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“Shadow and Bone” shows a view into the Grishaverse

“Shadow and Bone” shows a view into the Grishaverse

MARIA KLINGELHOEFER April 6, 2023 “Shadow and Bone” is perfect for fantasy fans in need of a new show. Even Rotten Tomatoes gives this series an 87% with over 1,000 ratings. Many critics have...

Netflix trilogy depicts obsession, toxic love 

Netflix trilogy depicts obsession, toxic love 

JENI SANCHEZ February 16, 2023 Let’s talk about the craziest erotic love story released on Netflix. It’s tough to spoil a trilogy because there is so much to get through, but it has to be done. “365...

‘Kaleidoscope’ can be watched in over 40,000 ways

‘Kaleidoscope’ can be watched in over 40,000 ways

MICHAEL FRANDOLIG February 9, 2023 “Kaleidoscope,” a heist drama miniseries, made its way to Netflix on Jan. 1. The Netflix original series is the first of its kind, promising the viewers that they...

Jeffrey Dahmer doc makes families relive trauma

Jeffrey Dahmer doc makes families relive trauma

October 12, 2022

OLIVIA CASPER Antelope Staff I am a person who loves crime documentaries and has watched most of Netflix’s murder mystery shows. I was super excited when I heard about the release of the new Jeffery...

We the People’ features artists such as Bebe Rexha, H.E.R. and KYLE.

‘We The People’ integrates pop culture into politics

November 4, 2021

I admit that I don’t know enough about the government. I have complained about many things within the government, but I can’t lie when I say that I know that I haven’t done enough research on my...

Students have been less than impressed with Netflix’s most recent originals.

5 movies to avoid when scrolling through Netflix

From “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny”, to “Father of the Year”, here are the five worst Netflix movies this year (according to Rotten Tomatoes). In the past few years Netflix has really hit a low point in their original movie producing.
‘The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears’ is available on Hulu.

Six hits to watch on Netflix, Hulu and Disney+

LAUREN MAY March 4, 2021
With several major streaming platforms producing content weekly, there are plenty of entertainment options. Here are some of the most popular shows this month:
This series focuses on the story of eight sibling’s search for love.

Is Netflix’s ‘Bridgerton’ really worth the hype?

GRACE MCDONALD February 25, 2021
The Netflix original Bridgerton thrusts viewers into the London “season,” in which eligible daughters promenade with their eager mamas for suitors. My thirst for drama intensified as soon as I heard Julie Andrews’s silver voice as the mysterious columnist, Lady Whistledown. However, both the stakes and my expectations fell as the show progressed.
The final weeks of WandaVision will bring the show to its dramatic conclusion.

Disney+ original ‘WandaVision’ attracts Marvel fans

JAKEB LARSON February 17, 2021
One of Disney Plus’s first Marvel original series, WandaVision is the start of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s phase four. Beginning a few weeks after the events of Avengers: Endgame, Avengers Wanda Maximoff (Elizebeth Olson) and Vision (Paul Bettany) find themselves married, living the perfect suburban dream in the 1960’s — but not everything is as it seems.
The Queen’s Gambit

‘The Queen’s Gambit:’ a story of friendship, loss and chess

CHEYANNE DIESSNER November 12, 2020 “The Queen’s Gambit” is a Netflix limited series that follows the story of Beth Harmon, a young chess prodigy portrayed by Anya Taylor-Joy, who struggles with her...

Photo by Saeed Adyani, Netflix ‘Ratched’ is a prequel to Ken Keesy’s novel ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.’

‘Ratched’ perfect series to binge for Halloween

JAKEB LARSON October 15, 2020 “October isn’t only the month for pumpkin flavored foods— it is also the time to watch thrilling and scary movies and TV shows.  “Ratched” definitely falls...


10 Netflix movies to watch during quarantine

March 25, 2020

ALEXANDER As more and more people are self-quarantining, the demand for things to do is growing. Theaters around the country are also shutting down. When it comes to movies,...

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