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New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

A person sits in a red booth wearing an orange sweater as they raise a mug of beer. Two older people sit around the same round table with beer mugs in their hands, one wearing a navy suit in the middle, and the other wearing a brown suit and beige vest on the right.

Review: We asked and, as always, he listened – ‘Frasier’ is back

Kelsey Grammer triumphantly returns in a revival with a pulse. The show is now streaming on Paramount+.
Joseph Paladino, Contributing Writer December 13, 2023

In 1984, the world was introduced to Dr. Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer), the pompous — yet relatable — Ivy-League-trained psychiatrist and regular of the “Cheers” TV show....

Justine Lupe and Alan Ruck wearing formal attire, holding each other’s hands up in the air.

Recap: ‘Succession’ S4E3: Ding dong, the witch is dead

The rug is pulled out from under us in a shocking, yet inevitable episode.
Colleen Secaur, Contributing Writer April 11, 2023

“Succession” fulfilled a promise it made to viewers in its series premiere with last night’s red herring of an episode, “Connor’s Wedding,” in which Logan Roy (SPOILER...

Three characters, Kendall Roy (Jeremy Strong), Roman Roy (Kieran Culkin) and Jess Jordan (Juliana Canfield) gather together in a living room.

Recap: ‘Succession’ S4E2: Not serious people

The rebel Roys, Connor and their dad come together on the eve of Waystar’s sale and a pivotal wedding.
Colleen Secaur, Contributing Writer April 4, 2023

As someone who admittedly wants to see Kendall, Shiv and Roman come out of “Succession” relatively unscathed, it is absolutely infuriating, if par for the course, to see them...

Left to right: Lilan Bowden, Will Arnett and Marshawn Lynch in a morgue with colorful balloons flying out of one of the cabinets.

Review: ‘Murderville’ is hilarious… sometimes

Netflix’s new improv comedy series starring Will Arnett offers a fun spin on the murder mystery genre. The first season of “Murderville” is available to stream.
Lucy McHugh, Contributing Writer March 2, 2022

The new Netflix comedy series “Murderville” combines unscripted comedy and murder mystery, and it’s as entertaining as it sounds.  Will Arnett leads the show as senior...

(From back then clockwise) Matthew O’Connor, Vanneeda Keowmang, Jacob Linen, Vivian Gisle and Heather Vaxer.

Advanced TV Pilot ‘Mary and the Mob’ Blazes Trail for Sustainable Set

Showrunner and Tisch alumna Vivian Gisle and sustainability officer Bradley Sachs talk set sustainability and hopes for future Tisch and industry standards.
Fareid El Gafy, Film & TV Editor December 5, 2019

Every year at the Tisch School of the Arts, students and professors make more than 5,000 films. In the process, they discard food waste, single-use plastics, water bottles, expendables...

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‘El Camino’ a Poignant and Satisfying Conclusion

With its minimalist dialogue, creative camerawork and thoughtful storytelling, “El Camino” is a fitting epilogue to the legendary series “Breaking Bad.”
Nicholas Pabon, Contributing Writer October 18, 2019

“El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” is a rare pleasure. It is a sequel film that relies not on nostalgia or name-recognition but instead on carefully considered, well-executed...

We Need More Feminine Females in Television

We Need More Feminine Females in Television

Carine Zambrano, Deputy Opinion Editor December 4, 2017
“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” emphasizes how feminist narratives led by feminine women are still underrated, just because they are centered on women
Husband and wife duo Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfeld, creators of the new HBO show, “High Maintenance” visited NYU on September 28 for a screening of the second and third episodes, as well as a Q&A with the audience.

‘High Maintenance’ Raises the Bar

Anubhuti Kumar, Staff Writer October 3, 2016
The debut season of "High Maintenance" creates its story around a central protagonist (The Guy), giving lenses into the diverse lives of New Yorkers whose one common thread is their weed dealer.
In an interview with WSN John C. McGinle, revisits his pre-fame, college days at NYU’s Tisch Acting program.

Alum Q&A: John McGinley looks at life before and after ‘Scrubs’

Aicha Fall, Contributing Writer October 26, 2015
The October Alumni Feature sits down with John C. McGinley, NYU Tisch alumnus of '84.
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Tisch student-produced web series ‘Dorm Therapy’ portrays resident hall living

March 24, 2013
"Dorm Therapy" provides a hilarious yet true to life look at college dorm living and is set to premiere March 28.