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July/August Cover Issue Exclusive: ‘Queen Sugar’s’ Vibrant Legacy

Arguably, Hollywood is becoming more diverse, but we still have a long way to go. When it comes to depicting African-American stories authentically, there’s still a bit of a gap between perception and reality. 399 more words


Game of Thrones Moment of the Week: “Dragonstone”

Welcome (or welcome back) to a feature that used to be a staple here at NGN: our weekly discussion of my favorite moment in each episode of Game of Thrones! 963 more words


Procedural Gains? The Value of "Case of the Week" Television Shows

A long time ago, television was different.  Shows mainly focused on the weekly adventures of its characters, very rarely (if at all) connecting them in any meaningful way beyond the initial premise (i.e. 952 more words

Dylan Nordberg

Shall We Begin? Motives and Visions in the 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Premiere

Really, the Freys should have suspected something was up. Walder is giving praise? Speaking in lucid, eloquent sentences? Smiling without violent stimuli? Even with the bit about not wasting wine on “a damn woman,” all the signs were pointing to Old Walder not being his usual surly self. 2,205 more words


Song, dance and universal themes on deck for Disney's Descendants 2

When Kenny Ortega cast Cameron Boyce in the pivotal role of Carlos De Vil in the 2015 Disney TV movie Descendants, he had no idea the young actor could sing and dance. 1,044 more words


On letting idiots make decisions for me

Perhaps the sound of a million baby-men all wailing at once alerted you; there is to be a new Doctor Who, or maybe a new Doctor, hell, I don’t watch the show, I don’t think “Doctor Who” is actually the character’s name, but maybe it is– and at any rate, the Doctor is to be played by a Person of Feminine Aspect, a Vagina-Haver, a Breasted-American, except she’s not American and Breasted-Brit sounds like some sort of snack food.   421 more words


Mayor Adam West Tribute Montage

For the few who may have missed the news, Adam West passed away early last month. Best known for his role as Bruce Wayne/Batman in the late 1960s TV series, he is perhaps known now for his role as the outrageous mayor Adam West on Family Guy. 53 more words