Danielle Hewitt

The Underrated Joy of Scrubs

The Underrated Joy of Scrubs

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03/31/2015

Scrubs is one of the best shows on Netflix. The show follows John Dorian (J.D.), played by Zach Braff, as he goes through Sacred Heart Teaching Hospital as an intern, resident and attending doctor. A cast of characters, including a very questionable janitor, and goofy background characters, like Snoop Dogg intern and Dr. Beardface (it’s…

The Rise of the Web Series

The Rise of the Web Series

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03/04/2015

Some of the best content on YouTube comes from scripted web series. The more free-from approach to web content allows creators to experiment, take risks and develop their skills. Web series are quickly becoming an incubator for talent and a launch into more traditional media. Series creators are now starting to take their first steps…

TV Review: Friends Watching  Friends

TV Review: Friends Watching  Friends

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02/17/2015

While at first poorly received by NBC, the portrayal of six young friends trying to make it in the big city managed to climb to the top of the ratings throughout the 90s and early 2000s. Even after twenty years, reruns of Friends play on numerous channels in the US and have gained international recognition….

<i>Girls</i> Is A Surprising Delight

Girls Is A Surprising Delight

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02/14/2015

To be completely honest, Girls was one of those shows I “hate-watched” at the beginning. Now that I’ve watched the four oblivious twenty-somethings blunder through life for three seasons, Girls has become one of my favorite shows. In  the fourth season, the game has changed for the quirky main characters. Season four’s tagline is “Nowhere…

Paddington  Is A Nostalgic Delight

Paddington  Is A Nostalgic Delight

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01/16/2015

Paddington, based off of the beloved children’s book “A Bear Called Paddington” by Michael Bond, follows a small bear as he travels from his home in Darkest, Peru to find a home and a family in London. When the Brown family finds him at Paddington Station, they decide to take him home and hijinks ensue….

Youtube’s Cultural Shift

Youtube’s Cultural Shift

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10/30/2014

Seven or eight years ago, most people only visited YouTube to watch the latest viral video and, as a vlogger, bringing in one thousand subscribers was a miracle. You could set up a camera in your bedroom and, if you had new and interesting content, you could create a fanbase. But nowadays, successful YouTubers have…

Twenty One Pilots Takes 9:30

Twenty One Pilots Takes 9:30

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09/29/2014

In the middle of their set, lead singer of Twenty One Pilots Tyler Joseph said, “When you have the microphone you can do whatever you want,” and that’s exactly what the duo from Columbus, Ohio did on their second night at the 9:30 Club. Playing every song off of their latest album, Vessel, as well…

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