By Savannah Brooks
Marvel’s Wandavision wrapped up Friday with its final episode, a 49-minute cumulation that really only answered some of fans’ questions and was much more “Marvel” than those that came before.
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By Jamie Abdu Na Man Sa
Snoop Dogg’s new TV show, Coach Snoop, on Netflix shows how Snoop keeps the kids off of the streets of Los Angeles and out of involvement with gang members, so they can be successful kids like they deserve to be. Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr.—Snoop Dogg— has a football league, the Snoop Youth Football League or SYNL, that is featured on the show. He established the league in 2005. Snoop Dogg has explained that the purpose of the league is to keep kids off of the streets and out of trouble, particularly in Los Angeles, California.
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By Katrionna Covert
The highly anticipated Stranger Things 2 premiered on Netflix October 27th, picking up a few days before Halloween 1984. The new season debuted a flood of new characters, and left some mysteries unresolved. Continue reading “Stranger Things 2 review [spoilers]: new faces and unanswered questions”
By Zach Carver
FX’s new series, produced by Donald Glover (Childish Gambino), which airs every Tuesday at 10 pm, features a realistic showcase of a rapper from down under, Atlanta, trying to make it big. Continue reading “Review: FX’s Atlanta a breakout in hip-hop TV”