Julie Morse, Pomona College
From Carrie Bradshaw to Lizzie McGuire, these TV icons exemplify the fashion of the first decade of the 21st century.
Asiya Robinson, Rowan University
The revival of the iconic series has its own issues, but its strengths propel it forward from the original.
Esha Shah, New Jersey Institute of Technology
These five show selections are bound to help audiences relate and relieve their stress as the holiday — and potential family drama — approaches.
Kelsie Westmoreland, Washington and Lee University
A spinoff of the beloved teen drama hit screens last week. Do these 2021 New York elites live up to Blair and Serena?
Lauren Sung, University of Georgia
With a reboot on the horizon, it’s important to address the tendency of the original show to treat its less exorbitantly rich characters with downright cruelty.
Kiera Baity, Kennesaw State University
After comparing these two popular drama series, it becomes clear that the different racial dynamics say a lot about society’s cultural influence on the entertainment industry.
Amiri Rivers-David, Pomona College
While both series deal with scandals in high society, the recent Netflix Original fails at humanizing its wealthy and pompous cast of characters.
Madison Feser, Seton Hall University
Legal and logistical barriers make casting minors something of a burden. Has the trend of adult actors assuming the role of teens skewed public perception?
Kristin Auld, St John’s University
Take a trip down memory lane with ‘Glee,’ ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ and more.
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