Selina Meyer, played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus, is the first female president of the United States.
A brilliant, tense episode welcomed back fan-favorite Morgan Jones.
Alex Frail and Jack Nichols recap two episodes of The Walking Dead in in the Daily Collegian Arts weekly podcast.
The rapid-fire comedy quickly latches onto its voice in its second season.
UMass alumnus creates new educational show for PBS.
Decades later, fashion from the 1990s is finally making its highly anticipated comeback.
“Boardwalk Empire” enters its 11th hour in style.
Both go head to head in terms of ratings, quality and awards won, challenging each other to up the value of programming.
‘Real Time’ offers laughs and debates
The HBO drama “True Detective” is a gritty, slow burn beauty midway through its first season.
Emily Mias muses on the lessons of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and the lasting impact of well-written television on its viewers.
Collegian blogger Alexa Hoyle looks at the pros and cons of Netflix and what it means for traditional television.
Collegian blogger Alexa Hoyle reviews the third episode of TV series Once Upon a Time.
Collegian blogger Alexa Hoyle breaks down the new fall television lineup.
Maggie Cornelius joined the “Mad Men” bandwagon just as it started a new season, and she gives her outsiders perspective of the hit show.
Find out the latest twists on “Modern Family” from Samantha Gillis.
Collegian columnist Amanda Dennis examines the detrimental relationship between children and T.V.
Columnist Victoria Knobloch discusses the abundance of female protagonists on television this season but those shows’ lack of a true female voice.
There are a lot of TV shows out there – are any of them worth watching?
Sunday night marked the Sixty-first Primetime Emmy Awards, the sixty-first year television stars paraded themselves in front of cameras, fans, and an academy who votes to tell them who is the best at what they do.