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Netflix’s “One Day at a Time” makes a roaring comeback

By Kim Fleming, Round Table reporter

March 8, 2017

Netflix’s new light-hearted original sitcom “One Day at a Time” made its debut on the streaming site in early January. The show follows the story of the Alvarez’s, a middle-class, single-parent family with Cuban roots. The mother, Penelope, is a war veteran whose husband recently left to take u...

Netflix’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events” is satisfyingly melancholy


By Kim Fleming, Round Table opinion editor

February 7, 2017

Lemony Snicket’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events” has been a popular children’s book series ever since author Daniel Handler published “The Bad Beginning” in 1999. There is a total of 12 books in the series. On January 13, Netflix released its television adaptation of the books. People who grew u...

‘Audrie and Daisy’ sheds light on sexual assault

Promotional image for Netflix documentary

By Audrey Fisher, Round Table photo editor

December 5, 2016

“Audrie & Daisy” is a documentary that not only captures the stories of these young ladies, but gives us a look at the overall issue of sexual assault. The documentary starts off telling the story of Audrie, a teenage girl who was sexually assaulted by a group of boys at a party where she...

‘The Get Down’ blends music and hardship

By Lucy Kiefert, Round Table entertainment editor

December 2, 2016

Directed by Baz Luhrmann and starring a myriad of young, fresh-faced actors who accurately represent a rarely analyzed area of New York during the ‘70s, “The Get Down” rights every wrong ever made by period-piece television shows. This recently added Netflix show just finished filming the secon...

‘The Crown’ gives accurate look at past royals

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By Audrey Fisher, Round Table photo editor

December 1, 2016

“The Crown” is another drama series based primarily off of history that is executed almost perfectly. This show, much like Netflix original series “Narcos”, follows historical events to create a TV drama that keeps watchers not only interested, but informed. The show is relatively accurate...

‘Stranger Things’ not a normal TV thing

'Stranger Things' not a normal TV thing

By Lucy Kiefert, Round Table entertainment editor

September 29, 2016

Disappearing children, alien invasions and shady government experiments - what isn't there to love about "Stranger Things"? For those who have not heard of this show (or have been living under a rock for the past couple of months), it centers around the disappearance of a middle school boy, Will By...

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