How Downton Abbey is Historically Accurate

  Historical accuracy is something that can be tricky to address in terms of period drama. A better way to think about Downton Abbey is how “credible” it is. The pilot episode takes place in 1912, just after the sinking of the Titanic, which carried the heir apparent to Downton’s estate. The Crawley family, owns […]

The Wahlberg Effect

Imagine seeing yourself on different forms of new media. Growing up aspiring to be like all of your favorite TV or movie actors, who could bring a crowd to their feet and also make them fall to their knees crying. One family definitely did not expect that to happen, and to this day, their small […]

Friday Night Lights following stereotypes

  Geena Levine The television show Friday Night Light, which aired on NBC, tells the story of a high school football team in Dillon Texas. The town of Dillon has a culture centered around the Dillon Panthers football team as football is essentially religion to the townspeople (and the entire state of Texas). The show […]

The New “King Slayer”

Chantalle Dumont With unanswered questions in Game of Thrones, fans are left to create their own answers. A major part of the Game of Thrones fandom is the uncertainty. Fans will pose theories and ideas explaining why certain things in the show occur and it keeps the mystery and excitement alive throughout the series. When […]

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 […]