Watching “BoJack Horseman” can provide a helpful lesson on how to manage feelings of burnout, TV columnist Simone Bogedal PO ’24 writes.
TV columnist Claire DuMont SC ’23 reflects on how the character of Shiv from “Succession” helps expand the way women are portrayed on-screen.
The violence of “Squid Game” isn’t merely for entertainment value, rather it and other elements of the hit show provide a powerful critique of capitalism’s consequences, argues Anna Tolkien CM ’24.
TV columnist Simone Bogedal PO ’24 explores the morality of individualism and conformity through the lens of the episode “Auto Erotic Assimilation” of “Rick and Morty.”
From uncanny visuals to a lifeless plot, “Sweet Tooth” is not worth your watch, TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23 argues.
When you think of “The Bachelor,” feminism probably doesn’t come to mind. Nevertheless, season seven subverts itself, with contestants standing up for each other and taking matters into their own hands, guest columnist Eliza Powers PO ’25 asserts.
The episode “Pop Squad” from “Love, Death & Robots” asserts that we are responsible for individual-level change when societal change is unfeasible, argues TV columnist Simone Bogedal PO ’24.
With compelling characters, solid writing and trailblazing fashion, “Euphoria” leaves viewers eagerly awaiting season two, TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23 writes.
If you’ve been thinking about watching Netflix’s “Rebecca” (2020) — don’t, warns TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23.
With modern social attitudes and glittery costumes, “Bridgerton” caters more to moral messages than historical accuracy — so glossing over rape sticks out as a major error, TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23 asserts.