Tag: Netflix

‘The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez’ takes over and shocks Netflix viewers

Breanna Hill, Arts & Entertainment Editor 

I’ve been hooked on documentaries for years now. Every time a new one comes out I tend to watch it within the first few days of its release date, especially if it has something to do with crime. Unfortunately, there has been a lack of documentaries to my knowledge, until February 26 of this year when “The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez” hit Netflix.

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Netflix drops latest binge-worthy series: ‘Love Is Blind’

Breanna Hill, Arts & Entertainment Editor

“Love is Blind” is the latest laughable, yet somehow very addictive binge worthy Netflix creation. I couldn’t be more obsessed. It popped up on my suggestion category a week ago, I believe, and I have already finished ten out of the eleven episodes in the first season (the last episode in the season comes out today, woot woot).

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Top rom-coms to binge this Valentine’s Day

Breanna Hill, Arts & Entertainment Editor

Valentine’s Day is less than two weeks away which means binging the best of the best rom-coms is a must. Here’s a countdown of the most iconic and memorable rom-coms to grace the public’s television screens.

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Season 2 of ‘You’: worth the hype?

Breanna Hill, Arts & Entertainment Editor

The highly anticipated Netflix Original series ‘You’ released its second season on December 26, 2019, and gained quite the attention along with a substantial viewership. This intensely dramatic crime series stars Gossip Girl’s own Penn Badgley as Joe, the main character. Joe is seemingly an average guy, but beneath his believable nice guy persona is a dark and disturbing character flaw. The series follows Joe as he ventures out and attempts to find true love. Joe finds himself fearing that his relationship is threatened by close friends of his love interest at the time, causing his mind to go haywire and get rid of them in the best way he knows how: killing them. 

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