Cody Ko and Noel Miller are bringing their humor to State College this fall. Their Tiny Meat Tour will be set up in the State Theatre for a night of laughs, meet and greets and screaming fans.
Next time school or work gets you down, try flipping through some of these Netflix series for an instant smile across your face.
Netflix just added another binge-worthy TV series with Lifetime’s original show, “You.” The show, starring Gossip Girl’s Penn Badgely and Pretty Little Liars’ Shay Mitchell, tells the all-too-real story of the dangers of the internet, cyberstalking and unhealthy relationships.
As 2019 begins, VALLEY is taking a look back and counting down some of the most iconic New Year’s Eve performances in recent history.
“You’re The Worst” is a television program on FXX’s network that tells the story of two horrible people who end up falling in love. It is a hilariously twisted comedy about truly awful people who you grow to love and maybe even see yourself in some of the characters.
If you’re looking for something to do this cold October weekend in State College, look no further. Just in time for the spooky season, the…
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What exactly does it mean to be normal? This is the question that Netflix’s new show Atypical attempts to answer.
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.
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.
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.
The moment that Penn State students have been waiting for all year is finally here — the 2017 Movin’ On lineup has been released! The…
These episodes were just the beginning of what’s to come in this powerhouse trifecta, so set your Thursday nights aside for drama because it’s going to be quite a ride.
ID is the first show of the season for Penn States School of Theatre showing at the Downtown Theatre on Allen St. This show is a story about race and the problems that individuals must face because of race’s role in society and culture.