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‘Kids — Here We Go Again:’ A Look at Hulu’s ‘How I Met Your Father’ From Both the Refreshed and Nostalgic Perspectives

“How I Met Your Father” — a reboot of the CBS hit show “How I Met Your Mother” — aired on Hulu’s streaming platform...

‘Single’s Inferno:’ Everyone’s New Favorite Dating Show

Joining Netflix’s plethora of guilty pleasure television, “Single’s Inferno” was released onto the streaming platform on Dec. 18. Marking the first time that a...

‘Don’t Look Up’: A Comedic Call to Action

Currently ranked seventh on Netflix’s Top Ten in the U.S. Today and 27th Annual Critics Choice nominee, “Don’t Look Up” uses satire, hilariously frightening...

In Defense of ‘The 355’: Did You Really Not Like It, or Are You Just Misogynistic?

“The 355,” yet another action-spy-thriller, was released on Jan. 7, featuring a group of stellar, world-class actresses including Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong’o, Penélope Cruz,...

‘Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl’ Give Originals a Needed Makeover

In honor of the franchise’s 25th anniversary, Nintendo and the Pokémon Co. have released “Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl,” remakes of the original...

Girls on Top, K-pop’s Newest Girl Group Collaboration

Who doesn’t love a pop music collaboration? By combining several popular artists together, fans can see their favorite figures interacting in unique ways. However,...

Looking Back on Pop Music of 2021

Many pop singers and groups released new music in 2021. Through their music, they were able to show off their creativity, conquer the charts...

15 Years of Wii

Nintendo released the Wii, a game console focused on motion control, ​​on Nov. 15, 2006. After the failure of the GameCube, which didn’t overtake...

Taking Inventory Before 2022: New U’s Picks for Fall 2021

Whether the fall sounds like 808s or sorrowful ballads, artists are making their final bids for Album of the Year — before we collectively...

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