E! premiered its new reality TV show following the life of gold medalist Ryan Lochte, whose brain seems to have taken on too much chlorine, this past Sunday. Former swimmers and Olympic obsessives Georgie Morvis and Hannah Lustman recount their favorite moments. 1.
The penultimate season of “Mad Men” premieres this Sunday at 8 p.m. on AMC. As always, series creator Matthew Weiner has kept his lips firmly closed on any details at all about the premiere episode, which will be a two-hour event.
Get ready. For winter. It’s coming. By winter, I mean the third and highly anticipated season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” (GOT). Based on the book series of the same name, HBO’s version is known for its usage of highly visceral images, be it through nudity, violence or facial hair.
There’s no denying that reality TV keeps getting more and more ridiculous. It’s as if networks are constantly grasping at straws, trying to create the next big cult favorite.
Rumors are swirling that Jimmy Fallon is going to replace Jay Leno on “The Tonight Show” next year (at least until Leno decides he wants his old job back and Fallon becomes the new Conan O’Brien). It’s a change we’ve been long awaiting as Leno and his infinite chins are unfunny and not too great at interviews either.
If you’re feeling a little bit of deja vu right now, you’re not mistaken. Almost five months ago, Student Life ran a small preview for the fourth season of NBC’s comedy underdog “Community,” a show centered on a study group of misfits at a subpar community college.
For anyone who enjoys music, television or Broadway, “Smash” seemed like it was going to answer all of our prayers. A great cast with some amazing singers and actors and an amazing concept—a behind-the-scenes look at creating a Broadway show—what could go wrong?
While Netflix is mostly known as a streaming service for movies and television, the company is making a run at being a legitimate home for original content as well. Netflix premiered its first original series, “House of Cards,” on Feb. 1.
Thursday night, after seven triumphant, bar-raising seasons, Tina Fey’s iconic comedy “30 Rock” comes to an end. The antics of Liz Lemon (Tina Fey), Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin), Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan), Jenna Maroney (Jane Krakowski) and Kenneth Parcell (Jack McBrayer) provided for a Thursday night staple of rapid-fire jokes and the finest display of [...]
I am a second semester senior and couldn’t be more terrified of the future, which at this point I can only imagine as living in a literal cabinet in New York City, hopefully employed.