Massachusetts Daily Collegian

‘Getting drunk and eating chicken fingers’

By Soren Hough

November 26, 2013

Filed under Arts & Living, Culture, Television

Fire up the go-kart, hide your drugs and grab your guns: the boys are back. After four years off the air, Canadian comedy series “Trailer Park Boys” is making its impromptu return in a brand new season and film. Fans of the show are understandably with the prospect of seeing their favorite...

The golden age of ‘Arthur’ comes to an end

By Soren Hough

November 5, 2013

Filed under Arts & Living, Culture, Television

A nostalgic, familiar sight as Arthur and his friends are sitting in class with Mr. Ratburn, studiously paying attention as the curmudgeonly teacher drones on about math. But something is off. None of the characters look quite right. Their outlines are bolder and there’s almost no subtlety to their expressions. And now they...

‘American Horror Story: Coven’ iffy but promising

By Elise Martorano

October 29, 2013

Filed under Arts & Living, Culture, Television

Popular FX television series “American Horror Story” has returned to the air for its third season just in time for Halloween. This season, entitled “Coven,” focuses on a boarding school for young witches with different powers and abilities in modern day New Orleans. The series shows no si...

‘Parks and Recreation’ and the problem of television ratings

By Ryan Kaplan

October 29, 2013

Filed under Arts & Living, Culture, Television

NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” is going on hiatus as the hit show continues consistently suffers from low ratings. Now in its sixth season, “Parks and Rec” has been halted until 2014, except for a few new episodes in November. Reports suggest that NBC wants to push its new comedy “Sean Saves the Wor...

“The Walking Dead” infects video games, webisodes

By Araz Havan

October 8, 2013

Filed under Arts & Living, Culture, Television, Video Games

“The Walking Dead” returns to AMC on Oct. 13 for its fourth season. For the hordes of people – nine million, in fact – who saw the Season 3 finale, it has been a long wait. Even though the finale was the most watched episode of the series, the show ended on a we...

Broken Bad: Walter White’s story comes to an end

By Gabe Scarbrough

October 8, 2013

Filed under Arts & Living, Culture, Television

It’s over. The five-year-long crank binge that was AMC’s critically acclaimed drama “Breaking Bad” has reached its conclusion, and the withdrawal is setting in. As with most serious users of addictive substances, now that the supply has dried up, many fans ha...

Podcast: How The Collegian Met Your Mother

By Patrick Hoff

September 27, 2013

Filed under Arts Multimedia, Arts Podcasts, Web-Exclusive

Patrick Hoff shares his thoughts on the season premiere of "How I Met Your Mother." ...

The legend continues in second season of “Korra”

By Rachel Arlin

September 24, 2013

Filed under Arts & Living, Culture, Television

After the long hiatus following Book 1, “The Legend of Korra” is finally back. Fans have been patiently waiting for Book 2, entitled “Spirits.” The release date has been pushed back many times, causing confusion all around....