BY ERIKA HARWOOD
Despite my preconceptions, “Work Hard” turned out and laid down a solid foundation for a season full of Belcher mischief and unconventional yet endearing antics.
BY JORDYN KAY
it seems that the writers are sticking to old tactics and viewers shouldn’t expect to fall back in love with the series that once had the vampire television genre cornered.
BY AKSHAY SETH
Hannibal Buress is bringing a slew of newly written material along for the Comedy Camisado Tour, which stops by at the Royal Oak Music Theatre on Saturday.
BY CATHERINE SULPIZIO
“American Horror Story: Freakshow” is a riveting first episode. Even after three seasons, “AHS” still retains a talent for lassoing scare, social critique and camp into one dazzling show.
BY ALEC STERN
Even in its trailer, “The Affair” sets up what could be one of the most atmospheric series on television.
BY CATHERINE SULPIZO
At its center is Mort/Maura, a retired professor who reveals her identity as a trans woman in the stages of single, senior life. The first episodes of “Transparent” are tasked with Maura’s attempts to breach the gap between her identity and the world.
BY ALEC STERN
Since May, the networks have touted their newest series ad nauseum — at the Upfront presentations, on social media, in magazines and on billboards. Now, they are all finally here.
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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