When was the last time you walked down Chestnut, passed 34th and watched the signs turn from red and blue to blue and yellow? This week, Street hit Drexel's campus to find out what they think about you.
They say that “sometimes 16 ain’t so sweet"—luckily these episodes are. Catch up with MTV's "My Super Sweet Sixteen" on iTunes.
Do you have what it takes to be on “My Super Sweet Sixteen?” We need stars...and friends for those stars.
Joel and Julia forever. (Aired 11.6.14.)
But he’s not the only one. (Aired 11.13.14)
Eddie Redmayne stars as Stephen Hawking in “The Theory of Everything,” out Friday.
Don’t know her yet? You will soon.
F&TV bids adieu to TV's best and worst soon–to–be–over shows.
Kathy and Emory Van Cleve teach students the ins and outs of the film industry in their class, “The Art and Business of Film.”
From outside, Room 205 in Fisher Bennett Hall seems inconspicuous: across from the Cinema Studies office and just past the second–floor bathroom, only a brass nameplate distinguishes it.
Three months later, Dylan still exists. (Aired 10.30.14)
Crosby’s on a downward spiral, Max is in love, Amber’s dating and Joel and Julia are STILL married. (Aired 10.23.14)
Wherever you’re looking for your horror film fix, Street’s got you covered.
Benedict Cumberbatch shines as British codebreaker Alan Turing.
Teddy Schwarzman graduated from Penn in 2001 and founded his production company, Bear Pictures, in 2011. His newest film, “The Imitation Game,” screened at the Philadelphia Film Festival on Saturday night and hits theaters on November 21.
In episode three, "The Waiting Room," the Braverman family finally convinced Zeek to have heart surgery. I hope you brought your tissues. (Aired 10/9/14.)
Aired October 10.16.2014
“The kids aren’t not choosing success. Success isn’t even an option.”
Aired Thursday, October 2nd.
“Parenthood” returned Thursday night for it’s sixth and final season. (Aired 09.25.2014).
The first in a trio of deceptively–titled films.