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On Wednesday, Showtime’s newest series, “I’m Dying Up Here,” premiered its pilot episode with South by Southwest.
A former UW-La Crosse police dispatcher is seeking a settlement after being fired for telling a student employee that “all immigrants deserved to go back to where they were from.”
Workplace comedies have become a massive hit in television. From “The Office” to “Parks and Recreation,” there is something hilarious that can be drawn from the mundanities of typical office life.
“Game of Thrones” creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss made first-time appearances at SXSW this week to discuss their popular show. They were joined on stage by “GoT” stars Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner, who play Arya and Sansa Stark, respectively. The two women served as moderators for the talk, asking Benioff and Weiss several behind-the-scenes questions regarding the show.
“It’s the most wonderful time of the year.”No, Andy Williams was not referring to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament in his cult classic.
“American Gods” was the first screening I attended at SXSW and may have even been the best of the events so far.
In addition to last week’s preview, I had the opportunity of interviewing “VICE” journalist Gianna Toboni over a video chat alongside several other university publications across the country.
South By Southwest officially begins this weekend down in Austin, Texas. With a stacked lineup of artists, keynote speakers, films and television shows, SXSW is gearing up to be an amazing festival. The Daily Cardinal Arts staff will be flying down to cover the event, and here’s what they are most looking forward to:
If you’ve run into me in the past month, you’d know that I’ve been binge-watching Ryan Murphy like crazy.
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2016 has been a legendary year for television. As technologies, budgets, content and overall scale increased, television breached uncharted territory.
Amazon Prime recently released the freshman season of “Good Girls Revolt,” a series that tracks a group of women in 1969 who decide to take legal action against a magazine after learning that the gender discrimination taking place in their newsroom is illegal, according to the Civil Rights Act.
Netflix released their most ambitious original series yet on Nov. 4 called “The Crown,” a partially fictitious interpretation of the historic rise of Queen Elizabeth II.
“The Fall” is an intriguing series that keeps a low profile, but is one of Netflix’s hidden gems.
This year Halloween falls on a Monday. We had the weekend to party, so tonight can be another Halloween tradition–watching a scary TV show while burrowing into the couch and stress-eating candy in suspense.