Television

‘Luke Cage’ delivers great plot and character development
Photo Courtesy of Tribune News Service | Marvel’s Luke Cage depicts the life of a character  in the Marvel Cinematic Universe portrayed in other TV series like Jessica Jones. ‘Luke Cage’ — starring Mike Colter, Simone Cook, Mahershala Ali, Alfre Woodard, Theo Rossi 8 out of 10 By Sam Romero ’17 & Juan Ramirez ’18 THE ROUNDUP   Netflix released a new television show connecting to the Marvel Cinematic Universe,…
‘Stranger Things’ atmosphere, acting supports exemplary storytelling
‘Stranger Things’ –– starring Winona Ryder, David Harbour and Millie Bobby Brown 9.5 out of 10 By Kaleb Lucero ’18 THE ROUNDUP When Netflix released “Stranger Things” July 15, no one quite expected it to explode like it did in the following months. On the outside, especially from the trailer, it looks like a regular mystery series, where some kid goes missing and it’s up to the old small town…
Students, teachers say binge watching comes from boredom, necessity
Photo by Cory Wyman ’16 – Binge-watching has become an increasingly common pastime of both students and teachers. By Graham Armknecht ‘18 THE ROUNDUP Today, TV and movie streaming sites dominate web usage as more and more students are starting to binge watch new shows that have just come out, and old favorites. According to The Wrap, a website that reports on entertainment news and statistics, 70 percent of Internet…
Politically minded entertainment invites students into political universe
Students who watch political entertainment often seek more information By Julian De Ocampo ’13 THE ROUNDUP As the presidential political race heats up, students are not only flocking to mainstream news outlets, but to political entertainment as well. Aside from the traditional forms of satire – political cartoons, late night talk shows – the influence of Comedy Central, a channel largely focused on young adult humor, has grown rapidly over…
‘Lost’ finale review: ‘The End’ is a misnomer, ‘Lost’s’ legacy will live on in its fan base

An eye closes.

A church fills with bright light. A dog lies down next to a dying spinal surgeon. The credits roll amid shots of the original wreckage. And the discussion begins.

The series finale of “Lost” titled “The End,” which aired May 23, was certainly not the most watched finale ever, with an average of 13.5 million viewers who stay tuned throughout the two-and-a-half hour long last hoorah according to the New York Times.

Six predictions for sixth, final ‘Lost’ season

After six seasons of maddening cliffhangers, deeply layered mythology and epic storytelling the cultural phenomenon known as “Lost” is finally coming to an end.

Debuting Tuesday Feb. 2, the sixth and final season of the television show will hopefully wrap up everything; or at least as much as it can.

Before the season premiere airs however there are a few theories I would like to share; six to be precise.

Brophy vs. Hamilton to be featured on Fox Sports

Brophy’s football game against the Hamilton Huskies will be shown on FOX Sports Arizona on Friday, Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. for the “Farmers Game of the Week” package.
The game will be played at Phoenix College and will be shown in approximately 2.8 million households in Arizona and New Mexico.