene Koh, the comic dives straight into the aftermath of Season 4. The explosive […]