We are currently in the fall box office season, which is the hazy time between summer blockbusters and big holiday releases.
With hosts coming to, leaving and switching networks, the late night comedy scene has been shifting.
Last week, I looked at some of the upcoming fall shows debuting on traditional broadcast networks, but there are also some exciting new shows coming to online streaming services.
Now that school is back in full swing and I’m back at the pop culture game, I thought it would be fitting to start with a look at the new shows coming to a screen near you this fall. That being said, with two reboots, a spinoff and a show based on a 2002 Tom Cruise movie, some of these fall shows aren’t actually that new. NBC will premiere its “event series” Heroes Reborn, a continuation of its four season science fiction drama Heroes on Sept.
The semester is winding down, and work is ramping up. Once finals end, though, you’ll have earned a much-deserved break.
The music, colorful costumes and overflowing energy of MELA 2014 could be felt before stepping into a packed Levin Ballroom on Saturday night.
Pumpkin spice lattes have given way to peppermint mochas and gingerbread men. Holiday decorations are out in full swing, and you can’t escape the Christmas commercials on TV.
This week in music: Lorde continued to prove her dominance with her new track “Yellow Flicker Beat” and some epic covers, Eminem released a freestyle rap with offensive lyrics and Nicki Minaj apologized for her new music video that features Nazi imagery.
If you’ve turned on the TV lately, chances are you’ve come across a superhero. Superheroes are not restricted to the movie screen.
Boston-area college students looking for an activity on the night before Halloween were in luck this past Thursday. Approximately 3,300 students from 30 schools flocked to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston for College Night: MFA After Dark.