For those who don’t know, “K-dramas” are the regular television shows broadcast in South Korea that have recently become popular among Westerners.

The 2017 Academy Awards wasn’t a night of many surprises, that is, until the very end. As expected, the “La La Land” wins were plenty and the Trump references were frequent.

A mystery drama series, “The OA” quietly appeared overnight on Dec. 16. The description was all too vague for me to avoid watching the first episode, “To some, she's a miracle. 

Here, I list America’s best sitcoms: the ones that’ll never get old and will possibly help you feel better about your own life and future during these next few stressful weeks.

“Fate/Zero” follows several wizards competing for the Holy Grail, an ancient relic that appears every 400 years in order to grant one person one omnipotent wish.

Based on the 1973 movie of the same name, “Westworld” follows the intertwining lives of three groups of people that are all involved in some capacity with Westworld, a technologically fabricated, Western-themed amusement park.

Think of Miranda Sings on her YouTube channel and it’s exactly what you get — a selfish, untalented, awkward yet confident girl in search of fame, messy red lipstick and all.

Initially, I was rather worried for Stephen Colbert. Sure, he was getting a major promotion when he was called up to end his award-winning “Colbert Report” and replace David Letterman as host of late-night juggernaut “The Late Show.” In all sense of the word, Colbert was getting a huge boost…