BY BRIAN BURLAGE
In 1965, executives from Coca-Cola pitched an idea for a Christmas special to CBS. They demanded that Charles M. Schulz’s already classic Peanuts cartoon be brought to life.
BY DREW MARON
Brian Griffin, aspiring author, best friend and family pet, was dead … or so we thought.
BY MADDIE THOMAS
Translating the exact magic of classic childrens’ films to the television screen would be nearly impossible, but there is a distinct gap in quality between the two formats that doesn’t seem to exist in any other genre.
BY ALEX INTNER
NBC tried something that hadn’t been done in 50 years last Thursday night: They aired a live broadcast of a musical produced for TV.
BY JOE REINHARD
Based on the true events of a John Buntin book, “Mob City” has proven talent with a lot of creative investment and control onboard.
BY DAILY ARTS WRITERS
Daily Arts Writers dig through recent streaming releases to pick the ones worth discovering or rediscovering.
BY ALEC STERN
Hoping to capitalize on the success of his flagship series, Lilley plucked the privileged schoolgirl from his hilarious “Summer Heights High” trio and gave the character her own series.
The walls are covered with graffiti-esque murals of Mario and Megaman. The shelves contain every imaginable object of the gaming world, from the latest PlayStation 3 releases to the rulebooks to the latest edition of “Dungeons & Dragons.” Welcome to Ann Arbor's gaming Mecca.
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