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‘Outer Banks’ is the next series to binge on Netflix

Fair use from Netflix. Kiara (Madison Bailey), Pope (Jonathan Daviss), John B (Chase Stokes) and JJ (Rudy Pankow) are hiding behind planks of wood because the cops are after John B.

Anna Benishek

May 25, 2020

When the new series “Outer Banks” premiered on Netflix, I scrolled past it not really giving it a second thought, until my friends strongly suggested watching the series. After binging all of it in one day, I completely fell in love with the show.  Season one of “Outer Banks” is centered ...

‘Never Have I Ever’ Netflix series is mediocre

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Noah Orloff

May 12, 2020

As I was missing the noisy halls of high school and the feeling of a real classroom, watching “Never Have I Ever” provided a reminder of the high school experience. Season one of Netflix’s “Never Have I Ever” details the journey of sophomore Devi Vishwakumar (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan), who is overcoming...

‘Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness’ provides excitement, drama

Fair use from Netflix. Joe Exotic, star of “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness,” feeds a tiger. The eighth episode of the Netflix series was released April 12.

Noah Orloff

April 14, 2020

A distraction in life is important during this trying time and I cannot think of a better way to take a break from the outside world than entering into the life of Joe Maldonado-Passage, who goes by Joe Exotic, or the Tiger King. “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” is so wild that it almost...

‘Nancy Drew’ proves entertaining for fans and newcomers alike

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Svea Bleske

January 7, 2020

As a longtime fan of the “Nancy Drew” mysteries, I was excited when I found out CW was making a series based off the books. The series follows Nancy Drew (Kennedy McMann), a college student who is thrown into a murder case when the wife of a famous businessman is found dead in a diner parking lot. Wi...

‘Maniac’ goes inside the brain to break yours

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Megan Raatz

October 18, 2018

Science and technology are ever-evolving and improving. We can now mend bones, recreate lost limbs, and replace faulty hearts, but there is something science has not been able to do yet: fix a broken mind. This is the scenario we are confronted with in Netflix's new colorfully nihilistic psychological drama,...

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