August 15, 2020

Posts from "Arts & Entertainment"

  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.03, 2019

    The 71st Emmys

    by Anne DeLello ’20 A&E Staff The 71st Primetime Emmy Awards on Sept. 22 showcased the best of the best in television. Shows such as The Big Bang Theory and Game of Thrones that have both released their final seasons…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Sep.26, 2019

    A Little Late With Lilly Singh

    From YouTube to Late Night TV by Julia Vaccarella ’20 A&E Staff The last time a woman hosted a late night show on network television was in 2000. Late night television is changing with the recent debut of A Little…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Sep.26, 2019

    Let’s Remember: Friends Celebrates Its 25th Year

    by Madison Palmieri ’22 A&E Staff On Thursday, September 22, 1994, viewers tuned in to NBC to watch the pilot episode of a new comedy. It opened on a group of attractive, fashionable twenty-somethings in a quaint coffeeshop. Within the…

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  • Film and Television | Sep.19, 2019

    Elizabeth Banks Adapts Charlie’s Angels Series

    Highlights Modern Female Empowerment by Anne DeLello ’20 A&E Staff It is well known that Elizabeth Banks is directing and starring in a remake of the classic Charlie’s Angels that will come out on Nov. 15. The cast features actresses…

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  • Film and Television | Sep.19, 2019

    Songland Renewed for Second Season

    Pulling Back the Curtain on the Songwriting Process by Grace Whitman ’22 A&E Staff Ever since the year 2002, when American Idol began on Fox, America has been in love with singing competition shows. These shows seek to discover the…

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  • Film and Television | Sep.12, 2019

    Seasonal Update: The September Streaming Schedule

    Netflix and Hulu Battle for Streaming Supremacy by Anne DeLello ’20 A&E Staff With every new season comes a new set of shows and movies to be added to the various streaming sites; Netflix and Hulu are the main competitors…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Aug.29, 2019

    The Death of Cable Television: A ‘Stream’ of Competition

    by Julia Vaccarella ’20 A&E Staff As consumers continue to shift from traditional cable television to streaming services, many companies are now jumping on the bandwagon. These services have become a more popular option in recent years due to the…

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  • Film and Television | May.02, 2019

    Beyoncé Releases Netflix Documentary Homecoming

    Celebrates Black Pride Looking Back at Coachella 2018 by Anne DeLello ’20 A&E Staff In between the two weekends of Coachella 2019, fans of the festival were pleasantly surprised by the reveal of Beyoncé’s Homecoming documentary, which details the road…

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  • Film and Television | May.02, 2019

    Avengers: Endgame Wraps Up Marvel Saga

    by Madeline Weaver-Nolting ’19 A&E Staff Get ready to laugh, cry, cheer, and say goodbye to some of your favorite superheroes. I, like hundreds of thousands of people around the world, watched Avengers: Endgame during its opening weekend.  This spoiler-…

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  • Film and Television | Apr.11, 2019

    Hulu’s The Act: A Complicated Moral Dilemma

    by Madeline Weaver-Nolting ’19 A&E Staff At first glance, Hulu’s new original TV show The Act might seem like a crazy, fictitious show, but it is based on real events. The first season is based on the life of Gypsy…

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