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Actress Sarah Desjardins Talks Girls in Tech for Netflix Show, ‘Project Mc2’

Women working in science and technology is not only more common, it’s incredibly topical. From the FLOTUS’s “Let Girls Learn” campaign to a supermodel who codes, women are more encouraged than ever to master subjects usually dominated by men. And Netflix has certainly taken notes. Project Mc2 — a female-driven show about kick-ass young spies who utilize their knowledge of science and tech […]

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5 TV Shows You Will Want to Tune In to This Fall

The heat of summer is finally starting to break down into cooler evenings as the days get shorter. Kids are back in school. Everything is coming up pumpkin spice. This can only mean one thing and that thing is it’s new television time! The fall television season is back in full swing and while we […]

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Making Friends in a New City

When we were kids, all it took to make a new friend was sharing your snacks with the kid beside you on the playground and, fortunately, that kind of bond could last right up until everyone graduated high school and headed off to the college or university of their choice or, even longer, until everyone […]

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Your ‘Gilmore Girls’ Revival Scoop

It has been just over eight years since we last saw Lorelei (Lauren Graham) and Rory Gilmore (Alexis Bledel) sipping coffee in Luke’s Diner. But since the mumblings of a reboot began last June at Texas’s ATX Festival Reunion Panel, the Gilmore Girls fandom has been abuzz about what comes next for our fast-talking, coffee-drinking, […]

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Marvel’s Wil Traval Discusses ‘Jessica Jones’ Taking Over Netflix

In recent years, the world of entertainment has been touched more and more by non-American performers, writers, and artists. Look at any award show, and many of the nominees and presenters will deliver speeches in various, lovely accents. Television has certainly been no exception. And thanks to Australian actor Wil Traval, Marvel is one of the […]

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AKA The Strongest Heroine on Netflix – A Look at Marvel’s ‘Jessica Jones’

In October 2013, Marvel Studios announced the preparation of four drama series and a miniseries totaling sixty episodes for release through Netflix.  Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist were announced as the properties to find life on the small screen. Marvel’s Daredevil released this past April to popular acclaim, centering around the dark and detailed […]

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‘Orange Is The New Black’ — Loneliness, Faith and Ruby Rose

The third season of Orange Is The New Black became available a day early and I have been dutifully binge watching in order to provide you with the following feedback. This latest season provided insight on some lesser seen characters and introduced some new faces. But fan favorites still received plenty of screen-time, as did […]

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Netflix is the Devil’s Playground – A Look at “Daredevil”

Comic-book fans have waited since late last year for the reboot for Daredevil, the blind lawyer-turned-vigilante from 2003’s film of the same name starring Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Michael Clarke Duncan, and Colin Farrell. The leads received praise for their performances but the film itself was weak on plot and character development. The director’s cut […]

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Breaking Down Blackness in “The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”

By now most of us surely have The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s catchy theme song stuck in our heads. I personally can’t stop thinking about the opening credit’s star Walter Bankston, played by Mike Britt. His character is a send up on the “hilarious black neighbor” meme that has continued to crop up over the years.

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The Ramifications of Binge Watching

What are you currently binge watching? Whether it’s old comedies or a new dramatic series, there’s no shortage of TV shows to binge watch. My 94 year old Grandma who just watched eight episodes of Downton Abbey, or my 3 1/2 year old niece whose binging through Dora The Explorer will also tell you there is no age limit to this […]

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Netflix: Decoded

In a world where more and more people are looking for more and more ways to watch their favorite TV shows and movies, Netflix stands atop the proverbial hill.

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