Interesting breakthroughs, arrests, and rumors regarding comedic legends.
Share Week – Opinion: You’ll never believe what one website did to ‘Sopranos’ creator David Chase just to get clicks.
Thanks to ‘Orange Is the New Black’ popularizing orange jumpsuits, the black and white pinstripe is making a comeback in prisons, but at what cost?
Television characters can become integral to who we are.
“Everybody has to have a hometown,” television icon and sci-fi pioneer Rod Serling once said. Binghamton, NY was his, and his creative fingerprints can be found all over town.
In her work, artist Carmen Tiffany combines experiences from her childhood in rural Wyoming with the aggressively cheerful imagery of children’s products, television and advertising. The result are funny, grotesque videos, installations and drawings that feature an array of characters including a rapping macaroni noodle and lisa frank characters with an unquenchable thirst for moonshine.
Recapping the hit Netflix show’s departure from crime drama realism to Shakespearean intrigue.
The battle between old media and new rages on, a synergy of the two the most likely outcome.
Is “binge watching” the new “going to the movies”?