On My Block improves upon its debut storyline

Photo courtesy of Brian Cantoni, Wikipedia After Netflix canceled the fan-favorite Cuban-American show “One Day at a Time,” one of the steaming platform’s remaining Latino shows, “On My Block,” quietly premiered its second season late this March. With little to no promotion, the new season was hardly noticed, causing fans […]

The Village depicts real-life struggles of Brooklynites

Photo courtesy of Jcchoi, Wikipedia NBC premiered their new scripted drama, “The Village” a few weeks ago on March 19. The series is a mix of “This Is Us” and “A Million Little Things” as it centers on an apartment building in Brooklyn, depicting real life struggles of the tenants. […]

Plastic bags should be banned across the U.S.

Photo courtesy of Daniel Stockman, Flickr As a nation of 327.2 million people and counting, we should follow New York’s example of discontinuing the use of plastic bags. Nearly two weeks ago, it was determined that New York would become the second state to ban plastic bags, second to California […]

One Day at a Time tackles timely issues in new season

Photo courtesy of WP:NFCC#4, Wikipedia Fans of Netflix’s sitcom “One Day At A Time” have been raving that the new season is the best one yet. Season 3 debuted earlier this month on Feb. 8, leaving viewers already demanding season 4. The reboot of the 1975 sitcom centers on a […]

Netflix’s ‘You’ invites social media discussion of characters

Photo courtesy of Lifetime, Wikipedia Netflix’s “You” was this past fall’s blockbuster series. Centered on the character Joe Goldberg’s (Penn Badgley) obsession on Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail), “You” had it all – it was thrilling, suspenseful and eerie. The most off-putting aspect of “You” is not Joe stalking Beck, but […]