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“The Wholehearted” is a One-Two Punch

“The Wholehearted” is a One-Two Punch

Christopher Falcioni ’16 / Emertainment Monthly Editor

Suli Holum in The Wholehearted. Photo Credit: Leah Schrager/ArtsEmerson.

Suli Holum in The Wholehearted. Photo Credit: Leah Schrager/ArtsEmerson.

Sitting around the perimeter of the in-the-round stage of “Stein | Holum Projects”’ new production The Wholehearted, one might feel intimidated by the audience members sitting right across from them. The seating arrangement exposes you to everybody else, all of whom are…

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“Vikings” Recap/Review: “Boneless”

“Vikings” Recap/Review: “Boneless”

Dymon Lewis ’14 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer

Alexander Ludwig and Clive Standen in the Vikings episode "Boneless." Photo Credit: Jonathan Hession/History Channel.

Alexander Ludwig and Clive Standen in the Vikings episode “Boneless.” Photo Credit: Jonathan Hession/History Channel.

Triumvirates don’t work. It didn’t work for Julius Caesar, Pompeius Magnus, and Marcus Crassus and it’s certainly not working for Earl Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick), Earl Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel), and King Horik (Donal Logue

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"Hannibal" Recap/Review: “Yakimono”

“Hannibal” Recap/Review: “Yakimono”

Adam Reynoso ’15 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer

Mads Mikkelsen and Hugh Dancy in the Hannibal episode "Yakimono." Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC.

Mads Mikkelsen and Hugh Dancy in the Hannibal episode “Yakimono.” Photo Credit: Brooke Palmer/NBC.

After six episodes, Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) is freed and the charges against him are dropped in the most recent episode of NBC’s Hannibal. Along with Will’s freedom, the episode also looked into a new lead in the Chesapeake Ripper case and the…

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"How I Met Your Dad" Has Found Its Voice

“How I Met Your Dad” Has Found Its Voice

Nora Dominick ’17 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer

Meg Ryan

How I Met Your Dad, the spinoff of the CBS hit sitcom How I Met Your Mother, which wrapped its final season in March, has found its narrator. It has been confirmed that Meg Ryan will be the narrator on the new sitcom.

Ryan will voice Future Sally, played in flashbacks by Greta Gerwig. Ryan will act as the shows narrator similarly to Bob Saget

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Raymond De Felitta Talks “Rob The Mob” and New York City

Raymond De Felitta Talks “Rob The Mob” and New York City

James Canellos ’17 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer

Raymond De Felitta

Raymond De Felitta. Photo Credit: Jeff Vespa/WireImage.com.

Director Raymond De Felitta took time off his schedule to talk with Emertanment Monthly about his latest film, Rob The Mob.

De Felitta especially stresses the meaning of the more personal stories he has been known for dramatizing to get the world to care about the underdogs that…

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"Once Upon A Time" Review/Recap: “Bleeding Through”

“Once Upon A Time” Review/Recap: “Bleeding Through”

Emma Doherty ‘16 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer

Rebecca Mader in the Once Upon A Time episode "Bleeding Through." Photo Credit: Jack Rowand/ABC.

Rebecca Mader in the Once Upon A Time episode “Bleeding Through.” Photo Credit: Jack Rowand/ABC.

This episode was anything but simple; between its timehop with Cora’s (Barbara Hershey) past, the seance, the emotional character roller coaster, and impending spell, I could barely keep up.

Lets start with what’s most important first, shall we?…

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“Bates Motel” Review/Recap: “Presumed Innocent”

“Bates Motel” Review/Recap: “Presumed Innocent”

Dymon Lewis ’14 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer

Olivia Cooke and Freddie Highmore in the Bates Motel episode "Presumed Innocent." Photo Credit: A&E Network.

Olivia Cooke and Freddie Highmore in the Bates Motel episode “Presumed Innocent.” Photo Credit: A&E Network.

Bye-bye Cody Brennan (Paloma Kwiatkowski)! You were much better than Bradley Martin (Nicola Peltz) but not quite as adorable as Emma Decody (Olivia Cooke). You won’t be missed, but you won’t be remembered loathingly. Enjoy your aunt’s…

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New “Child of Light” Trailer Debuts

New “Child of Light” Trailer Debuts

Ryan Smythe ’15 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer

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This newest Child of Light trailer played out without a word, instead choosing to show off more of the game’s gorgeous art style.

Utilizing the UbiArt Framework engine, previously used on Rayman Origins and Rayman Legends, Child of Lightvery well may be the single most beautiful game to come out all year. Characters move in the same graceful,…

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"Parks and Recreation" Review/Recap: "One in 8,000"

“Parks and Recreation” Review/Recap: “One in 8,000″

Emma Doherty ’16 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer

Adam Scott and Amy Poehler in the Parks and Recreation episode "One In 8,000." Photo Credit: NBC.

Adam Scott and Amy Poehler in the Parks and Recreation episode “One In 8,000.” Photo Credit: NBC.

If this episode was to be summed up in one word, it would be “perfect.” This week’s show left the rest of the season in the dust because plots points are finally being tied together, and the episode included continuing stories and joyful moments…

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"True Blood": The End of the Stackhouse Saga

“True Blood”: The End of the Stackhouse Saga

James Canellos ’17 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer

True-Blood

The true death seems to be in store for any human or vampire in sight. For six seasons now Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) has evaded death, wooed creatures and still some how has a job despite the fact that she rarely works. Now the telepathic fairy of Louisiana must prepare for battle along with her small town that seems to be in even more…

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