You’re in Olin Library, pretending to do work on your computer. But really, is being productive that necessary? It’s only Monday. Instead of Facebook stalking or re-reading emails, Cadenza dares you to open a new tab for Netflix. There’s no need to pretend that you actually need to study 12 hours a day; instead, take a few of those hours to start watching, or return to, some of the greatest shows currently on and off television. Here are a few of Cadenza’s favorites; happy reading week, procrastinators!
“One Tree Hill” will end tomorrow night after a nine-season tenure. It premiered on the WB on Sept. 23, 2003. Yes, 2003. As in one year before “Lost” premiered and a year in which I, now about to graduate from college, was still in middle school. That is a really, really long time ago. Think about all the better shows that have come and gone in that time.
Last Wednesday marked the return of “Psych,” USA Network’s original comedy about a fake psychic working for the Santa Barbara police department. The show revolves around Shawn Spencer, the pop-culture obsessed son of a former detective. His father taught him amazing observational and reasoning skills, skills that make him an incredible detective.
“Arrested Development” creator Mitch Hurwitz announced on Oct. 2 that his show would return for a fourth season on TV leading up to the long-awaited movie. Cadenza could hardly contain its excitement about this news. Here’s a recap of our favorite moments in the classic comedy series.
“Who killed Laura Palmer?” was the question that many Americans wondered over 20 years ago. Laura was a high school prom queen who was discovered dead near the local sawmill in her quirky town of Twin Peaks in the Pacific Northwest. She had a secret and deceitful life that few knew about, one that caused her to make many enemies.
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It’s been television’s number one show since we were in middle school. It has a classic formula. It has launched the careers of dozens of singers—some much more successful than others, of course.
Although you may not feel too much holiday spirit while studying for that physics final or writing that Exposition paper, Cadenza is here to get you in the festive mood with our favorite holiday episodes. Perfect for procrastination. All easily searchable online. Think of it as our non-denominational gift to you.