If you’re out of luck in the plans department for part of the summer, have no fear! Valley has the perfect Netflix series for you to binge watch.
So, Penn State, what did you think of Movin On 2017? Tweet @ValleyMag and let us know!
The upcoming movie “3 Generations” has yet to hit theaters, but it’s already capturing the attention of the public.
Valley has a guide to the events of the last two weeks that answers the “what?” and “why?” questions we all need to know to stay informed about recent foreign affairs.
The long awaited Spring Fest was executed flawlessly, full of crazy good music and crazy good vibes that started as concert-goers filed onto the lawn, and ended long after every performance was over. Valley was lucky enough to get a front row seat to it all.
Whenever a TV show or a movie ends, it’s pretty typical to go into what is called “post finale depression.” So, when fans hear that a possible reunion or revival of their favorite characters may be in the works — it is obvious that they get excited.
Have you ever heard of the band Years & Years? No? Don’t worry, you’re not the only person who hasn’t. Despite the fact that their…
Here is Valley’s definitive list of 7 times Frankie Bergstein was #Goals.
HBO’s limited series “Big Little Lies” is the latest show everyone can’t stop talking about and with its A-list cast and Jean-Marc Vallée in the director’s chair, it’s not hard to see why. The show offers us not one but four leading ladies, all of which are most frequently found on the big screen.
On April 8, students and community members packed the Bryce Jordan Center to see comedian and Grammy nominee Jim Gaffigan.
Meet Valley’s Spring 2017 Entertainment Section Opener!
Though it may feel sad and disheartening when your favorite TV show ends, it doesn’t have to stay that way. We should feel lucky that we were touched so deeply by a series and hopeful knowing that it isn’t the last time in our lives it will happen!
Both Kendall Jenner and Pepsi have received heavy criticism after the brand’s “Live For Now Moments Anthem” commercial was released this past Tuesday.
If anyone other than Harry Styles released a dark, confusing video with nothing but piano and the text “April 7,” it would be considered terrible marketing. But when you’re the former front man of One Direction, rules don’t apply to you.
The first episode of “13 Reasons Why,” the new Netflix show produced by the popular Selena Gomez, shows the dark side of high school life. And after seeing the first episode, Valley is excited to watch the rest of the series ASAP.
Senior film major and theatre minor Tracy Knittel is one in a million – or one in 46,000 undergrad. Valley got the chance to talk with the accomplished, young filmmaker.
So, if you are looking for a new movie to see this weekend, or if you just want to relive a little bit of your childhood, check out Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast’. You won’t regret it.
YouTube came under fire over the last week when channel creators noticed that many of their videos were being hidden, despite not violating any of the company’s rules. But what actually happened?
Regardless of whether or not you like the show, it has undoubtedly made an impact on the ways in which women are portrayed on television. It’s messy, ugly, and incredibly frustrating, but in the best way possible.
You probably can’t even recognize the shows Disney plays now. Valley decided to look back on the channel that produced the shows we all grew up with and what exactly the network is doing today.