If you missed Sunday’s Emmy awards, here’s the quick lowdown.
This summer, TV and film experienced a boom of content. But, alas, not all of this entertainment is worth the watch. Cadenza staff is here to sift through all the visual content and pick for you what to watch—and what to skip.
‘Star Trek,’ ‘Firefly’ and ‘Battlestar Galactica,’ read… ‘Redshirts: A Novel with Three Codas’ by John Scalzi Scalzi is one of my favorite authors because of his offbeat, hysterically funny approach to the genre of science fiction. “Redshirts” is a stand-alone novel that satirizes the tropes of “Star Trek” in a brilliant and sneakily existential way.
On Sunday, Sep. 29, avid fans of the hit show “Breaking Bad” gathered in Ursa’s Stageside to watch the series’ final episode. Students who wished to watch the highly anticipated last episode of the award-winning show were welcome to sit in lounge chairs and watch the show live on a projector screen.
Cadenza predicts the Emmys The Emmys are this Sunday, Sept. 22, and in case you don’t have time to catch up on all the quality nominees, we’ve got rundowns of every major category. Will reigning champion “Homeland” continue its domination of the drama awards? Or will resurgent former favorites like “Breaking Bad” and “Mad Men” make a comeback?
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.
Critically acclaimed HBO series “Game of Thrones” debuted last year and wrapped up its first season in June of 2011. On March 6, 2012, eight months after the finale, HBO released the entire first season on DVD. The upcoming season is starting on April 1st , so you have just enough time to catch up before the season two premiere.
Just as they did with “Friends” and “Cheers,” NBC is considering taking a semi-lead character from “The Office” and giving him his own vehicle.