The People’s Princess

“In the wake of the show’s fourth season, the recent outpouring of articles on Diana…[has] demonstrated that her image, story and renown can capture the imaginations of today’s generation as they did for multiple previous generations.”

PERATI | Post-Election Escapism: ‘The Queen’s Gambit’

After the chaos and uncertainty of the election last week, watching The Queen’s Gambit has served as the perfect post-election escapism. “It’s an entire world of just 64 squares. I feel safe in it. I can control it. I can dominate it,” chess prodigy Beth says, in Scott Frank’s adaptation of Walter Tevis’ 1983 coming-of-age novel.

How Television Becomes a Tool for Targeting Voters

Audiences cannot avoid being targeted by political campaigns, but as long as they understand how their viewing preferences influence the perception of their identities or opinions by political campaigns, they will be able to recognize how and why they are targeted by such political advertisements.

Are the Emmys Still Racist?

The media has control of the world’s perception and valuation of art. One must consciously ask oneself: Why are certain kinds of Black art celebrated over others?