Game of Thrones’ fifth season off to a slow, promising star

By Phil Brown, Reporter Game of Thrones, as it continues its commanding run through a fifth year, has always been obsessed with impending doom. Characters...

The beginning of the end: Mad Men moves to a close

By Phil Brown, Reporter “Severance,” the new episode of Mad Men, is set in April 1970, a year after the previous, and the excitement and drama surrounding the...

House of Cards season 3: An underwhelming start

By Phil Brown, Reporter It was the sense of unpredictability and menace that brought life to Beau Willimon’s broadly-brushed Washington D.C in the last two seasons of House...

Always Sunny continues to improve, Broadchurch’s new season comes up short, but still a...

By Phil Brown, Reporter “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” 2015 marks the 10th year of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” FX’s black comedy sitcom about...

“The Legend of Korra”: Underappreciated show struggles to find footing

By Phil Brown, Contributor One of the most memorable TV shows in the past few years is Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko’s Avatar: The Last...

Fall TV Preview – New season features promising shows, new and old

By Zane Fletcher, Culture Editor The Walking DeadPremier Date: October 12Intrigue. Suspense. Action. Plot. All of these components are critical for a television program to...

Binge watching: marathons may magnify television merit

By Zane Fletcher, Culture Editor As I sat watching my sixth episode for the day of NBC’s “Community” while pondering about what I wished to...

Nexflix’s original series, “House of Cards,” doesn’t fold

If you think most critics are harsh, you don't know me.  Half the time, a preview is enough to keep me from seeing a movie, and most television shows don't keep me coming back.
So, trust me when I say this. Netflix's original series, "House of Cards," is truly a must-see.