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RuPaul’s Drag Race has fans feeling let down

Written By Ana Bellamy, For The Globe February 1, 2023

RuPaul’s Drag Race, a show that has been a fan favorite for the LGBTQIA+ community since 2009, is on its 15th season. RuPaul’s Drag Race is a competition show where Drag Queens from around the United...

From Disney Channel to Disney Plus: Revisiting “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody” 14 years after finale

Written By Rachel Ross, Co Features/A&E Editor November 3, 2022

Growing up, I was definitely more of a Disney Channel kid than anything else. One of my favorite shows, if not possibly my favorite show, was The Suite Life of Zack and Cody. Of all of the Disney shows...

Disney Plus Series ‘She Hulk’ smashes expectations

Written By Salvatore Elia, For The Globe September 21, 2022

She Hulk: Attorney at Law debuted on Disney+ on August 18 with the series premiere titled, “A Normal Amount of Rage.”  The episode introduces us to the main protagonist Jennifer Walters (Tatiana...

“The Rehearsal” blurs comedy and reality together

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Editor-in-Chief September 14, 2022
In the past twenty years, a new style of comedy has arisen. These movies and shows present real people’s reactions to various situations, often scripted or improvised by a host or actor playing a character. The first mainstream, notable example of this style is 2004’s “Borat.” In “Borat,” Sacha Baron Cohen portrays the titular “Borat,” a fictitious journalist from Khazikstan who travels across America and interviews various people. A majority of the people that he interacts with in the movie are real people, and their reactions to his antics are genuine.
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