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‘Atypical’ is anything but typical

‘Atypical’ is anything but typical

Series creator Robia Rashid previously worked on ‘How I Met Your Mother.’ (Courtesy of Netflix) Emily Toomey Connector Staff “Atypical” is breaking out into the Netflix world as a more progressive approach to television. This comedy style drama features Keir Gilchrist as an autistic high schooler named Sam, who is navigating his way through his

SNL team creates TV show, ‘Documentary Now!’

Stars Fred Armisen and Bill Hader dressed up in their Sunday best (Courtesy of AMC Networks) Mary Connell Connector Staff Fred Armisen, Bill Hader and Seth Meyers of “Saturday Night Live” have united for their own show, “Documentary Now!” Armisen and Hader star in the show while Meyers produces it. As documentary enthusiasts, the trio

‘The People v. O.J. Simpson’ review

OJ Simpson (Cuba Gooding Jr.) tries on the iconic gloves. (Courtesy of Fox 21 Television Studios) Owen Johnson Connector Staff “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” is one of the best examples on television of an already dramatic event being squeezed for every last drip of drama it can muster. This ten-episode first

‘Fuller House’ review

Jennifer Wall Connector Staff After a long hiatus from 1995 to 2016, our favorite San Francisco family comes back for more. DJ Fuller, played by Candace Cameron, previously known as DJ Tanner, stars in the show and has three sons that her best friend, Kimmie, and her sister, Stephanie, come to help raise in the

CW shows of the week

Michael Paige Connector Editor CW, over the past four years, has created big triple threat of weekday shows with Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow. Due to it already past mid-season for both Arrow and The Flash, a spoiler warning is in effect. “Arrow 4.15 Taken” In this week’s Arrow, Oliver needs to bring

I want to believe in ‘The X-Files’ again

Courtesy Photo Richard Budd Connector Staff Almost 14 years after the broadcast of its series finale in 2002, and eight years after feature film sequel ‘I Want to Believe’, The X-Files has returned to television. The show finds former FBI agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) doing about what you would

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