"Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" Season 5 Premiere Review Image
Season 5 of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" premiered on April 14.
‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Premiere Review: Thank You and Good Night
After four seasons of performing stand-up, donning glamorous outfits, and bickering good-naturedly with her agent and partner-in-crime Susie Myerson (Alex Borstein), Miriam “Midge” Maisel will finally be saying goodbye to audiences forever.
‘Love and Death’ Premiere Review: Elizabeth Olsen Shines within a Painstakingly Slow Introduction
In the first three episodes, it feels as if the story’s accuracy comes at the expense of audience satisfaction.
Comfort Shows To Get You Through Finals
In honor of the end of the semester, here is a selection of the Arts board's favorite comfort shows.
“The Mandalorian” Season 3 and the Future of the Star Wars Universe
While it may have taken three seasons of bounty hunting, space battles, and wholesome parenting moments, “The Mandalorian” finally got around to providing a full-fledged background on the planet and culture to which the series owes its name.
Artist Profile: Sarah Natochenny on Her Life Changing Career Voicing the Pokemon’s Ash Ketchum
Natochenny gave our readers some very straightforward advice: “Be the best, the very best. Like no one ever was.”
‘Succession’ Season Four Episode Four Review: Grieve, Grab, and Go
A perfect mixture of grief and grubbing, this bottle episode stands out for its effortless execution of a rock-solid script to perfectly prepare the way for the rest of the season.
‘Jury Duty’ Premiere Review: A Hilariously Absurd Mockumentary
"Jury Duty" is a clever and entertaining show that delivers laughs while also keeping viewers engaged with its unique concept and well-executed performances.
‘Succession’ Season 4 Episode 3 Review: For Whom The Bell Tolls?
Season 4 Episode 3 of "Succession" brings shocking twists and stellar acting in a continuation of the excellent final season.
‘Succession’ Season 4 Episode 2 Review: Money Can’t Buy Love
As always, “Succession” perfectly balances drama and comedy, from sharp banter exchanged between the three siblings, whose newfound camaraderie is threatened by their own conflicting motivations.
‘Class of ’07’ Review: A Class Reunion Turned ‘Survivor’ Episode
Amazon Prime Video’s new show “Class of ’07” will make one fear going to their high school reunion in an unbelievably engaging way.
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Still from Episode 1 of "Class of '07."
‘Riverdale’ Season Seven Premiere Review: A Joke Gone Too Far
"Riverdale," once a classic CW teen drama, has now become something else. What that is has been eluding the average viewer for many seasons now.
‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ Season Review: An Intoxicating Tale of Love, Lust, Drugs, and Rock N’ Roll
Although it contains some undertones of heavier themes like addiction, infidelity, and sexism in the music industry, at its core the series is dominated by an intoxicating air of passion, recklessness, romance, and wild fun associated with the period in which it is set.
‘Ted Lasso’ Season Three Premiere Review: More of the Same? Count Us In!
Retaining its signature wholesome humor and lovable, dynamic characters, “Ted Lasso” stands out as some of the best in television right now, and Season Three seems prepared to hang onto that mantle.