Tag Archives: Netflix

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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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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‘House of Cards’ returns with a secret agenda

Power has not been kind to the Underwoods. The third season of the Netflix political drama “House of Cards” debuted on Friday with a slow trudge through the monotony of political life. Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) rose from congressional leader ...

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The ‘net neutrality’ vote is a major victory

The Federal Communications Commission announced Thursday that it would add Internet and mobile services to Title II of the Communications Act. This is a huge victory for everyone, even if you’ve heard lobbyists say otherwise. Basically, this adds Internet service ...

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New on Netflix: What to watch for December

With winter break coming soon, what is one to do when faced with the onslaught of familial gatherings and inevitable boredom? Netflix is always a good choice during the winter to catch up on your favorite shows or see a ...

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The death of network television

With more mature television programming on the rise, network television can no longer compete. The unrealistic families and conversations the network shows present will only last so long; HBO and newer mediums like Netflix don’t have limitations and put generic ...

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