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The Remote Control: The First Handheld Device

It’s interesting to think that the first handheld media device ever to be invented is considered to be the remote control. It was a new piece of technology that drastically changed the experience of watching broadcast television by allowing users the opportunity to control what and how they watched television and in turn, enables passive viewers into active viewers. 488 more words

The Socio-Comic Genius of Schitt's Creek

If you haven’t yet checked out Pop TV’s new comedy, Schitt’s Creek, the creation of father/son duo Eugene and Daniel Levy, you’re missing out on a hilarious and insightful look at what happens when a rich family is stripped of all luxury and plopped down in a place devoid of upper-class creature comforts. 1,395 more words


Hiro returns For ‘Heroes Reborn’

Masi Oka will reprise his role as fan-favorite character Hiro Nakamura on NBC’s upcoming revival “Heroes Reborn. The 13-episode “Heroes Reborn” will premiere later this year on NBC.



All 13 episodes of “Marvel’s Daredevil” are set to arrive simultaneously April 10 on Netflix.


Long Live the Hart

It looks like last night’s Hart of Dixie finale marked the end of the series. Though there’s still a chance the CW could pick it up for another season, no one associated with the show seems to think that’s likely. 611 more words


31 days project: The Big Naked Pain and Brain Campaign: Day 29

Day 29 of the Big Naked Pain and Brain Campaign: I just felt like running

Forrest Gump has had quite an appearance on the 31 days project but that’s because there are so many appropriate references towards pain and the brain. 249 more words


I Have Feels and it's Rick Grimes' Fault

Do you guys watch “The Walking Dead”? If you do and you’re all caught up on this season, keep reading. If you’re not caught up, naturally, avoid spoilers and come find this post after you watch the episode “Try.” If you don’t watch “The Walking Dead,” well I won’t judge your life choices butttttt 901 more words