BY CHLOE GILKE
For a show called “American Horror Story,” the trailer offers no actual scares, unless you count Kathy Bates’ beard.
BY GRACE HAMILTON
Point being, and jokes aside, to slander Beyonce is an offense to most, such is her standing in the world today.
BY JOE REINHARD
Fortunately, the show’s not trying to be a lighthearted comedy (though a sitcom involving people becoming possessed would make for an interesting pitch), and so we shouldn’t expect to understand everything that’s supernatural and demonic. Still, there comes a point where the confusion detracts from basic things like character and plot.
BY DREW MARON
“The League” is an interesting beast. I know sports management majors who call it “easy, dull, frat boy humor,” and English majors who in between readings of Shakespeare and Beckett profess the comedic genius of these lovably despicable characters.
BY DREW MARON
“Doctor Who” is the best kind of science-fiction. Sure, it involves an alien dinosaur rampaging through Victorian London, but it does so in a way that’s about who we are.
BY JACOB RICH
The nature of being a young girl in such a brutal world also changes how you interact with friendly characters. Most will talk down to you, some will connect with you, but several will look to blame you for their own mistakes.
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