What will you be watching in 2016? Here are some new TV shows to spice up your routine.
Over the past few years, Panic has had trouble reviving their initial success, but this album definitely puts the band back on top.
“The Night Before” is the latest stoner-comedy from notorious funny guy Seth Rogen. Along with an all star cast, Rogen navigates a path he has yet to truly master-poignant storytelling.
Since the release of “Hello," a love ballad worthy of praise, fans have been anxiously awaiting the release of Adele’s latest album.
By appealing to tweens across the world with their insanely catchy pop tunes, One Direction has built their massive empire.
Tim McGraw has made a name for himself as one of the most successful country music artists in the industry.
Following in the footsteps of boy band One Direction, 5 Seconds of Summer have taken this nation by storm with their boyish charm and insane vocals.
Halloween is just around the corner, and this year’s October 31st is sure to be filled with some pretty unique costumes.
"American Horror Story" has made a name for itself by exploring the depths of human morbidity in the sleekest (and sexiest) ways imaginable.
Expectations were high for newcomer Fetty Wap after his breakout hits, but his self-titled debut only proves that he was better off gloating during his 15 minutes of fame.
Columbia boasts many beautiful visitor's attractions, but Finlay Park takes the cake.
Mac Miller is back and better than ever with his first studio album in two years. With 17 songs and more than an hour of raw material, "GO:OD AM" is exactly what you would expect from the notorious bad boy — a collection of diverse tracks that seamlessly blend together.
The Wonder Years have quickly climbed the rungs of the pop-punk scene.
M. Night Shyamalan is notorious for shocking twists, and “The Visit” is no exception. The story line revolves around two siblings sent to visit their grandparents for the first time at their farm.
Travi$ Scott’s highly anticipated sequel to his mixtape, “Days Before Rodeo”
Released seven years after the last installment of the film franchise, “The Transporter Refueled” attempts to maintain the visual brilliance and plot depth that fans have grown to know and love.
This fall brings about the return of many beloved television shows. Here is a short run-down of 15 of your favorites starting back up over the next few months. Empire (September 23rd, FOX)- A father who runs a successful record label has been diagnosed with a deadly disease that leaves him to choose which of his three sons will take over the family business.
Jordin Sparks has dominated as the notorious “girl next door” since she became the youngest winner of American Idol in 2007.
From 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Latin music could be heard proudly from the far corners of Main Street.
The horror films of today’s era have been overwhelmingly disappointing, and it’s been a long time coming since a truly creepy horror-thriller has made its way to the big screen.