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Review: ‘Tiger King’ proves that no one is innocent

Josie Howell, Sports Editor

The Netflix documentary ‘Tiger King’ has recently captured all of America’s attention. There is not a single word in the English dictionary that would perfectly sum up the insane series. This documentary includes illegal tiger selling, polygamy, gay rednecks and murder schemes.

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‘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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‘Once Upon A Mattress’: A quirky show that charms audiences like no other

Anna Marker, Correspondent 

On Friday, February 21, 2020, JSU drama opened their first production of their spring 2020 season with ‘Once Upon a Mattress’ at the Ernest Stone Performing Arts Center.

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Hot Take: Are 2000s era dating shows problematic?

Miranda Prescott, Correspondent

Recently, I found myself in a rabbit hole on YouTube, yet again. Usually, I am watching hours upon hours of content related to series that I want to keep up with. This time, however, it was binge-watching youtubers react to dating shows from the early 2000s.

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