TV

Amazon Prime Video’s Invincible Renewed for Two More Seasons

Amazon has announced that Invincible will be renewed for two more seasons after a successful first season. The first episode was released in March and the season finale was released last Friday (April 30th).

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Bridgerton is Gossip Girl in Another Dimension

I’ve watched the Netflix show Bridgerton twice since it debuted on December 25, 2020. The romantic, elegant style mixed with the dramatic and scandalous storylines make it an exciting production for someone who’s looking for a mix of the old and the new. It’s one of my favorite shows, and I look forward to the upcoming seasons, even though the lead male actor, Regé-Jean Page, won’t be returning.

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Shows to Watch on Earth Day

Happy Earth Day! In honor of Mother Earth, let’s discuss documentaries and programs that allow you to see beautiful scenery while also educating you on the planet.

While both Blue Planet and Planet Earth were taken off Netflix, Our Planet is still available on the platform. To be 100% transparent, I have watched every episode of Our Planet too many times to count.

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Anne Beatts, renowned comedian and one of the original writers for Saturday Night Live, died this week at age 74.

Beatts was known for her sharp and sometimes dark wit, as well as working to break up the boy’s club of comedy and writing and opening doors for women in comedy everywhere. “I’m often accused of going too far,” Beatts once said.

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Schitt’s Creek and The Crown still dominating TV awards

The 2021 Screen Actors Guild awards commenced April 4th and like many events in the COVID era, it was conducted via Zoom. The program was also relatively brief, lasting only an hour including commercials and all pre-recorded so to avoid technical difficulties.

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‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch’ trailer released on Disney+

Coming to Disney+ on Tuesday, May 4 (Star Wars Day), a special 70-minute premiere of ‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch’ will take place. New episodes of the series will follow each Friday starting on May 7.

The new series will be completely animated, and Lucasfilm, home to the Star Wars franchise, just released a new, action-packed trailer to go along with the announcement of the series.

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Could Streaming Quickly Become as Bad as TV

While streaming has surged in popularity during the coronavirus pandemic as people continue to stay home, a new pressure has been placed on streaming services to produce more content. Traditional television has historically been rife with advertisements and full of TV series that follow a certain formula in order to appeal to the widest audience.

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COVID accelerates awards shows’ declining viewership

The 2021 Grammy Awards, which aired without a live audience in accordance with COVID-19 precautions, had record low viewer numbers compared to last year, but it may not be entirely COVID’s fault.

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Gossip Girl: What I love about the original and what I can’t wait to see in the HBO Max reboot

Anyone who knows me knows that I essentially eat, sleep and breathe Gossip Girl. Like quite literally, I could be in a coma and hear the Gossip Girl opening sequence and immediately come to. Which is why I can’t wait to set my eyes upon HBO Max’s reboot of the original CW series. Ever since the reboot was first announced way back in 2019, it’s all I can think about.

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Avatar: The Last Airbender Franchise To Expand

When Avatar: The Last Airbender hit Netflix in May of 2020, the world seemed to stand still. While not much else was happening because of the coronavirus, the world seemed even more quiet than usual as television viewers were glued to their screens, re-watching what I would deem as one of the best shows of my childhood.

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NBC’s ‘Kenan’ gives Kenan Thompson a chance at reaching sitcom stardom

Kenan Thompson, an actor and comedian most popularly known for his role on Kenan & Kell and for being the longest-running Saturday Night Live cast member, returns to cable television in a new light as he produces and stars in his new hit-show Kenan, which premiered on Tuesday, February 16 on NBC as part of the network’s new comedy block.

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Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel Presents A Fascinating, But Flawed, Critique

On February 10, 2021, Netflix released their true crime documentary mini-series Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel. Comprised of four episodes, each approximately an hour long, The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel chronicles the events surrounding the 2013 death of Elisa Lam, a 21-year-old college student who went missing in Los Angeles while traveling through California

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