Audiences will be thankful for what television has to offer this autumn.
As the weather grows chillier, television screens will be keeping the air warm with displays of love and scares alike.
This post was updated May 19 at 12:28 p.m.
Spring Sing is more than music.
To engage the attendees with laughs, student sketch comedy group Company’s mission revolves around creating and performing engaging sketches that poke fun at UCLA life in between Spring Sing acts, fourth-year theater student and Company member Jacob Cherry said.
Sarah Dessen is teaching Netflix viewers to carpe diem.
Releasing Friday, Dessen’s novel-turned-film “Along For The Ride” follows recent high school graduate Auden (Emma Pasarow), who visits her father in the small beach town of Colby where she meets Eli (Belmont Cameli), a bike store owner who shares her struggle to cope with the past.
Bruin Creators transforms students from viewers to creators.
Founded in 2020, the student club aims to build a small community for aspiring Bruin YouTubers to teach them how to create video projects such as vlogs, TikToks and promotional advertisements, president and third-year neuroscience student Jason Wu said.
Upcoming TV releases are melting viewers’ hearts this winter.
A new year means new installments of fan-favorite shows, with the snowy season bringing back television’s most beloved characters.
Despite its name, the Hype House fails to reclaim its hype in its new Netflix reality series.
Released Friday, “Hype House” follows a TikTok content house founded by Thomas Petrou, Chase Hudson, better known as Lil Huddy, and Alex Warren as they pursue their latest personal and professional endeavors.
Nia Sioux is no longer constrained to the bottom of the pyramid – instead, she is climbing to the top.
As the longest tenured dancer on the show “Dance Moms,” the second-year American literature and culture student said being introduced to the media at 10 years old provided her with a platform to pursue multiple career paths in the creative fields she enjoys.
The producers of “The Conjuring” and “Stranger Things” developed a new horror film just in time for spooky season.
“There’s Someone Inside Your House” follows a group of Nebraska high schoolers as they navigate the dangers of a loose serial killer determined to make them pay for their secrets.
This post was updated Aug. 30 at 1:22 a.m.
“She’s All That” is adapting to the modern decade.
Netflix is bringing the 1999 rom-com to the era of social media through its remake, “He’s All That.” Releasing Friday, the film follows teenage influencer Padgett Sawyer’s (Addison Rae) attempt to transform her high school’s outcast, Cameron Kweller (Tanner Buchanan), into prom king.
Pixar’s “Soul” encompassed the beauty of life with the help of Jeremy Slome and Searit Huluf.
The alumni were the associate postproduction supervisor and cultural consultant, respectively, on “Soul,” a film following Joe Gardner (Jamie Foxx) – a struggling New York jazz musician – on his journey back to Earth after a tragic accident sent his soul to the cosmic Great Beyond.
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