Many in the arts and entertainment industries have found creative ways to work while the effects of COVID-19 have left many unemployed and organizations at a loss for what to do to continue their work.
As social distancing has led to a lonely, monotonous routine for many, some University of La Verne students are finding comfort in binging via platforms such as Netflix, Disney+ and Hulu, according to an informal survey.
“Tiger King” is a sensationalist Netflix documentary series that reeled in 34 million viewers within the first 10 days of its release on March 20. And yet it is not at all what is expected from a serious and informative docu-series.
Summer is over so say so long to lounging by the pool and hello to lounging on the couch – Netflix and chill season is upon us. Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBOgo, Hulu and, coming November, Disney Plus are the streaming services that have taken cable televisions place on everyone’s screens for our viewing pleasure.
Just as La Verne students return back to school, so do those at Liberty High School in Netflix’s adaptation of Jay Asher’s 2007 novel “13 Reasons Why,” now for a third season.
After the last season of “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” concluded with Sabrina Spellman signing her name to the Devil to prevent the Greendale apocalypse, the show has returned with Sabrina embracing her witchy side and walking down a darker path.
Alumna Savannah Henry, along with the team of senior TV broadcasting majors Jacqueline Hall and Florencia Schinoff, and 2018 alumnae Andrea Leiva and Tina Sanchez, have won a Western Access Video Excellence award for their dramatic short film, “AVA.”
Thirty years after the infamous serial killer’s execution, Netflix explores Ted Bundy’s perspective in a four-episode docuseries, “Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes.”
Netflix’s “You” is the ultimate anti-romance thriller that sheds light on toxic relationships in all of their forms.
Everyone has heard of the Salem witch trials, but Greendale, home of Sabrina Spellman, had one of its very own.