Crimson staff writer
Julia R. Kennish
What the Hell Happened: ‘MILF Manor’ is a Show That Should Not Exist
TLC’s latest show — “MILF Manor” — proves that reality television has finally gone too far.
‘The Thing About Pam’ Is Not Your Typical Murder Mystery
“The Thing About Pam” appears to capitalize on a current uptick in true crime mass media. But while the show is full of intrigue, the visual aspects of its production falter.
‘Joe vs. Carole’ Review: Too Little Too Late
“Tiger King” benefited heavily from a miracle of timing — but given “Joe vs. Carole”’s two-year production timeline, it was unrealistic to expect the audience would stick around.
Hasty Pudding Honors Jason Bateman as Man of the Year
On the night of Feb. 3, the Hasty Pudding honored Emmy Award-winning actor, director, and producer Jason Bateman as the 2022 Man of the Year.
‘Ordinary Joe’ Is a Little Too Ordinary
“Ordinary Joe” is made for those at a point in their lives when they are already asking “what if,” but it offers nothing more than a shallow perspective on choice.
‘Crime Scene’ Review: Netflix Series Attempts to Turn a Tragedy into a Ghost Story
The series leverages the internet fame of the case to turn Lam’s tragic death into a ghost story.
What the Hell Happened: TikTok Sparks Rumors of Jeffree Star and Kanye West Affair
After years, it appears that the legendary marriage between Kim Kardashian and Kanye West might be coming to a close. Rumors soon started flying that Jeffree Star was involved.
How Social Media Drives and Destroys ‘The Bachelorette’
Unfortunately, social media is also responsible for ruining this season entirely. All the dramatics surrounding it have been spoiled beyond repair, and when you remove unexpected drama from a reality show, you don’t have much left.
What the Hell Happened: Fans Call for Ezra Miller to be Fired over ‘Choking’ Scandal
Ezra Miller is a name perhaps most synonymous with cult-classic movie roles and jaw-dropping red carpet fashion appearances — but for the past week their name has circulated on social media for a less than stellar reason.
Unpopular Opinion: All Rom-Com Sequels are Bad
Let the stories end where they end, and let the audience imagine the perfect future that awaits our protagonists.