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13/07/2020 The Communication Science magazine

Tag: netflix


Netflix’s “Queer Eye” Season 5 Review: Spreading Human Connection in Lonely Times

30/06/2020

30/06/2020

Quynh reviews the latest season of the Netflix Original 'Queer Eye'. This season continues the sociopolitical crusade of the Fab 5 in Philidelphia.

Lucifer: Bringer of Divine Epiphanies

21/05/2020

21/05/2020

Andrada dives into the infernal territory as she discusses the meaning behind the show Lucifer.

Unorthodox Review

26/04/2020

26/04/2020

Unorthodox is a new series produced by Netflix. Medium's Margarete tells you what she thinks of the series from her perspective as a Christian.

Tiger King and The Power of the Media Jungle: A Decode

24/04/2020

24/04/2020

A fan of Tiger King? Stephanie looks into the success of the hit Netflix docuseries which became unexpectedly popular during the COVID-19 self-isolation.

The Internet’s Obsession with True Crime

11/04/2020

11/04/2020

Netflix' true crime documentary Tiger King is the talk of the town at the moment, but why? Karina discusses the internet's obsession with true crime.

How COVID-19 Will Determine the Winner of the Long-Coming Streaming Battle

10/04/2020

10/04/2020

The ongoing global pandemic significantly affects the media landscape dynamics, forcing streaming platforms to revise their long-term business strategies. Cecilia discusses the changes that might occur in the media with the current circumstances.

Love is Blind: liefde als experiment?

06/03/2020

06/03/2020

Kan je verliefd worden op iemand zonder hem of haar ooit in het echt gezien te hebben? Netflix’ nieuwe reality show Love is Blind heeft het antwoord.

A Requiem to BoJack Horseman

26/02/2020

26/02/2020

Spanning six seasons, Netflix’s first original animated series BoJack Horseman finally came to an end last January. First dismissed as yet another adult animated show much like The Simpsons and Bob’s Burgers, BoJack Horseman grew to be revered as a brilliantly dark, thoughtful show that doesn’t pull any punches when discussing social issues. Karina discusses the show's brilliance.

‘Taylor Swift: Miss Americana’: How The Pop Supernova Found Her Voice

07/02/2020

07/02/2020

Emma analyses 'Miss Americana,' the documentary about Taylor Swift. In this, Swift narrates her life as a pop star and a woman in her 20's.

Why Friends was really, really problematic

26/11/2019

26/11/2019

The famous 90s sitcom Friends did not age well. Author Emma takes us on a journey through blatant homophobia, transphobia and a parade of toxic masculinity.


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