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Luke Newton and Nicola Coughlan pose for photographers upon arrival at the season three launch of the television series “Bridgerton” on Wednesday, Feb. 14, in London.

Opinion | Is ‘Bridgerton’ Season Three worth the wait?

By Livia LaMarca, Assistant Opinions Editor February 15, 2024
On Valentine’s Day morning, I rolled out of bed and hopped onto the livestream to get a first look at “Bridgerton” Season Three. I may have gotten only a two-minute look, that has since been shared to the vast world of social media, but let me tell you — I am so unbelievably excited.
“The Fall of the House of Usher” poster.

‘The Fall of the House of Usher’ is as satisfying as it is brutal

By Ryleigh Lord, Contributing Editor October 26, 2023

Mike Flanagan just dropped his goriest, most terrifying television show to date, and it’s the perfect show to binge in the spirit of all things spooky.  Flanagan’s “The Fall of the House of Usher”...

Striking Hotel workers from Unite Here Local 11 join the picketing actors of SAG-AFTRA, and writers of the WGA, outside Netflix studios, July 21, 2023, in Los Angeles.

Editorial | The WGA strike is over, but who’s still fighting?

By The Pitt News Editorial Board October 1, 2023
The WGA did an outstanding job forcing the hand of production studios, but while the writers of America bask in the glory of their new agreement, we cannot forget about the writers beyond our borders.
Jaren Lewison, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan and Darren Barnet, from left, cast members in Never Have I Ever, pose together at the Season Four premiere of the Netflix series Thursday, June 1, 2023, at Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles.

‘Not a perfect protagonist’: ‘Never Have I Ever’ season four review

By Carissa Canzona, Staff Writer June 13, 2023
Staff writer Carissa Canzona reviews Season Four of Netflix’s “Never Have I Ever” and talks about why having an imperfect protagonist makes the show better and more realistic.
Weekend Watchlist | What to watch on Netflix

Weekend Watchlist | What to watch on Netflix

By The Pitt News Staff January 26, 2023
Ah, Netflix. The first major streaming platform. Even with all the changes being made in the landscape of online streaming, it still has a pretty impressive library of shows and movies under its belt. Here’s some things you can pull up and watch on Netflix this weekend.
A poster for “Pale Blue Eye” released on Netflix on Jan. 6.

Review | The Pale Blue Eye — a mystery solved too easily

By Gabriella Garvin, Staff Writer January 18, 2023
“The Pale Blue Eye” is an action-packed gothic thriller streaming on Netflix, with a plot that viewers will find lacks consistency and depth.
Streaming services have a prejudice against WLW content

Streaming services have a prejudice against WLW content

By Diana Velasquez, Senior Staff Writer January 8, 2023
In this edition of Fandom-esque, Diana Velasquez talks about the poor treatment of shows with sapphic leads.
Opinion | It’s not just the victims who are hurt — a dive into ‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’

Opinion | It’s not just the victims who are hurt — a dive into ‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’

By Lynnette Tibbott, Staff Columnist October 28, 2022
Although Netflix is protected by free speech, there is the question of whether Netflix has a moral obligation to financially aid the victim’s families of the true crime shows it puts out.
Review | ‘Bridgerton’ season two is the object of all our desires

Review | ‘Bridgerton’ season two is the object of all our desires

By Shreya Singh, Staff Writer March 31, 2022
Staff Writer, Shreya Singh, argues that the second season of Bridgerton went beyond the hype of the first season and brought much-needed positive South Asian representation to the romance genre.
As of Sunday, “Squid Game” ranks #3 on Netflix’s Top 10 in the US Today list.

A comprehensive summary of Netflix’s current ‘Top 10’

By Diana Velasquez, Culture Editor October 31, 2021
Have you been caught in the “Squid Game” craze? Or maybe you’re feeling the “love” from Netflix’s “You.” Netflix’s current “Top 10 in the US” has a lot to offer right now.
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