On Oct. 5, Lorraine Harry PO ’97 got to see her name in shining lights — or rather, her name and cash winnings on an LED podium screen.
Tag: TV shows
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: 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: ‘Severance’ is a workplace show you won’t want to forget
TV columnist Claire DuMont SC ’23 explains how the Apple TV+ show “Severance” revitalizes the genre of the workplace TV show.
Lights, camera, casting: Unpacking race and representation on ‘Bridgerton’
Because of its inconsistency with discussing race and culture, season two of “Bridgerton” continues the first season’s failure at genuinely portraying a post-racial society, argue Sridha Chadalavada PO ’24 and Anuradha Krishnan PO ’24.
Scene it: ‘Pam & Tommy’ does the very thing it argues against
By effectively recreating Pamela Anderson’s trauma, “Pam & Tommy” practices the opposite of what it preaches, TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23 argues.
Film philosophy: The representation of burnout in ‘BoJack Horseman’
Watching “BoJack Horseman” can provide a helpful lesson on how to manage feelings of burnout, TV columnist Simone Bogedal PO ’24 writes.
Front of house: Dave Chappelle’s downfall is a crash course in cancel culture
Cancel? De-platform? Pop culture columnist Caelan Reeves CM ’24 breaks down the difference using Dave Chappelle’s recent downfall as a case study.