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“Riverdale” Season Three Premiere First Look

Megan Rubenstein, E23 Reporter

 

The CW’s “Riverdale” returns with the season three premiere, leaving viewers questioning how the remainder of the season will look.

This review contains spoilers

On Wednesday, Oct. 10, the CW’s “Riverdale,” the dark teen-drama based Read the rest

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“The Good Place” Season 3 Premiere Review

Jacob Mosher, E23 Reporter

Spoiler Warning: The plot of previous seasons and this episode will be discussed.

The best show currently on network television, “The Good Place”, returned Thursday night with season three’s two-part premiere. It begins exactly where … Read the rest

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First Impressions of Netflix’s “Maniac”

Zach Hohenstein, E23 Reporter

What would we do to escape our current lives?

This is the question that Netflix’s new show “Maniac” asks the audience. Cary Joji Fukunaga, the director of all ten episodes, emphasizes this notion through excellent cinematography … Read the rest

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Top News for “Bachelor” Fans

Megan Rubenstein, E23 Reporter

Spoilers Ahead

It’s been a wild couple of weeks for Bachelor Nation! The two-part finale of “Bachelor in Paradise” Season 5 that aired on Sept. 10 and 11 took many dramatic twists, and that is only Read the rest

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Another NBA Podcast Week 16: Season Awards, Childhood TV Shows, Memes and More!

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This week on Another NBA Podcast we predicted each playoff series, gave out season awards, talked about our favorite childhood TV shows, covered our favorite and least favorite memes and more! I was joined by Tony Albertini, Josiah Schueneman, Ben … Read the rest

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Why the Writers Guild Strike Matters

Picture of the Writer Guild of America strike.

By Davis McCondichie, E23 Technical Producer

Picture this: You sit down to watch your favorite show on HBO. You browse through HBO GO searching for it. The new season was supposed to debut today, but you cannot seem to find … Read the rest

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The Flattout Truth on movies and television to heal a broken heart

Cameron Flatt lists the best break up movies

By Cameron R. Flatt, E23 Reporter

A strong support network of friends and family, coupled with a resilient sense of independence, is what it truly takes to get over a hard break-up. There is that initial period, however, where most … Read the rest

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E23’s Table Talk- Feb. 5, 2017

Table Talk looks forward to what 2017 has to offer for music, movies and television.

E23’s executive producer, Nnamdi Egwuonwu, and executive web director, Olivia Jacobson, join host, Jacobs Douglas, in this week’s Table Talk. They’ll be talking about expectations for 2017 in regards to music, movie and TV. 2016 was a strong year for … Read the rest

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“Legion” Series Premiere Review

By Sam Mosher, E23 Reporter

Spoilers follow.

Well, that was certainly intriguing.

“Legion” is the rare superhero show that I know nothing about. This really excites me. While it is connected to the big-screen “X-Men” franchise, the pilot episode makes Read the rest

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Is it “Zombie Fatigue”, or Just Plain Bad? Santa Clarita Diet Review

By Jacob Douglas, E23 Reporter

With both of the “Walking Dead” series, to “iZombie” and “Z Nation”, TV has its fair share of zombie shows. Netflix decided it needed its own “zombie” show. Enter “Santa Clarita Diet”, a show about … Read the rest

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