October 22, 2020

Posts from "Arts & Entertainment"

  • 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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  • Film and Television | Apr.11, 2019

    ‘Unplanned’ Parenthood

    Pro-Life and Pro-Choice Perspectives Revealed by Catherine Goldberg ’20 A&E Staff Unfazed by a Twitter ban, “R” rating, and a restriction to be shown in select theaters throughout the U.S., the new pro-life film Unplanned,is currently among one of the…

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