‘Scream Queens’ takes a satirical approach to horror

JENNIFER DRURY Staff Writer I can’t do horror. I mute my TV and hide under a pillow if a commercial for a horror movie makes its way into the lineup. When I first heard about the new fall show...

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Review: Saying good-bye to Vince Gilligan’s ‘Breaking Bad’

JON SCOTT Film Critic How do you describe perfection? It’s rather difficult to do so. When you are able to bear witness to something that helped define the age of television and revolutionized the drama genre like no other show before, it...

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Review: ‘The Bridge’ surprises with complex characters, stories

CHRISTI PEACE News Editor This July, the channel that produced shows such as “Sons of Anarchy” and “American Horror Story” released its new drama, “The Bridge.” Although the main plot is about law enforcement trying to catch a serial killer, it...

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Review: ‘The Following,’ a thrilling new FOX series

CHRISTI PEACE Staff Writer FOX recently released a new show, “The Following,” which airs on Mondays at 9 p.m. My first impression of the show was that it would be about a serial killer who escapes prison with the help of several...

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Hopes for ‘Revolution’ as an overarching TV series

JONATHAN SCOTT Staff Writer I love watching television. Next to films, television is one of my favorite pastimes. While many like watching crime procedurals like “NCIS” or “Law and Order,” my guilty pleasures are shows that have a huge, overarching question answered...

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‘American Horror Story’ continues, gives answers to burning questions

MELISSA KRENEK Entertainment Editor With Halloween part one ending on such a high note, the beginning of the second part of the two-part “American Horror Story” scare-a-thon was less than appealing. The first episode ended with Violet backing away from...

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Two-part ‘American Horror Story’ event in the spirit of Halloween

MELISSA KRENEK Entertainment Editor After the explosive third episode of “American Horror Story,” it is time for the Halloween festivities, a two-part event that starts off slow, but as always, ends with a bang. As with every episode, the fourth begins...

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Review: ‘American Horror Story’ exciting; TV’s newest attempt to scare viewers does not disappoint

MELISSA KRENEK Entertainment Editor Filled with deceiving maids, a Stepford-wife neighbor, a half burned man, and a hunky protagonist, “American Horror Story” may be the most exciting show on TV. It premiered on Oct. 5, to both skeptical and intrigued viewers. The...

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Law and Order reaches unlucky 13th season; Stabler out, new detectives join Special Victims Unit in popular show

MELISSA KRENEK Entertainment Editor “Law and Order SVU” has been a staple for NBC since 1999, the lineup changing slightly but never running completely off course. Going into their 13th season, this premise is shattered. Though the first episode, which aired on...

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