‘The Witcher’: The glorious fantasy trainwreck everyone should watch

Despite a confusing, convoluted plot, world-building elements that seem to come out of nowhere and characters motivations that don’t make sense, “The Witcher” is wonderfully camp and extremely entertaining.

Lydia McKelvie | Staff Writer

Thank you to the Academy: Television’s biggest night

Sept. 22, 2019: the night of the Emmys. Often called “TV’s biggest night,” once a year television’s elite get together and duke it out amongst the glitz and glamor for the title of best of the best in comedy, drama, reality TV, limited series and a host of other categories related to television production.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

A quarter of a century of ‘Friends’: Are they still worth celebrating?

This past Friday, legendary sitcom “Friends” celebrated its 25th birthday. Yes, it’s been 25 years since Rachel Greene barged through the doors of Central Perk in that horrendous dress.

Madelyne Quiroz | Contributing Writer

TV Shows for all your back-to-school woes

Classes have started up, your activities are piling on top of each other, and you’re busy trying to find time for an ounce of a social life. Who could juggle all of that with Netflix?

Katherine Dawson | Contributing Writer

WUTV returns to live broadcasting with ‘The Dating Game’

Now that WUTV has their broadcasting ability back, they hope to enhance their programming and extend their reach.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

10 TV shows from your childhood you forgot existed

Like most people, I can’t resist a good trip down memory lane.

Katherine Dawson | Contributing Writer

Valentine’s Day viewing: We need more ‘Sex Education’

On top of the obvious sexual overtones, undertones, middle-tones and regular tones, “Sex Education” deals with complicated home situations, homophobic rhetoric and situations and personal discovery while poking fun at the sex lives of teenagers.

Sabrina Spence | Staff Writer

Quiz: What sitcom should you put off studying with?

Put the “pro” in procrastination with this quiz!

Leah Hardgrove | Staff Writer Revisiting the greatest WU name drop ever

Considering the amount of Michael Scott stickers on Wash. U. students’ computers, it’s honestly shocking how little attention WUPHF gets.

Jaden Satenstein | Senior Editor

‘Good Omens’ trailer is a good omen for the quality of the series

It’s creepy, it’s funny and Crowley and Aziraphale’s millennia-long friendship is every bit as antagonistic as I could have hoped for.

Isabella Neubauer | Contributing Writer

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