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Highscore Headquarters, the video game division of SGTV, will be holding a 24-hour gaming livestream from 7 p.m. today until 7 p.m. tomorrow.
Marvel’s “Luke Cage” debuted on Netflix last weekend, marking the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first movie or show with a black lead character. Focusing on the titular character's attempts to save Harlem from corruption, “Luke Cage” proves the power of even a reluctant hero.
Release Date: July 15
We’ve all been there — it's 10 p.m., you have an assignment due at midnight, but that statistics homework is just not that captivating. Here's where Netflix comes in. While binge-watching "Grey's Anatomy" for the third time is a little bit too consuming, here are four 30 minute shows to mindlessly enjoy when you know you should be doing something else. They are entertaining, easy to follow and the perfect distraction before you finally finish the work you’ve been avoiding.
The intensity of the entertainment industry and the glamour of Hollywood have bred some talented and iconic figures over the years. It's easy to forget that some of our favorite television and film stars used to lead relatively normal lives; some even grew up right here in South Carolina.
As Spring Break approaches, many students seek to venture into the great unknown and explore new cities or national parks. However, many of us want to take advantage of the time where we can lay in bed, void of any responsibilities, and watch television to our hearts' content. If you are looking forward to being a couch potato, check out and obsess over these great new shows.
This past November, Netflix subscribers were graced with the dark and grimy world of “Jessica Jones." Months before that, “Daredevil” demonstrated that the shadow of Ben Affleck’s planned film wasn’t going to hold back what Marvel had planned. With recent news of “Jessica Jones" being renewed for a second season, we should look at what lies ahead for Marvel’s mature Netflix shows.
Infamous bad boy Chuck Bass always knew what he wanted and how to dress to get it.
Beloved show “Gossip Girl” may no longer be blessing us with scandalous storylines, but the enviable style and class given to us by bad boy Chuck Bass lives on. Witty, wealthy and sinfully handsome, Chuck Bass gave us all unrealistic romance standards and one of the TV world’s best male style icons.
Last year was a year of spectacular cinema but came up particularly short in the quality of new television shows. So here’s a list of five highly anticipated new programs that will hopefully make up for last year’s missteps.
There are very few pure college students left, with regard to social media, and those who have managed to resist and abstain for this long probably have a level of mindfulness that’s long been unattainable for the rest of us. But participating in Facebook, Twitter and Instagram doesn’t have to mean being drawn into a vortex of FOMO and despair every time you sit down to write a Daily Gamecock article (or a paper for a class). There are countless websites dedicated to helping you procrastinate while — maybe, sort of — bettering yourself. Here are a few of my favorites.
The Great American Smoke Out is an annual event hosted by American Cancer Society to encourage smokers to make a plan to quit. This event was held on the Russell House Patio featuring the USC cheerleaders and resources for quitting smoking. Faculty and students were required to play a game of jeopardy or have their picture taken in order to receive a free "cold turkey" sandwich.
Carolina Productions presented this year's poetry slam competition Wednesday in which USC students read and recited original works. The event was hosted by spoken word poet, Katie Wirsing. Hear from the first place winner, first-year student Autumn Smith.
On November 17th, Carolina Productions put on an Acoustic Cafe event in Gamecock Park at the University of South Carolina. The event featured musical performances from several USC students. Students sang acoustical versions of today's most popular songs and original songs they wrote themselves.
Five noteworthy musical side projects that deserve more attention and appreciation.
With a saturated television market, it is often hard for writers to think of new and creative shows that aren’t super redundant. Most shows fall into simple categories like comedy or drama because viewers are often looking for storylines that are easy to follow.
Check out this special Halloween episode of Weekend Preview with hosts George Wassel and Grace Dubose, and reporter Carson Mason!
On Tuesday night, Carolina Productions hosted a Murder Mystery Dinner in the Russell House Ballroom at the University South Carolina. The performance was put on by USC's own Off Off Broadway.
Dave Feeley gives you the scoop on the the latest acts performing at Music Farm Columbia in the coming week. Follow Dave on Twitter at @ja_feeley