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DC Comics builds small-screen superhero empire
Culture, Featured, Television

DC Comics builds small-screen superhero empire

The modern-day Robin Hood returns, and he’s on the hunt for more people who have failed his city. DC Comics superhero Green Arrow made his television debut in 2012 in The  CW’s “Arrow” as billionaire partier Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) returning home after five years on a mysterious island, resolved to rid his city of…

Mini-series reveals big secrets in small town
Culture, Television

Mini-series reveals big secrets in small town

Fox’s “Gracepoint” will premiere at 9 p.m. Thursday as another serious crime drama and murder mystery show. The 10-episode mini-series focuses on the small northern California town of Gracepoint after 12-year-old Danny Solano is found dead on the beach. The show’s tagline is “small town secrets are never small.” It is furthered early in the…

‘Scandal’ season to prove more scandalous
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‘Scandal’ season to prove more scandalous

The fall season brings more than just new classes. New episodes of “Scandal“ are finally coming back, and they promise to be yet more scandalous, even if they are moved to an earlier time. “Scandal” follows the work of a political “fixer” named Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington), who runs Olivia Pope & Associates, D.C.’s best in…

TV series bands unlikely friends together
Culture, Television

TV series bands unlikely friends together

At first glance, FOX’s new TV series, “Red Band Society” might look like a predictable story of teenagers making the most of their lives despite tough circumstances and life-threatening illnesses. The dramedy, however, sets itself apart by digging deeper, with an honest approach to the illnesses and relationships each character faces, and a diverse cast…

TMH’s Top Telecasts for Fall 2014
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TMH’s Top Telecasts for Fall 2014

With fall right around the corner comes a flurry of promising new TV shows. The Miami Hurricane knows you’re very busy, so we’ve watched all the trailers and conducted research so you don’t have to waste time on shows that will inevitably be canceled. “How to Get Away with Murder” Premieres 10 p.m. Sept. 25…

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TMH makes predictions for Oscars

The Oscar season is overwhelming for even the biggest film buffs to keep up with, let alone the casual viewer. For all the college students too cash-strapped and busy to make it to the movies, The Miami Hurricane has a guide to this year’s big races:   Best Picture “American Hustle” “Captain Phillips” “Dallas Buyers…

Social media fosters community among fans
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Social media fosters community among fans

Buried beneath the fashion posts and inspiring quotes on the blogging website Tumblr is a group of people obsessed with “Harry Potter,” “Sherlock,” One Direction and anime. Sites like Tumblr and Twitter enable fans to bond over their passions and create communities that revolve around their interests, forming what are better known as fandoms. A…

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