TV columnist Claire DuMont SC `23 loves “Gilmore Girls.” After countless rewatches, she’s taking a closer look at her favorite comfort show.
Regularly scheduled programming: ‘Freaks and Geeks’ is the pinnacle of coming of age television
Coming-of-age comedy “Freeks and Geeks” is more than 20 years old, and it’s as good as ever, writes television columnist Claire DuMont SC `23.
Regularly scheduled programming: ‘Derry Girls’ shows the beauties and hilarities of teenage girlhood
Irish comedy show “Derry Girls” is a hilarious depiction of teenhood during The Troubles, writes TV columnist Claire DuMont SC `23.
Film files: ‘Industry’ finds comfort in chaos
HBO’s “Industry” is intense, hypnotic and well worth watching, states television and film columnist Hannah Eliot SC `24.
Scene it: Let’s get metaphysical with ‘Undone’
The line between serious and silly is a fine one, especially when it comes to science fiction. “Undone” hits a perfect balance, writes TV columnist Rorye Jones PO `23.
Regularly scheduled programming: ‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’ finds its stride in third season
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series is back for its third season, and according to TV columnist Claire DuMont, it’s better than ever.
Film files: ‘The Rehearsal’ is Nathan Fielder’s dizzying magnum opus
Nathan Fielder’s new show “The Rehearsal” isn’t as unethical as it seems, argues TV and film columnist Hannah Eliot SC `24.
Regularly scheduled programming: Here’s what you missed at the 74th Emmy Awards
The 74th Emmy Awards ceremony was filled with deserved wins, disappointing snubs and moments of awkwardness, writes TV columnist Claire DuMont SC ’23.
Film files: Summer films and TV shows to cure your finals-week blues
Need an excuse to procrastinate, or want something to look forward to after finals? Film columnist Hannah Eliot SC ’24 has you covered with film and TV recommendations.
Regularly scheduled programming: You don’t have to have to be a Breaking Baddie to love ‘Better Call Saul’
With its incredible writing and acting, “Better Call Saul” is a success of a sequel, argues to TV columnist Claire DuMont SC ’23. Even if you haven’t seen “Better Call Saul’s” forerunner, you can still enjoy it.