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What BTS’ American Music Awards performance means to a K-pop fan

Korean pop boy group BTS left me as a proud Army as they finally held their American TV debut performance at the American Music Awards on Sunday. Seeing the seven-member group transition from walking out of a school bus in ...

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Students need to watch “13 Reasons Why” – with caution

  Netflix dropped an instant hit among millions of viewers in March with “13 Reasons Why.” The 13-episode series touched on topics like: alcohol abuse, rape, stalking, sexual abuse, anxiety and of course, suicide. The television-adaptation is based on the ...

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“Pitch” lives up to its pitch

As a native of San Diego, a female and a devout Padres fan I have long awaited the season premiere of Fox’s highly advertised drama “Pitch” that aired on Sept. 22. The show takes us on a young woman’s journey ...

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Netflix original “Stranger Things” is no stranger to me

This summer’s Netflix original series, “Stranger Things” left me in tears and suffering withdrawal from the eight-episode season. Netflix released the series July 15. It’s already rated five out of five stars with over 3,000 user reviews, making it one ...

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‘The X-Files’ revival: The truth is still out there

“The X-Files” is a cult classic in American television, and it also became an American institution during its original run from 1993 to 2002. Fast forward to 2016 — it’s back. The first edition in this six-episode revival series, “My ...

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‘Treehouse of Horror XXVI’ scares away the funny

Twenty-six years and running strong, but does “The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror” have what it takes to compete with its past iterations? The biggest struggle “The Simpsons” has had is finding a way to balance children’s humor with adult humor. ...

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TV Review: ‘Daredevil’ is the dark, hyper-violent superhero series fans have wanted

Marvel’s long-awaited TV adaptation of the “Daredevil” comic book hit Netflix on Friday, and the title character makes one thing perfectly clear from the beginning: His methods are not pretty. The show centers on Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox), a blind ...

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‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ built on shaky foundation

Netflix dipped its toes in the waters of traditional primetime sitcoms Friday by releasing “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.” The show, created by “30 Rock” architects Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, was shot for NBC before being sold off to Netflix. Despite its ...

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