SNL star Melissa Villaseñor hasn’t let fame get to her head

The event offered a welcome break from studying, constituting an escape into the world of comedy for an hour.

Liv on the Edge: Bob Ross and the bittersweet reality of mistakes

I like to think that Bob Ross had it right when he said, “There are no mistakes. Only happy accidents.”

‘Kim Possible’ is a perfect comedy for college students

The characters are top-notch, the animation is butter, and the fight scenes are imaginatively and meticulously thought out. 

CT Recommends: ‘Over the Garden Wall’

This is a show that is meant to be rewatched at least a couple times, and you’re probably not going to understand every reference or foreshadowing clue that appears on the first watch.

“The Haunting of Bly Manor” revels in the horror of a love story

In my opinion, the kind of horror in “The Haunting of Bly Manor” may be the best of them all — the existential horror of humanity. 

Even after 8 seasons, ‘The Blacklist’ hasn’t told us anything

Every answer in this show comes with a bucket full of questions. Its seven seasons are going on eight and I still feel like I haven’t learned anything.

‘The Mandalorian’ is more of a western than you think

Don’t assume it doesn’t have depth or creativity just because it’s Star Wars.

Life, love, and the power of She-Ra

I love She-Ra because it’s so clearly a fully thought out labor of love, and not an attempt to attract a certain demographic.

Cop shows suck. Except ‘The Wire’.

The cops aren't always clearly the good guys and the criminals aren't always clearly the bad guys.

Farewell, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D!

“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” has mastered the sci-fi/superhero genre over the course of seven seasons, pulling off what other superhero romps haven’t truly been able to accomplish.