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Not enough room for all holiday specials to air

December 11, 2012

By Will Thomas Staff Writer Since the beginning of the film industry, the holidays have been overrun with movies and television specials. Many of which have warmed our hearts and will stay there. But as each holiday season passes by, a new wave of specials air on every network. The beloved Rudolph the...

Pretty Little Liars sweeping CHS

January 31, 2011

Ashley Attanucci Web Manager "PLL, PLL! PLL's on tonight!" If you follow the show, there's no doubt that you know what those three innocent letters stand for. It calls for watching parties, not soley for the season premier and finale but for each episode for which Coppell High students flock together...

Lost approaches its end

May 14, 2010

By Allie Perison Editor in Chief With only two episodes remaining in the series, Lost is finally approaching its end. I think we all thought we would have more answers by now, but things are starting to come together. On the last episode, we were given the back story on Jacob and the man who inhabits...

ABC’s new show Happy Town

May 14, 2010

by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer Murder, mystery, dramatic music -all the ingredients for a perfect scary TV show that have me hooked on ABC's new show Happy Town. Ironic to the title, the quaint town of Haplin is creepy, its people are creepy and the series of events are creepy and pretty much...

Documentary offers new look at Johnny Weir

April 20, 2010

By Allie Perison Editor in Chief I recenetly was flipping through the channels looking for something good to watch when Be Good Johnny Weir caught my eye. For those of you who have been living under a rock, Johnny Weir the colorful mens figure skater known for his out spoken interviews and odd...

The final season progresses

April 14, 2010

By Allie Perison Editor in Chief As the last episodes of Lost come to a closing, it seems that everything is leading back to relationships. Throughout the entire series, it is the character development and relationships that have kept most of us watching. To me, it seems like Desmond is now playing a so...

“Glee” second season airs tomorrow

April 12, 2010

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer It’s finally arrived.  The second season of “Glee” premieres tomorrow. After the dramatic Season 1 finale, “Glee” fans are more excited than ever to experience Mr. Schuester, Sue Sylvester, Emma, Rachel, Finn, Kurt, Mercedes, Puck, Arnie and the rest of ...

Idol doesn’t live up to previous seasons

February 25, 2010

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer It’s one of the biggest reality shows on TV…and one of the longest running ones.  American Idol has been in production since Season 1 in 2002, and has grown in popularity. However, this year’s contestants don’t seem quite up-to-par with previous competit...

Lost presents new mysteries

February 10, 2010

Allie Perison Editor in Chief Last night’s episode of Lost made one thing clear to me: regardless of which story line is reality, the passengers of flight 815 will be tied to each other in some way or another. It should come as no surprised that last night’s episode “What Kate Does” ...

Pants on the Ground

January 22, 2010

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer As anyone who has been following “American Idol” Season 9 knows, a new revolution in music has taken place. Sixty-three year old war veteran Larry Platt thrilled viewers with his self-written audition song “Pants on the Ground,” complete with a rhythmic beat and unique dance moves. Though he was not sent through...

New upgrades for “Chuck”

January 15, 2010

Rebecca Neumann Staff Writer After being on hiatus since April, NBC’s hit television show “Chuck” has returned with some new upgrades. “Chuck” centers around Chuck Bartowski, played by Zachary Levi, a computer expert for the fictional Buy More technology store (sound familiar?). Two years ...

Introduction into Buffy

December 4, 2009

As a rule, I'm interested in anything Josh Whedon related, Firefly, Dr. Horrible's Sing A-Long Blog, even Dollhouse. However, for the longest time I avoided Buffy: The Vampire Slayer which was his first TV series. For a multitude of reasons, but mainly because it just seemed like another cheesy fantas...