Madalyn Watson, Baylor University
The premise is interesting, but product placement and the use of celebrities to draw in viewers make the program feel a bit inaccessible.
With the loyalty of their customers and their city, two families in Waco, TX continue to grow their small restaurants amid the coronavirus pandemic.
And no, Ross and Rachel from ‘Friends’ are not a good example of this television trope. Their relationship is awful.
Charlie Kaufman’s latest psychological drama is exactly what you would expect — but completely unexpected at the same time.
These YouTubers will help you have a more efficient school year. Just make sure you don’t watch them as an excuse to procrastinate.
While popular services such as Netflix and Hulu come with a monthly price tag, this is a similar option that just requires you to watch a few ads.
Comedian Dan Cummins is a master of laughs. But with the help of his wife, Lynze Cummins, he’s reaching a new audience interested in comedy and the supernatural alike.
For newly legal adults, it’s important to know how to make your favorite drinks at home. Here are some simple recipes for classic concoctions.
Creators Nat and Aly draw in listeners with their friendly banter and exploration of haunted things in this casual podcast about all things spooky.
The steamy film is at the top of Netflix’s popularity charts. However, its messages surrounding healthy sexual relationships are dubious.
Sharpen your forks and knives because it’s about to get bloody. Once you start watching the crime drama, you won’t be able to stop.
Journalists must confront the controversies and mistakes of past reporters in order to do right by their subjects and their organizations.
Breakups are hard. These five films will make crying, self-reflection and moving on easier than a tub of ice cream can.
Amazon Prime’s new series updates the afterlife to Heaven 2.0.
It feels like I’ve grown up beside the ‘Gilmore Girls’ character. I never really thought I’d end up here, but I’m so glad I did.
Even if it’s 100 degrees outside where you live.
And why are these questions keeping me up at night?
If only to give us something to discuss, until the first episode premieres on Sept. 18.
Because he’s freaking gorgeous.
From a liberal arts school in California to a private Baptist university in Texas, the transition taught me about religion, politics and myself.
The Asian American fitness instructor uses her platform to encourage people to pursue a healthy lifestyle and a healthy attitude toward themselves.
Know your facts and do your research, but also know yourself. Armor up.
Do not let the endless buffets and sugary cocktails the cruise offers get in the way of your dream bod.
Here’s another reason to keep up with extended family members and old friends.
Listen to the fashion (and life) advice from an effortlessly relatable and honest “picnic b—h.”
According to this theory, a young boy from the ‘80s imagined almost the entire American television landscape.
Lay back, relax and let these podcasters do all the research while you tan poolside this summer.
The zombies are dead and so is the meta, fourth wall-breaking humor.
What does this independent, romantic comedy say about millennials’ attitude towards sex and romance?
The musical ‘Rocketman’ is like no other biopic, mixing in a little magic to tell the story of Elton John’s rise to stardom.
The meltdown of child stars is, apparently, no longer limited to the silver screen.
Another day, another orchestrated YouTube feud.
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