Viewers must remember that they are being fed something that is coming from the minds of writers and directors, not doctors and specialists.
Netflix is more than just for fun: It can be a learning tool, too.
With all the free time you’ve got this winter break, you can marathon a new show and watch some classic movies.
“Black” is back so bring the party to Litchfield Penitentiary by catching up on Season 3 with this drinking game.
Play our “House of Cards” drinking game as you binge watch – just be careful not to spiral downward the same way our dearly departed Peter Russo did.
Take advantage of your free time with the best of Netflix’s latest, from Britney Spears’ 2002 cinematic debut to 236 hours of “Friends.”
“Gilmore Girls” premieres Wednesday on Netflix. Here’s what to expect from the fast-talking mother-daughter duo and their wacky friends.
Here’s how to navigate the transition smoothly and feel more productive in the process.
The single life is never more pungent than on Valentine’s Day, but I can bet that I wasn’t the only one on campus celebrating alone. That could be because, according to a new research from Facebook, D.C. is the second-worst city in the entire country for dating.
“If you blink you might miss me,” Acting and Movement adjunct professor Matthew Wilson said of his cameo in “House of Cards”’ third episode of the highly awaited second season.