Like many mystery shows, “Search Party” is filled with questions, but fortunately it has all the right answers.
Trump’s online strategy is intended to provoke people who he knows will get offended by his tweets. This strategy only works depending on how willing we are to retaliate.
Looking back on all those Nickelodeon shows, I find myself feeling strangely nostalgic and somewhat sad that the network’s plethora of captivating, original content no longer resonates in its current lineup.
The half-hour sitcom captures characters rarely seen on television — single mothers, young girls and middle-aged and elderly women — and depicts them in such an authentic, thought-provoking light.
Vine gave our generation an accessible, short-form platform of entertainment, a place to joke around and express our individuality through the ever-growing medium of social media.
‘Atlanta’ is a program so strange and mystifying that perhaps Glover calling it ‘Twin Peaks with rappers’ is the closest concrete description of the show.
Though “Good Girls Revolt” succeeds in some aspects, its promising premise is unfortunately poorly executed, suffering from sluggish pacing, scattered storytelling and middling dialogue.
I may still feel somewhat overwhelmed whenever the spotlight is cast on me, but when the opportunity comes, I do my best to not miss it, and I just dance like nobody’s watching.
Is it because they’re attractive? Young? Wealthy? Clever? Talented?
“Black Mirror” depicts different realities and characters in each episode, but every story connects to one another through their thought-provoking, somewhat cynical perspectives on technology.