Steve Carell only has two episodes remaining before he leaves “The Office.”
With its dedication to story, character and high production values, HBO’s original series continue to redefine television.
Collegian columnist Nick O’Malley isn’t changing the channel, but can’t get over the glaring faults in the FOX juggernaut “Glee.”
With the coming of the spring season also comes new seasons of popular television shows.
This past Monday, Katy Perry joined the cast of the popular CBS show “How I Met Your Mother.” Perry played the cousin of Zoey, a recurring character as of late.
The revival of Invader Zim, a much-loved show by a cult following, could be coming to ’90s cartoon lovers’ ways soon.
Today’s world of television is not what it used to be. Arts writer Kevin Romani discusses the changes in shows on the tube over the past five years.
The Showtime series picks up following Hank Moody’s weekend stint in jail.
The 2010 Country Music Awards, hosted for the third time by Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley, was dominated by Miranda Lambert and her fiancé Blake Shelton. Combined, they took home most of the night’s biggest awards.
This Friday, Iron Chef Michael Symon will be coming to the Calvin Theater in Northampton to take on well-known chefs in the area. The even starts at 7 p.m. and tickets range from $25-$75.
The Dunder Mifflin crew keeps audiences laughing as The Office enters into its seventh season. The season kicks off with familiar faces, new guest stars and quite a bang – literally.
Despite some shining moments with host Amy Poehler and musical guest Katy Perry, the recently-aired season premier of Saturday Night Live proved to be a rather disappointing affair.
With the 2009-2010 television season coming to a close, some programs will move onto another season while others will be canceled, often to the chagrin of fans. Collegian staff writer Kate MacDonald gives the run-down on what shows will return and which will meet their demise.
Rory Albanese is an executive producer for “The Daily Show” with Jon Stewart. Now he is pursuing a more active career in stand-up comedy in addition to writing and producing for the show.
The latest half hour comedy, “Sons of Tucson,” is set to premiere Sunday, March 14, at 9:30 pm about a deadbeat with a low level job, Ron Snuffkin, who falls in with the wrong company … three young, troublemaking boys with absentee parents.
The 82nd Academy Awards will be remembered for its structural changes, funny speeches, great talent of the nominated actors and crew members and even some mild controversies.
Black Student Union members and non-members alike performed a series of sitcom scenes Saturday night as part of a retrospective – “From Good Times to Girlfriends and The Rebirth of the ‘90s” – to commemorate Black History Month. The choice of showcasing prominent black sitcoms by decade reflected our recent entry into the – what are they calling them – the ‘10s?
It’s no coincidence that “Tool Academy 3” debuted on Valentine’s Day. The VH1 show, now in its third year, serves as a what-not–to-do guide for young lovers everywhere. In “Tool Academy,” if someone has a particularly cocky, smooth talking, cheating and/or egotistical partner, they can secretly nominate them to the show, where they participate in a sort of boot camp with their significant other while taking part in therapy sessions and revealing experiences. Looks like it will truly be quality television.
The Super Bowl has come and gone, but we can still remember our favorite commericials.