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Disney Channel’s Prime

Disney Channel’s Prime

Michael Miles, Senior Staff Writer
May 19, 2017
Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Op/Ed, Television, Top Stories

That’s So Raven, Hannah Montana, Phil of the Future, Lizzie McGuire; a few of the many shows featured on Disney Channel that were a huge part of our childhood. These shows taught us to love ourselves, and stand up for what we believe in, all while creating iconic characters and catchy theme songs th...

Meet Sesame Street’s New Character

Meet Sesame Street’s New Character

Julia Webster, Co-Editor
May 18, 2017
Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Op/Ed, Television, Top Stories

Memories of curling up on the couch with my sister, singing along with the puppets, and learning new things flood my mind when I read the headline: “Julia, A Muppet with Autism, Joins the Cast of ‘Sesame Street.’” Of course, I immediately loved her from the beginning. Sharing a name can do that...

TV Review: Riverdale

TV Review: Riverdale

March 30, 2017
Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Television

Over a month ago, a new television show aired on CW.  Only seven episodes in, and the show has already gained a lot of popularity among young adult viewers. With crisis and suspense sweeping across the television screen, the show has tangled it’s audience in love triangles, murder cases, and high school d...

The 100 Review

The 100 Review

Isabelle Ashby, Staff Writer
December 6, 2016
Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Television

So, the world has been utterly devastated because of the mistake of someone who hadn’t considered the repercussions of their actions. The entirety of Earth has been left completely dull and lifeless-- no longer inhabitable by any creature. But, yet again, humans fail to be subdued by such a crisis ...

2016 Kentucky Derby

2016 Kentucky Derby

Hailey Springer, Junior Staff Writer
June 1, 2016
Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Op/Ed, Television

The annual Kentucky Derby took place this past weekend on May 7, just a year after Pharoah won the American Triple Crown and made history. This year, Nyquist, a thoroughbred and winner of the 2016 Derby, stole the spotlight. Nyquist beat out 19 other competitors during the course of the mile and a quarter r...

Binging on Streaming, Purging on Traditional Network Television?

Binging on Streaming, Purging on Traditional Network Television?

Casey Bacon, Co-Editor
February 5, 2016
Filed under Op/Ed, Television, Top Stories

With the new year comes new chances, the opportunity to turn around and do or become whatever you want to be, a full 366 days (thank you, Leap Year) to make the best of. Okay, but now to the real significant part of the first month or so of the year: the new premieres and winter returns of all the best and brightest in the way of television...

The Next Phase

The Next Phase

Jason Ferris, Co-Editor
February 5, 2016
Filed under Op/Ed, Television, Top Stories

Superhero lovers have been scarfing up helpings of television series’, movies, and big screen films cooked up by Marvel and DC comics, but it has only been in recent years that the rest of the world has been entered these comic universes, all through the power of the big screen. Rather than releasi...

Jessica Jones: Marvel’s Newest Installment

Jessica Jones: Marvel’s Newest Installment

Skylar Broome, Senior Editor
January 8, 2016
Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Television, Top Stories

Please note that the source material may contain possibly triggering subjects such as rape, child abuse, drug abuse, and violence. Jessica Jones is not suitable for all audiences. Viewer discretion advised. The latest addition in the Marvel superhero lineup is a Netflix TVprogram starring a relatively u...

An Idol Farewell

An Idol Farewell

Regan Walker, Junior Staff Writer
December 11, 2015
Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Music, Television, Top Stories

Sad news for all American Idol fans: after almost 15 seasons, American Idol is Taking a bow and coming to an end with a two-hour premiere on January 6th with host Ryan Seacrest and familiar faces of the judges Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. Debuting in the summer of 2002, the show...

The Walking Dead Review

The Walking Dead Review

Gabbie Weaver, Senior A&E Editor
October 30, 2015
Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Television, Top Stories

The Walking Dead is popularly known as the modern TV show that’ll keep giving top-notch entertainment as the seasons are released. This valiant drama depicts what life would be like following a zombie apocalypse. Led by police officer Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), his family and a group of survivors...

Heroes Reborn Review

Heroes Reborn Review

Jason Ferris, Junior School News Editor
October 9, 2015
Filed under Television, Top Stories

Last week, the hit television series “Heroes” returned in the form of “Heroes Reborn” and television addicts like me rejoiced with a spasm akin to a seizure. The new installment of the series starts after a five year time jump from the shocking finale of the original when Claire Bennet announced...

American Horror Story Review

American Horror Story Review

Gabby Weaver, Senior A&E editor
October 9, 2015
Filed under Television, Top Stories

A terrifying, yet oddly enrapturing TV series-thriller produced by the creators of “Glee”, Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, American Horror Story is set up in an anthology-like storyline that’s revolutionized the scheme of TV as we know it. Set up to have a different miniseries every season- such a...

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