This post was updated Oct. 7 at 6:09 p.m.
The summer sun is quickly fading, but autumn’s upcoming releases are burning up television screens.
From crowd-favorite romance thrillers and football dramas returning for more fiery seasons to a brand-new Marvel hero series stirring up fan excitement, viewers can expect to be bingeing at least one show in this fall’s TV lineup.
Mark Worthington needed more than just an Infinity Stone to create Wanda Maximoff’s reality.
Set in a post-“Avengers: Endgame” world, “WandaVision” follows the infamous Scarlet Witch’s (Elizabeth Olsen) complicated journey through grief and loss as she creates an alternate sitcom-themed reality to relive a life with her late partner, Vision (Paul Bettany).
Warning: spoilers ahead.
Heads up, the parents of the filthy rich kids are making their landing.
The sixth installment of “Gossip Girl” introduces the parents of Obie (Eli Brown) and Aki (Evan Mock) – and they have no intentions of playing nice.
Warning: spoilers ahead.
Spotted: Gossip Girl leaks juicy content for her followers – until it backfires harshly.
Released Thursday, the second installment of “Gossip Girl” follows the insurmountable figure taking another jab at the problematic Julien (Jordan Alexander) and Zoya (Whitney Peak) sister duo.
A young girl strives for a better life outside her small town and it will take giving her all.
Premiering in select theaters Friday, alumna Nicole Riegel’s new film “Holler” revolves around graduating senior Ruth (Jessica Barden) who longs to escape her troublesome small-town life in Ohio and pursue higher education.
Gabriela Freid intends to prove home can be anything imaginable.
The fifth-year art student is currently developing a reimagining of Lucy R. Lippard’s exhibition “Curating by Numbers” to be showcased in September.
This post was updated May 23 at 7:03 p.m.
Olivia Rodrigo is sour with a sweet aftertaste.
After her record-breaking hit “drivers license” blasted through car radios around the nation, Rodrigo has officially released her debut album “SOUR” on Friday.
Devin Mallory will be showcasing his definition of love on stage.
The fourth-year dance student will be performing a dance solo to Ilene Woods’ “So This Is Love (Cinderella’s Song).” Mallory said his performance stems from a traumatic childhood experience with his father, leading him to incorporate clips from the finale of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” that depict the unstable relationship Will Smith has with his father.
The San Diego Opera is reviving the drive-in experience, bringing its arias and overtures to an outdoor stage.
The company’s latest comic opera, “The Barber of Seville,” is running from Apr.
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