Fans Take Cancellation ‘One Day at a Time’

Sydney Johnson, IV Leader Cultural Editor

April 25, 2019

Filed under A&E, TV

Fans were shocked when Netflix canceled “One Day at a Time” in March. The sitcom follows the life of the fictional Alvarez family, a Cuban-American family comprised of single-mother Penelope, played by Justino Machado,...

What are African-American superheroes trying to say?

J.Q. Church, Web Advisor

April 26, 2018

Filed under A&E, Books, Featured A&E, Movies, TV

On Sept. 16, 2016, Netflix released a straight-to-series season of “Luke Cage” where we were finally introduced to the bulletproof D-list hero, formally known as Marvel’s Power Man, in modern day Harlem. Only two years...

This fall’s top TV series: ‘Young Sheldon’

Grant Reed, Staff Writer

October 12, 2017

Filed under A&E, TV

The newest show to hit CBS as of September 2017 is called “Young Sheldon.” The series takes place in 1989 in eastern Texas and follows nine-year-old Sheldon Cooper who has a mind focused on advanced mathematics and science. “Young...

Bates Motel: The creepiest thriller on television

Aris Showers, IV Leader Opinion Editor

April 7, 2016

Filed under A&E, Featured A&E, Opinion, TV

A&E hit a dark goldmine with its series Bates Motel. Season 4 is currently airing on A&E Mondays at 8 p.m. The show’s IMDB rating is 8 stars and it is well deserved. The show stars Vera Farmiga as Norma Bates, Freddie...

VMA performances reflect summer playlist

Michael Westerman

September 3, 2013

Filed under A&E, Music, TV

Watching this year’s VMA performances was like pressing shuffle on your summer playlist. All genres of mainstream music were represented from hip hop artists like Drake and Kendrick Lamar to pop stars like Katy Perry. All...

‘The Following,’ ‘The Americans’ premiered

Brent Bader, Columnist

February 28, 2013

Filed under A&E, TV

It is that time of the year again, when new episodes of TV shows have returned to the airwaves after the winter holiday season and the networks start pilots for new shows.  With quite a few new shows beginning this winter, I...

American Horror Story keeps its audience

Mari Turinetti, IV Leader columnist

November 6, 2012

Filed under A&E, TV

In the spirit of Halloween, television networks have been relentlessly showing reruns of corny ‘80s horror films so much lately, it’s about time we had a quality horror show come back for a second season. I think back to...

Cartoon Network enterains older audience

John Eppard, IVLeader A&E Editor

September 4, 2012

Filed under A&E, Featured A&E, TV

Growing up as a child all I did was watch Cartoon Network to my heart’s content.  Now fast forward 12 years later and I’m still doing the same thing, but I noticed that I’m not the only one. Some of you reading this may...

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