An All That reunion on Wild ’N Out

Naomi Ludlow | Arts & Entertainment Editor Comedy stars from Nickelodeon’s All That will be reuniting on the new season of Wild ’N Out after 13 years of being off the air. In recent posts on Instagram, cast members Kel Mitchell, Kenan Thompson, Lori Beth Denberg and Josh Server were posed together on the set of Wild ’N Out. All members were wearing black Wild ’N Out sweatshirts, meaning they will be on the same team. The reunion will come with nostalgia for all the ’90s kids who watched All That. According to Complex Magazine, the cast reunited briefly to … Continue reading An All That reunion on Wild ’N Out

Tiffany Haddish takes on SNL

Naomi Ludlow | Arts & Entertainment Editor Tiffany Haddish is the first African-American comedienne to host the show Saturday Night Live in its 42 seasons. Haddish got personal in her opening monologue. She discussed her experience in foster care and how that steered her onto the path of comedy. With the help of her counselor, Haddish discovered that her talent could save her from her troubled ways. Early on, Haddish received advice from some of the greatest comedians, specifically Richard Pryor. She told The Los Angeles Times that Pryor encouraged her to have more fun on stage. “I took that … Continue reading Tiffany Haddish takes on SNL

Roseanne is making a rosy return

Naomi Ludlow | Arts & Entertainment Editor The 1990s hit sitcom “Roseanne” is back with an even bigger bang. Actress Sara Gilbert, who played Darlene, proposed the idea to the cast members back in March. Hesitant that the stars wouldn’t be up for it, Gilbert held back on her plans. Once actor John Goodman, who played Dan Conner, had an appearance on The Talk and discussed the show, Gilbert knew the sitcom could have a chance at being a hit once again. When she spoke to Goodman, she was reassured that the show would be highly anticipated. Gilbert will be … Continue reading Roseanne is making a rosy return

A trip into the life of Jhene Aiko

Naomi Ludlow | Arts & Entertainment Editor Jhene Aiko has released a 22-track LP entitled Trip. The songs on this album discuss Aiko grieving the loss of her brother, Miyagi. She experiences a rollercoaster of emotions and turns to drugs to cope with the pain.  In the album, she opens up with her fans about her experimentations and some addictions to LSD, marijuana, cocaine, Adderall, and mushrooms. Despite her mention of drug use, she brings reality to the situation by explaining the many ways in which people attempt to deal with a loss, such as replacement and even suicide. Aiko … Continue reading A trip into the life of Jhene Aiko

TV fans thirsty for drama turn to ABC on Thursdays

Naomi Ludlow | Arts & Entertainment Editor TV producer Shonda Rhimes, who last week became the third black woman named to the Television Hall of Fame, is back at it again with her most anticipated “Thank God It’s Thursday” lineup yet. The “T.G.I.T.” hit shows include “Grey’s Anatomy” (in its 14th season), “Scandal” (seventh and final season) and “How to Get Away with Murder” (fourth season). The new seasons premiered Sept. 29, so if you missed them, you still have a chance to catch up. Channing Dungey, the entertainment president at ABC, explained to reporters at The Hollywood Reporter why … Continue reading TV fans thirsty for drama turn to ABC on Thursdays

Happy Death Day Review

Naomi Ludlow | Arts & Entertainment Editor Happy Death Day is the 2017 horror rendition of the 1993 movie Groundhog Day with a bit of a twist. The new film, which was watched by 200 Hampton University Students during a private screening at the Virginia Air and Space Center this past week, takes reliving the same day over again to another level. College student Tree Gelbman, played by Jessica Rothe, awakes to an unordinary birthday celebration. Someone wants to mark this as her last day on Earth. Tree is obligated to find her killer before they find her. With a list of … Continue reading Happy Death Day Review