Colin Vanden Berg Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor Marvel’s Netflix Universe—distantly connected to its cinematic universe—began in 2013 with the excellent first season of Daredevil. From the start, Marvel’s plan was to combine Daredevil with . . .
Dan Zalewski Sports Editor Spencer Goodrich Staff Writer What was the biggest part of the Oscars last night? S: I could see a definite argument being made about the Minion’s appearance, it truly was the . . .
Maria Rovito Managing Editor This season of Adult Swim’s “Rick and Morty” has definitely been—as Rick would call it—‘squaunchy.’ The episodes for season two have increased their attention on continuity: side characters have made returns, . . .
Becky Stahl Staff Writer There are a lot of great new television sitcoms that began this fall, two of which happen to be on different networks, but have the same concept. ABC’s “Manhattan Love Story” . . .
John Villarose VI Staff Writer Every season of the FX miniseries “American Horror Story” follows a recognizable theme of the horror genre. Season one, “Murder House,” dealt with ghosts and haunted houses. Season two, “Asylum,” . . .
Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor If there’s anything that Oswald Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor) of Fox’s “Gotham” was right about, it’s that a war was brewing in the city of Gotham, and it’s declared . . .
John Villarose VI Staff Writer Fans of “The Walking Dead” might recognize the show’s formula for starting off new seasons: the first episode kicks off with a large-scale, action-packed sequence of the gang trying to . . .
Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor Long before Batman became the Dark Knight of Gotham City, another masked vigilante tried to take justice into his own hand, but without Batman’s moral code: The Balloonman. The . . .
John Villarose VI Staff Writer The newest episode of “Once Upon a Time” followed the typical structure: the events of the past in the Enchanted Forest cut back and forth between the events in present-day . . .