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Students find acting opportunities as TV extras

Courtney Stinson

April 12, 2012

Movies, commercials and TV shows rely on the help of extras to make settings appear real. For some University of Alabama students, acting as extras in television, commercials and film has not only helped them learn how the pr...

FOX’s ‘New Girl’ is a pleasant surprise

Billy Whyte

April 5, 2012

All right, I give up. I surrender. I tried, but after months of fighting it, I realized I can’t keep pretending anymore. I love “New Girl.” I really did try to dislike the show, too. When I first heard of “New Girl,” ...

‘Community’ coming back, everyone should watch

Billy Whyte

February 27, 2012

Yes! Finally! Halleluiah! These are all things I may have yelled in my economics class when I found out that the fantastic meta-comedy “Community” was finally being put back on air. After the remaining episodes of season...

‘Arrested Development’ finally returning

Ashley Chaffin

February 16, 2012

“Arrested Development” fans celebrated the official announcement of the show’s continuation from writer Dean Lorey and star Jason Bateman in December 2011. For those of you who haven’t seen it, “Arrested Development” is...

‘Glee,’ and why I don’t like it

Gabriel Dickson

February 2, 2012

About a year ago, a random blog post of mine got about 75 notes, which is uncommon for just about anything I’ve ever posted. When I looked at the notes, it was the same two usernames going back and forth having a conversation. Event...

‘Sons of Anarchy’ has audiences hooked

Ashley Chaffin

January 26, 2012

Recently wrapping up its fourth season on FX, “Sons of Anarchy” follows an outlaw motorcycle club as they push guns up and down the California coast. Although Sons is not currently airing on television, the first three se...

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