By Alejandro Cardenas |Staff Writer| “Better Call Saul” is a dark and zany spin-off that has potential to spring out from the massive shadow cast by its predecessor, “Breaking Bad”. The 6.9 million viewers that tuned in to watch Saul’s launch made it the best series premiere in cable television history within the 18-49 year old adult demographic. “At first, I was iffy about yet another television spin-off, but after the first two episodes of “Better Call Saul,” I’ve been hooked”, said CSUSB Junior Dyanna Chavez. With the creator of this show, Vince Gilligan, having created the behemoth that was “Breaking Bad,” pressure has been put on him to bring the viewers a show that is … [Read more...] about Have a problem? Better Call Saul
By Ezequiel Ramos |Staff Writer| Sunday funday just got a whole lot better with AMC’s hit series, “The Walking Dead” returning to everyone’s screen Oct. 12 at 6 p.m. Season 4 left everyone guessing and stressing about how the group would bounce back after being captured. This season has everyone on the edge of their seat. “The Walking Dead” Season 5 shattered records and is now the most watched televised show on cable, with a record breaking 17.3 million views, according to deadline.com. In the first season, Rick finds himself in the midst of a zombie apocalypse without any knowledge about what is going on. He strives to find food, shelter and his family, while facing … [Read more...] about The Walking Dead season 5, will have you at the edge of your seat
By Mary Grace Moreno |Staff Writer| AMC's Breaking Bad took its final bow after five seasons on Sunday, Sept. 29. Breaking Bad was created by Vince Gilligan and stars Bryan Cranston as the protagonist Walter White, taking place in Albuquerque, New Mexico and follows Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher turned meth lord. Five CSUSB students lament on the lose of their favorite show. CSUSB President of the Society for Student Filmmakers Adam Ghossein said he would miss, " the incredible storytelling and the chemistry, the writers were always able to keep the audience on the edge of their seats." "As a former science major, I still have a lot of knowledge about … [Read more...] about All bad things come to an end
By Yeana Kim |Staff writer| A large variety of TV shows are coming up in 2013. This week at CSUSB students are anticipating the airing of some of their favorite shows. "I am willing to watch "Modern Family" and "Breaking Bad." I like "Modern Family" because it is funny and it is humorous," said graduate student Sara Chin. Chin also mentions that the show looks at what we now consider modern, like a Southern California family living in Los Angeles and it looks at generational differences, sexual orientation differences and the idea of growing up, which makes the show serious, yet funny and approachable. "I am looking forward to watch 'Once Upon a Time.' This TV program shows us … [Read more...] about COYOTE WATCH: What do you have to say?