Christian Simon, Kutztown University
The superhero drama’s third season doesn’t live up to the quality of its predecessors.
Re’nesia Mills, University of Tampa
Produced by a team of mostly African American people, the Netflix series aims to teach children of color how to navigate uncomfortable situations and appreciate themselves.
Trinity Crompton, Molloy College
The lovable comedy started off strong with three fantastic seasons — where did the writers go wrong with the fourth?
Sonia Noorbakhsh, UC Berkeley
The reality show competition offers content that can entertain even those who know nothing about the art.
Fatima Sani, Rollins College
The Netflix television show humorously comments on contemporary university life while also tackling important issues such as gender and race.
Zach Terrillion, Oberlin College
The idea that two people could fall in love with each other even when their face is masked is intriguing, but the show misses the mark.
Emma Watts, University of Arizona
Justin Spencer, University of Texas at San Antonio
Alyssa Alexander, SUNY Buffalo State
Who will Devi choose? The supportive Ben who happens to be in a relationship, or the available bad boy Paxton?
Kayla Placide, University at Buffalo
Both shows are based on beloved fantasy books, but are they comparable?
Why is the murdering main character of the Netflix show garnering so much sympathy?
Mirella Gonzales, Texas Tech University
Is dating on a show any different than dating on an app?
Rickea Bell, Saint Peter’s University
RuPaul just created a heartwarming Netflix series featuring a drag queen and one foul-mouthed 10-year-old.
Sema’Jay Hall, San Francisco State University
The creators of ’13 Reasons Why’ have responded to criticism by providing reasons why viewers should continue watching the show.
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