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New Netflix binge colors agony the new black

Lulu Stracher, Staff Writer

September 19, 2014


Filed under Arts, T.V. Shows

The ending of season two of “Orange is the New Black”–an original Netflix production about one woman’s experience during her year in a women’s prison –has left its loyal television audience confused, impatient, and most importantly, lost. Many students are adrift without the comfort of hating...

Jimmy Fallon turns a new leaf for “The Tonight Show”

Jimmy Fallon turns a new leaf for “The Tonight Show”

Olivia Kalb, A&E Editor

March 12, 2014


Filed under Arts, T.V. Shows

What do you get when you take “The Late Night Show with Jimmy Fallon” and add in a new time and spiced up set? “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” If you loved Jimmy Fallon before, don’t worry. Nothing’s changed. He’s brought back many of the Late Show favorites like Pros and Cons and...

“Scandal” returns after hiatus

“Scandal” returns after hiatus

Rachel Labarre, Managing Editor

March 5, 2014


Filed under Arts, T.V. Shows

SPOILER ALERT! If you have not yet watched Season 3 Episode 11 of Scandal, which aired on Feb. 27, stop reading now! You have been warned. The return from an 11-week long hiatus started with a bang: Olivia Pope and President Fitzgerald Grant are back together once again, and Mellie (the President’s wife...

Television “Scandals” entertain

Television “Scandals” entertain

Aaron Hendel, Breaking News Managing Editor

February 28, 2014


Filed under Arts, T.V. Shows

Talks of the latest episode of any number of dramatic, frightening television shows can be heard in every room of every floor of the building, particularly among the second semester seniors of Staples High School. ABC’s “Scandal,” HBO’s "Game of Thrones," and the recently concluded "Breaking Bad" are three of the many series students take to social media to discuss, watch hou...

“Glee” tribute tries its hardest and succeeds (for the most part)

“Glee” tribute tries its hardest and succeeds (for the most part)

Michael Mathis, Staff Writer

October 15, 2013


Filed under Arts, T.V. Shows

The production of “The Quarterback,” the episode dedicated to Cory Monteith’s death, was most likely the hardest thing “Glee” has ever had to do. This episode was a tribute to Monteith; the episode was meant to convey not only how great a person he was, but how hard it is to live without him....

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