Guest Writer Edition: Popular Television shows
Freaks and Geeks 4 stars out of 5: (Madison Killian, Assistant Arts&Entertainment Editor) Freaks and Geeks follows a group of diverse high school kids dealing with all the troubles of growing up. If you’re looking for a young and charming James Franco, this is where to look, ladies. Other actors such as Seth Rogen and Jason Segal got their start on this hilarious series.
Orange is the New Black 4 stars out of 5:(Lance Moore, Arts and Entertainment Editor) The new hit Netflix originial series Orange is the New Black has made waves with audiences for its well written plot progression and up to par acting. The show follows the fictional character Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling), who is incarcerated for aiding a girlfriend transport drugs. The story follows her unlikely friendships while in prison as she navigates every day prison life.
Breaking Bad 5 stars out of 5 : (Megan Nanna, Designer) Breaking Bad is a thrilling crime drama that follows the life of Walter White, a former High School chemistry teacher who, once diagnosed with lung cancer, dives into a perilous vocation of cooking crystal meth in order to provide for his family. If you are looking for a solid series of twists and revelations, this is your show.
Sons of Anarchy 4.5 stars out 5 stars: (Lance Moore, Arts and Entertainment Editor) Sons of Anarchy is the refined and drama filled show about the ins and outs of the Redwood Original motorcycle gang. Following intricate plot twists and a political side to viewing gang life, Sons of Anarchy is the show that keeps its audience fixated until its season’s conclusion. Custom motorcycles and attractive wordplay highlight the best of this show.
30 Rock 5 stars out of 5: (Ryan Thorne, Investigative News Editor) 30 Rock follows the crew of an NBC sketch comedy television show who are forced to deal with the shows stars like Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) and eccentric personalities like Kevin the Page (Jack McBrayer). Liz Lemon (Tina Fey), attempts to keep the show together and please her boss (Alec Baldwin). Full of celebrity cameos and oddball humor.