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“Daisy Jones & The Six” proves its status as one of 2023’s hit shows

“Daisy Jones & The Six” proves its status as one of 2023’s hit shows

(Photo courtesy of Glamour) “‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ delivered upon its promises with a gripping drama that is sure to keep viewers engaged.” Kali Patterson Connector Editor This past month saw the release of one of the most anticipated shows of 2023, “Daisy Jones & The Six.” Based on the novel of the same

“You” Season 4 Part 1 loses its charm

(Photo courtesy of Vogue) Penn Badgley returns for another season as Joe Goldberg in “You” season 4. Troy Lafond Connector Editor For its first three seasons, “You” has held a certain charm for its nuanced portrayal of Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley), a deranged, obsessive serial killer with self-delusions of his perceived righteousness. After the fallout

The biggest mystery of “Velma” is how it managed to be so bad

(Photo courtesy of The Boston Globe) “Velma” has strewn so far from the source material it is almost unrecognizable. Troy Lafond Connector Editor A few of the hallmarks of recent entertainment media include a constant barrage of remakes and recreations of classic IPs, maturing classic IPs for older audiences, meta fourth-wall breaking comedy and a

“The Last of Us” is not the last of video game adaptations

(Photo courtesy of Dextero) “The Last of Us” has done an amazing job at adapting scenes directly from the game. Jose Zamora Connector Staff Video game adaptations are infamous for their lack of faith to their source material and overall low quality, but to the surprise of many, the adaptation of developer Naughty Dog’s “The

“Andor” is Disney’s best Star Wars effort yet

(Photo courtesy of “Andor” explores the titular character in the early days of fighting the Galactic Empire. Maxwell Valin Connector Editor To say that the quality of Disney’s output in the Star Wars franchise has been spotty since their acquisition of the brand a decade ago would be nothing short of an understatement. While

“American Horror Story: NYC” is a leather-clad disaster

(Photo courtesy of Rotten Tomatoes) “AHS: NYC” is a colossal failure. Riley Fontana Connector Editor The creators of “American Horror Story” have given fans everything – haunted houses, aliens, and even killer clowns – but in “AHS: NYC”, they give viewers nothing. The past few seasons of “American Horror Story” have progressively been getting worse,

Marvel Studios’ Phase 4 is an unmitigated disaster

(Photo courtesy of Variety) Phase 4 came to a conclusion this fall with “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”. Maxwell Valin Connector Editor The Marvel Cinematic Universe is, in concept, a series of films and shows that work together across different individual series in order to tell a large, cohesive, and interconnected story. In its first 10

“House of the Dragon” burns bright in triumphant season 1

(Photo courtesy of Variety) “House of the Dragon” has wowed viewers after a controversial and critically panned “Game of Thrones” finale. Troy Lafond Connector Editor For varying reasons, many expected “Game of Thrones” spin-off series “House of the Dragon” to be a failure. For much of its run, “Game of Thrones” stood up as the