Television

From Chappelle to Schumer, comedy specials that are worth streaming

With the stress of the end of the semester comes the need for relaxation and letting go, and for many students, relaxation comes in the form of Netflix. But watching your favorite...


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Live from campus, it's Aidy Bryant

Most people wouldn’t want their old diary entries shown on the Lecture Hall 1 projector. But for Aidy Bryant, it was a bit that hit home with the crowd. The comedian, known...


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MTV helps an alumna find love

This past May, one recent Binghamton University graduate took turning your dreams into reality to a whole new level. After finishing her time at BU, Kari Kowalski, ‘16, set off to the...


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Intersectionality and TV

Especially today, intersectionality is often at the forefront of discussions regarding oppression and discrimination. We can find these themes in forms of art, including television. These shows explore aspects of race, sexuality...


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'A Series of Unfortunate Events' comes to life in new Netflix series

The show does a good job of adding whimsy to things as simple as train cars. If you’re watching this and you haven’t yet gotten a Wes Anderson vibe, go re-watch ...


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What's new on Netflix this October

Along with classic and well-known titles, such as James Cameron’s “Titanic” and Clint Eastwood’s “Unforgiven,” fairly new films and television series have been announced to appear on the streaming site as well. ...


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'American Horror Story' can't scare up success in new season

Past seasons, like “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” failed to close their plot holes and conflicts in a satisfying manner. “American Horror Story: My Roanoke Nightmare” already seems to be setting up ...


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Donald Glover gets personal in new show 'Atlanta'

In this regard, many of Glover’s own personal identity issues are made evident in the character he portrays. ...


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Season 2 of 'Narcos' hits the mark

Escobar makes it abundantly clear throughout the season that he will go to any length to make sure his crown as the cocaine king is retained. ...


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"Whose Line is it Anyway?" stars to perform during Family Weekend

The Student Association Programming Board announced Wednesday that this semester’s Family Weekend comedy show will feature stars from the hit show “Whose Line is it Anyway?” Show veterans Brad Sherwood and Greg...