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Infinity Train trailer (Courtesy of Stan.com.au)

Animated Content Removal on HBO Max Symbolic of Larger Industry Problem

By Andre Montoya, Arts Writer September 19, 2022

  In the early weeks of August, nearly 40 television shows found themselves yanked off of HBO Max without warning. Surprisingly, the explanation for this action is just as baffling. New Warner...

Stranger Things Season 4 (Courtesy Netflix)

‘Stranger Things Season 4’: Queer Coding & A Suspenseful Finale

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer July 23, 2022

  This article contains spoilers. The queer coding and new bonds teased in “Stranger Things” season four are well worth the wait of production time between seasons. Stranger Things Four With...

Screencap from Marvel Studios’ Hawkeye official trailer. (Courtesy Marvel Entertainments YouTube)

Marvel’s ‘Hawkeye’ Captures the Hearts Of Audiences

By Lee Kedem, Arts Writer February 4, 2022

  Marvel's latest Disney+ mini series has raised the bar on the company’s new television venture. "Hawkeye" had the same love-filled core as its predecessors: "WandaVision," "The Falcon and the...

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The Show Must Go On: Entertainment Careers Through COVID

By Luke Jackson, Arts Writer January 27, 2022

  It’s hard to believe that we are coming up on two years since COVID-19 disrupted our lives. In case you haven’t noticed, things have been a little bit different since then. Even...

Screenshot of Zendaya in the Trailer for Euphoria: Season 2 (Courtesy HBO Max)

‘Euphoria’ is Back, and it’s More Important than Ever to Heed the Trigger Warnings

By Makena Reynolds, Arts Writer January 23, 2022

  Grab your glitter — the hit drama series "Euphoria," starring Zendaya, just released the first episode of season 2 on HBO Max this past Sunday, Jan. 9. After a heart-crushing season 1 finale,...

Members of the Arts Desk

Starting a New Year: The Arts Desk on Their Past Favorites and Pieces To Look Forward To

  Here on the Arts Desk of the Chronicle, we talk about art. A lot. While 2020 shut down many creative productions as COVID-19 and its subsequent stops, restrictions and shutdowns rose, 2021 brought...

Inside Job: Official Trailer. (Courtesy of Netflixs YouTube)

‘Inside Job’ is Self-Aware but Cool About It

By Tervela Georgieva, Arts Writer December 7, 2021

  We’ve all been there. Watching Netflix and wondering how we got here. Rolling our eyes at that one show that just can’t stop drawing attention to how quirky and in-the-know it is — the...

Midnight Mass promo poster (Courtesy Netflix)

‘Midnight Mass’ Redefines Horror with Strange Grace

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer November 27, 2021

  “The Haunting of Hill House” and “The Haunting of Bly Manor” director Mike Flanagan's latest series “Midnight Mass” premiered on Netflix Sept. 24. The seven-episode miniseries quickly...

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‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Provides Hope for Transgender Representation

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer November 16, 2021

  Though it ended in 2020, Netflix’s "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" still has much to offer audiences, with its drama, angst and teenage witchery as well as, what was for me, one of its most...

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Environmentalism as Entertainment: Does It Get Us Anywhere?

By Luke Jackson, Arts Writer October 25, 2021

  I, like many middle-class Americans, have an odd obsession with watching shows where rich, famous people stay in fancy places and eat fancy food that I could never afford. I don’t think...