Tag: tv

The 67th Emmy Awards Recap

Written by Rebecca Oldham. Media by Bekah Dothager. One of the best things about watching a TV show is seeing the way a show can...

Fuller House Coming to Netflix

Written by Kristen Kanaskie.  Media by Stephen Hillrich. Although the 80’s have long since passed, some of our favorite trends have remained timeless—especially when it...

Will Maisie Dobbs Become the Next Downton Abbey?

Written by Katie Schmierbach.  Media by Stephen Hillrich. With over a million copies sold, the Maisie Dobbs Series has captured the hearts of historians and espionage...

GC Speaks – Favorite TV Show

Written by Thomas Hajny | Media by Thomas Hajny and Jonathan Barker Hey guys, so it is time for another GC Speaks! This time around,...

American Horror Story: Season 4 Freak Show

Written by: Andrea Martin. Media by: Charley Phillips. From the murder house, to the asylum, and then to witchcraft and sorcery, American Horror Story has...

Game of Thrones: Season 4 Preview

SPOILER ALERT! If you have not watched Seasons 1-3 of Game of Thrones or read the books like a nerd, there may be spoilers. You’ve been warned.

The DNA of Downton Abbey

So, I was a bit late to the whole Downton Abbey craze. During the airing of the second series, my grandma told me about the show, and she sounded really excited about it. I wasn’t entirely sure it was something that I’d be into. But I happened to stumble into an episode while channel

Doctor Who Week: A Brief History of The Doctor

BBC’s Doctor Who is a show that makes up its own rules when it comes to storytelling. With the jumping and crossing of timelines, regeneration, and now even a mysterious unknown Doctor, never has a story been so complex, dynamic, and intriguing as that of the favored Time Lord.

The Following Review

Whenever we see a network promoting a new show we can always assume one of three things: It’s a crime drama, it’s a comedy that’ll get axed after two episodes or it’s an American remake of a British show that will get axed after one episode. There appears to be a plethora of crime dramas on the air today, such as NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, CSI, CSI: New York, Hawaii Five-O, The Mentalist, Castle, Bones, Criminal Minds, Body of Proof, Blue Bloods, Southland…you get the idea. Every once and awhile, amidst the countless CSI spinoffs, there’s one cop drama gem that tries to take a unique look at the genre. Some of those include Justified and The Killing. The latest attempt at defining the genre is Fox’s The Following featuring the latest stud to switch from movies to television, Kevin Bacon (Mmmm…bacon).

Watching the Bachelor with the Bachelorettes

Let’s face it; The Bachelor in GC terms is equivalent to the most eligible Joy Boy starting the year off dating an entire floor of Burritt, only to find himself with one lucky lady just in time to give her a ring by spring. While it is agreed that this type of behavior would be deemed inacceptable on our campus, damaging to our intentional Christian community, and probably against the lifestyle statement, we find it a perfectly acceptable form of entertainment. Add to the mix the fact that the contestants range from single mothers to straight up crazy ladies and you have The Bachelor.