Emily Alyn Lind
Sarah Taryam, Arts EditorI definitely prefer a good series over a movie. Speaking to a lot of friends, I realised that many of us feel the same way. This week we are taking a look at some of the best new television shows that will be released over the summer.
Any fan of the television show “Friends,” I do not know anyone who isn’t, will understand the importance of the characters Ross and Rachel and their relationship through-out the series.
While the Tom Hanks and Cruises and the Nicole Kidmans of Hollywood will always be popular, we feel it is time to turn our attention to some new names and fresh faces.
It used to be that summer was a quiet time for television shows, but not anymore. Summer ’19 is looking to be one of the hottest in terms of new shows to watch.
Brazilian lawmakers — many connected to the nation’s powerful agriculture lobby — this week approved bills that would weaken or reverse human rights and environmental policies established by the new government of President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. Bill 490, which limits the recognition of new Indigenous territories,
The megabucks California royals are reportedly packing in the fly-on-the-wall Netflix documentaries and sit-down Oprah scoops indefinitely. “That period of their life is over — as there is nothing left to say”, an insider told The Sun. Given the wealth of material they’ve had to work with — and the wealth they’ve been able to extract
If House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has one defining trait, it’s his eagerness to please. He has used this acumen to compensate for his lack of policy wonkery and other skills associated with being an effective congressional leader. When he led Republicans in California’s state legislature, he earned a reputation as someone who would
North Korea is unlikely to be deterred from its quest to place cargoes in space, analysts said, even though a malfunction sent a new launch vehicle and the country’s first spy satellite crashing into the ocean on Wednesday. The secretive country considers its space and military rocket programmes a sovereign right, and analysts say spy