BY ALEX INTNER
Stewart's long-lived presence has rooted him as one of the most distinguished and respected figures in the TV world.
BY CHLOE GILKE
“Breaking Bad” is over, and “Better Call Saul” has risen to Heisenberg’s money throne. To be successful, “Saul” needed to assert its independence with a series premiere that leaves all comparisons in the Albuquerque dust.
BY MATTHEW BARNAUSKAS
While “Allegiance” is able to differentiate itself from its cable rival, despite some similarities, it still borrows other tropes, creating a straightforward, predictable product with glimmers of promise.
BY SOPHIA KAUFMAN
While street art is a newer premise for a show than some of the other dime-a-dozen reality series that focus on fashion or singing, this show’s dedication to the strict checklist of reality television ensures that it gives the least amount of screen time to the most important part: the art itself.
BY HAILEY MIDDLEBROOK
Our culture is obsessed with the idea of love — falling in it, hating it, making it and falling in it all over again. With every sarcastic column on how to plan the perfect anti-Valentine’s Day “fuck love” party, there’s an equally popular Tumblr feed called “Relationship Goals."
BY DREW MARON
Even if it wasn’t exactly ground-breaking or original, the characters brought a flavor and humor that was enough to carry the episode.
BY KAREN HUA
Ultimately, the series has commendable intentions to display a different side of race, but these lofty goals inevitably carry the burden of representation for the entire Asian community in America.
The walls are covered with graffiti-esque murals of Mario and Megaman. The shelves contain every imaginable object of the gaming world, from the latest PlayStation 3 releases to the rulebooks to the latest edition of “Dungeons & Dragons.” Welcome to Ann Arbor's gaming Mecca.
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