TV

What’s Next: When ‘The West Wing’ Foreshadowed Obama’s Era

In the wake of a truly terrifying and shocking election campaign, inauguration, and first month…

Why Brooklyn 99 Is More Than the Average Show

Brooklyn 99 is amazing, and if you aren’t watching it you are missing out on…

YouTube Red Allows Creators to Broaden Their Endeavors

In late 2015, YouTube Red joined the ranks of other subscription-based content streaming services like…

Saying Goodbye to Unpredictable Favorite: Grimm

We’ve all had a show we’ve loved too late—the show we put off watching because…

The Legacy of Girl Meets World Following Its Cancellation

In 2012, the Internet was flooded with excitement over a Boy Meets World spin-off called…

One Tree Hill
What I Learned About Life From One Tree Hill

When I first watched One Tree Hill, I didn’t realize how much I would learn…

Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald
Preparing for Zelda’s TV Debut: A Q&A with Therese Anne Fowler

In 2013, Therese Anne Fowler’s book Z: a Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald was released. At…

The Money Behind ‘The Grand Tour’ Ruins The Charm of ‘Top Gear’

When Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May left “Top Gear” I felt as if…

30 Thoughts I Had While Watching the Golden Globes

Last night, the 74th Golden Globe Awards took place in Los Angeles. As the world’s…

Why Black Twenty-Something Women Need Issa Rae’s “Insecure”

I got hip to Issa Rae in my third year of undergrad, when my Fictions…

Cristina Yang
How To Feel Better According To Cristina Yang

I remember the first time I watched Grey’s Anatomy. My mom rented the two discs…

Timeless Lucy
6 Reasons Why You Need to Catch-up On Timeless

It’s that time of year again. Tis the season for mid-series finales. The drama of…

Speechless Takes Baby Steps Towards Disability Representation

Historically, representation of individuals with disabilities in the media has been sorely lacking and at…

A Series of Unfortunate Events
A New Chance For “A Series of Unfortunate Events”

If you haven’t already heard, Netflix is making A Series of Unfortunate Events into a…

How Far Is Too Far When it Comes To Violence On TV?

Instances of tragedy and violence on the news seems more like a cliche in a TV show then what’s actually happening in the world. When a fictional character that takes a hit or suffer some other devastating injury the act of violence itself is fictionalized.

The Unrealistic Whiteness of Gilmore Girls

I’m in love with Gilmore Girls. The relationship I have with this show is among…

How To Throw A Gilmore Girls Viewing Party The Lorelais Would Be Proud Of

Let me be very frank with you, in the wake of the recent election, I’ve…

16 Moments That Made Us Fall In Love With Jess Mariano

It all started when I caught an episode or two as my older sister watched…

11 Gilmore Girls Episodes You Can Skip In Your Pre-Revival Marathon

We know that you are awaiting the Gilmore Girls revival about as patiently as Lorelai…

The 2016 Election Is A Little Too Like The West Wing

**WARNING: THIS POST INCLUDES SPOILERS FOR “THE WEST WING.” IF YOU STILL HAVEN’T FINISHED THE…