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Funny, Real, and Fresh, Donald Glover’s ‘Atlanta’ May Be His Best Project To Date

FX's new show, "Atlanta," may be Donald Glover's best project yet, recently telling reporters that the idea behind it is to "show people how it feels to be black." PHOTO/ www.theodysseyonline.com

By Lindi Bobb Published: September 14th, 2016 Actor, comedian, musician, writer and producer, Donald Glover, debuted his highly anticipated series “Atlanta” on FX Thursday night, September 6. This was a two-episode premiere and, although the episodes are not an hour long, they still manage to tackle a lot of important …

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HBO’s “The Night Of” Captures the Social Injustice for Immigrants in America

In just eight episodes, "The Night Of" portrays the social injustice many immigrants in America face. PHOTO/ www.vice.com

By Prajwal Prabhu Published: September 7th, 2016 HBO has become famous for creating shows that are revolutionary or groundbreaking, to say the least. Dragons and mythical lore are definitely the company’s strong suits, as shown in the extremely popular “Game of Thrones” series. However, HBO’s newest hit “The Night Of” …

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Nostalgic at Its Finest, “Stranger Things” Brings Real Sci-Fi Back to the Screen

It's easy getting lost into the world of sci-fi, and the cast of "Stranger Things" allows viewers to do just that. PHOTO/ www.theverge.com

By Danielle Kogan Published: September 7th, 2016 As of this summer, “Stranger Things,”  Netflix’s newest and most intense horror-mystery series, has become one to talk about. The show traces the story of a missing boy in late-eighties Indiana, and depicts how the search for Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) by his …

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