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Episode 36: News, Fargo, Superlatives, 3 things

In this episode, we touch on some news, discuss the finale of the FX show Fargo (spoilers!), give our entertainment superlatives, and give our (minimum) 3 things.

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SPOILER ALERT: Madison Clark meets new enemy on Fear The Walking Dead

From www.dailymail.co.uk – The killer of Travis Manawa was revealed as a native man called Walker on Sunday’s episode of Fear The Walking Dead.


Tuesday TV Testimonials #6...

Midnight Caller

This is a somewhat overlooked classic from the late eighties that I don’t expect many of you to remember. I was barely a teenager when I started watching this, but I was hooked from the start… even though it was undoubtedly aimed at a more mature demographic. 222 more words


How Stereotypes in Movies & TV Impact Kids' Development


Watching Gender : Media that perpetuates rigid gender roles and stereotypes can affect children’s sense of self, relationships, and career aspirations. Common Sense Media’s latest research explores the effects of gender-biased media on children’s development—so we can promote more positive, accurate gender representations that give kids the freedom they need to be themselves.  Read more:


Introductory Blog Post: Melissa K.

I have always been interested in television and entertainment! Since a young age, I loved to perform and always wanted to be involved in the performing arts. 357 more words


Will Nightflyers Stop GRRM's Winds of Winter?

George R. R. Martin just announced on his blog that a Nightflyers pilot has been greenlit by SyFy. This is a series based on GRRM’s 1980 novella, a scifi-horror hybrid. 388 more words


Sunday’s best TV: The Handmaid's Tale;Shots Fired

From www.theguardian.com – The magnificent Margaret Atwood adaptation hits its midpoint, as the Black Lives Matter-themed drama continues to impress. Plus: OMG! My Barbie Body