Social Media and Spoilers

Michael Gille With Avengers: Endgame being out for only two weeks and Game of Thrones being the most highly talked about show on television right now the discussion of spoilers has also been a major conversation recently. As much as I would love to stick to Game of Thrones and other shows that can be […]

Keeping Up With What’s Trending

Reality TV watching is something a lot of people don’t want to admit that they enjoy, but they enjoy it very much. Nothing like a long day at work and then some binge watching of reality television shows. These television shows, if they get a lot of views, will continue for a while because it […]

Immersive Character Interviews

  Jerry Nicotera 5/7/19     Perspective is everything they say. Throughout various sitcoms available to us today, there are several that can be found more popular/above the rest. From successful sitcoms like The Office to Modern Family, these programs all seem to be shows that utilize a certain camera effect in order to provide […]

Hidden Easter Eggs in TV Shows

Zachary Pennace May 4th, 2019 Blog Post 3 Easter Eggs in TV Shows Many tv shows will slip in easter eggs into the episodes as a way to see if viewers and the audience are paying close attention to details in the setting and background. An Easter egg is hidden details or objects in the […]

Why am I Rooting for a Criminal…?

(Kiara Vought) Jenna Bans’ Good Girls is a new series on NBC about three women who collectively decide that crime is the answer to all of their problems. Overwhelmed with bills, kids, and their general lives they find an opportunity to make more money than anyone else in their positions. Beth Boland, her sister Annie […]

Opposites Attract on Television

They say that “opposites attract” in a relationship, but do they really? Throughout the years, television shows seem to have centered their storylines around on again, off again relationships. This strategy has kept audiences captivated and on the edge of their seats wondering whether or not the couples will actually work out in the end. […]

“Superstore” and the Working Class American

By Stephanie Sartori If you haven’t seen NBC’s “Superstore” yet, you’re missing out. It’s a workplace comedy, taking place in a “superstore” similar to a Super Walmart that has every possible department like groceries, clothes, and home goods, plus a cafe. The characters are average people trying to make ends meet by working full time […]

The Boredom of Blue Bloods

By Jack Mileszko I have to be honest, I don’t watch a lot of television. I don’t find humor in the majority of sitcoms these days, although I do binge some old classics like Seinfeld and Cheers from time to time. I also don’t get the obsession with the epic medieval fantasy series, Game of Thrones. […]

Gossip Girl: Big Reveal Or a Big Disappointment?

By: Yonalis Fabian There’s nothing like watching the series finale of your favorite show, it could either be satisfying, leaving you wanting more or just a disappointment. This appears to be what happened on “Gossip Girl” when the anonymous blogger was finally given a name and it was none other than lonely boy himself, Dan […]