Are You Happy?

By: Joel DiMambro The late and great Robin Williams once said, “I think the saddest people always try their hardest to make people happy. Because they know what it’s like to feel absolutely worthless, and they don’t want anybody else to feel like that.” For years I’ve followed the comedic and musical skills of Bo […]

Glee: Show Became Less and Less Gleeful

Every high school has its cliques, issues, and of course, people. No two people are the same, and it is highly evident as we see girls in one corner of a lunch room wearing cheerleading uniforms and talking smack about other girls, or just boys. We see some kids with glasses holding computers: at the […]

HBO’s Entourage: The Entertaining Irony

  By Jack Kenny: When we hear HBO, most people automatically think of the plethora of movies they have rights to. However when I hear HBO I think of the handful of cinematic television shows that they have created over the past decade. Shows like The Wire, Game of Thrones and True Blood. All of […]

Marvel’s Transition to Netflix

Still to this day, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is coming up with successful media. With “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” coming out next week, I only thought it would be fitting to talk about Marvel as a media franchise. It started out with the Avengers films, from “Iron Man,” to “Thor,” to “Captain America: […]

Grey’s Anatomy: Breaking Cultural Barriers

By: Michael Sabatino “Ten blade,” “It’s a beautiful day to save lives,” and “You’re my person” are some of the most famous phrases from Shonda Rhimes’ television series, “Grey’s Anatomy.” The hit show airs on ABC every Thursday and is still going strong after 13 seasons. They have recently been picked up for their fourteenth […]

How “Game Of Thrones” changed TV forever

By Dana Pappalardo I have to say “Game of Thrones” is one of the best TV shows all around I have ever watched, especially because of it’s complexity and cinematography. The show is so well thought out that when I first started watching it, I honestly had no idea what was going on because I […]