Jake Sanders, Rhodes College
The main character of the 2007 television show is a prime example of a tragic life story, yet he is praised by so-called ‘alpha’ males everywhere.
Amiri Rivers-David, Pomona College
Several media properties take inspiration from the classic William Golding novel, but too many fail to capture what made it great.
Emma Smith, Wesleyan University
HBO’s show offers a crystal clear picture of why communities need new ways to resolve conflicts and combat interpersonal violence.
Reem Farhat, Fordham University
Muslim women are seeing themselves depicted in industries like fashion and television, but there is still work to be done toward valuable inclusion.
Emma T., UC Berkeley
Instead of using historical events as a crutch, the show uses nuanced writing to look at complex female characters and the nature of power.
Brendan Bell, Towson University
HBO’s adaption of the iconic comic caused controversy over creative liberties taken with its source material.
Megan Thompson, Montclair State University
The original novel behind the Netflix series leaves fans intrigued and captivated by the modern-day Ted Bundy.
Kristin Auld, St John’s University
You better skate to it!
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?
With a majorly successful Season 1, can the Netflix series outdo itself?
With the long-running series no longer available and ‘The Office’ leaving fairly soon, it has left many subscribers wondering if Netflix is truly there for you.
The antics of the Roy family are one big car crash you can’t look away from.
After spending $4 billion to purchase the iconic media franchise, the giant entertainment conglomerate has little to show for it.
The new Disney Plus series reunites old classmates and gives them another chance to shine on stage.
From musical performances to weekend updates, this season is full of gems.
What caused the No. 1 channel for music to become just another reality show network?
Viewers can anticipate a new Joe as he traverses Los Angeles looking for his next victim.
Let’s talk about the highs, lows and how the heck Sean Spicer lasted so long in the competition.
Caleb Dukes, Rice University
Hailee Steinfeld’s latest project doesn’t seem to get its main character.
Caroline Forrey, Miami University, Ohio
Whether it’s the ‘Matrix’ trilogy or ‘Gears of War,’ leaving the audience hanging is starting to feel a little bit cliched.
Feeling blue waiting for Season 2? Check out this list for content that is sure to fill the void.
Matthew Robison, University of South Florida
The new horror series succeeds when it experiments, but is held back by its uneven production values and its overly reverent approach to the original 1982 franchise.
A look at how a once great network lost its way.
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