Zach Spangler, University of Michigan
The PBS docu-series just hit Netflix and views the human body’s complex systems on a microscopic level while applying them to the real world.
The movies’ unique stories work contrary to the Hollywood blockbusters of the past decade yet stockpile critical praise and adoring fanbases all the same.
The streaming service’s new documentary offers basketball fans a rare, but necessary, perspective on the 2004 brawl between players and fans.
Having recently signed a mammoth deal for six new seasons and 14 new movies, the creators of the animated powerhouse have ensured a cascade of content to come.
Following the release of another Madden NFL game without significant changes to gameplay, it’s time to question the company.
With game highlights, hot takes and the latest news instantly delivered to our screens, today’s fans seek something far removed from the ESPN talk-shows of old … and for good reason.
Despite allowing unfinished projects to reach the fans who appreciated late musicians most in life, they remain a pressing gray area.
The FX show dances between intensely dramatic scenes and ridiculous comedic bits nearly every episode but never fully embraces either.
With PlayStation 5 availability still limited for most consumers, it’s unclear how Sony’s upcoming lineup will convince players to buy a new console.
The 24-year-old Mexican American pop sensation has released another hit single, cementing him as one of music’s most interesting up-and-coming artists.
The recent but long overdue modernization of the NCAA’s name, image and likeness rules finally allows college athletes to profit from their success.
Prime Video hopes to incorporate elements of HBO’s hit ‘Game of Thrones,’ such as sex and violence, into its LOTR prequel series, but risks doing a disservice to its source material in the process.
The transition to inexpensive titles has divided consumers and signals an ongoing trend within the gaming industry.
Anxious fans have reason for hope as plot details emerge and production wraps on the upcoming addition to the beloved award-winning series.
Their video ‘What pretending to be crazy looks like’ amassed over 35 million views in only two weeks, a feat that introduced many new viewers to the true-crime account.
Following the CIA-assisted spread of crack cocaine to Black communities, this drama examines the lives of those affected by the drug.
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