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Official newspaper of the University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of the University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

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Sherlock Holmes’ ultimate enemy returns

January 29, 2014

As season three of BBC’s “Sherlock” came to a close, one shocking development completely turned the tables on the beloved sleuth. Jim Moriarty was alive and rearing to wreak havoc in...

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Powerful performances drive HBO’s ‘True Detective’

January 22, 2014

In the short span of two episodes, HBO’s crime anthology series “True Detective” introduced viewers to the most intrinsically complicated duo since “Breaking Bad”’s...

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On ‘Wilfred,’ a stuffed bear is a dog’s best friend

January 15, 2014

It is a sad task to report that season four of FX’s brilliantly bizarre, dark comedy “Wilfred” will be its last. While there are still many secrets about the mysterious mutt to uncover,...

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‘South Park’s’ Kenny still dies but finally develops as character

November 27, 2013

The final installment of “South Park”’s “Game of Thrones”-esque console wars trilogy ends Wednesday night. While a new red wedding may be on the horizon, let’s observe...

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“Game of Thrones”’ Tywin Lannister is both the most hated and most likeable character

November 13, 2013

Editor’s note: “Game of Thrones” spoilers below.  The incendiary fourth season of “Game of Thrones” is on the horizon. What better way to celebrate its return than...

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The many terrifying faces of Jessica Lange

November 6, 2013

After two self-contained seasons of terror, “American Horror Story” easily embodies the term “crazy pants.” Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have taken their hypersexual horror anthology...

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Daryl Dixon: How one crossbow-wielding redneck became a legend of zombie horror

October 29, 2013

The fences are falling, disease is spreading and the Governor’s wrath hangs like a shadow over Rick Grimes and his not-so-merry band of survivors in season four of AMC’s “The Walking...

Visit “The Cabin in the Woods” with the Daily Horror Movie

October 26, 2013

For movie buffs, the month of October means one thing: 31 days of horror movies. With tons of horror flicks to choose from, The Daily Texan is going to be providing a daily horror recommendation. Whether...

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Phil Coulson of S.H.I.E.L.D., a character study

October 22, 2013

Phil Coulson has come a long way since his first appearance in “Iron Man” as the seemingly unimportant agent of a seemingly unimportant agency. Five movies later, Coulson, played by Clark Gregg,...

ABC’s “Once Upon a Time” complicates typical roles in the story of Peter Pan

October 15, 2013

ABC’s hit show “Once Upon a Time” has made a name for itself as a narrative that twists and turns what we know about Disney fairy tales into one consistent overarching mythology. In the...

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How does “Homeland” move forward without Nicholas Brody?

October 8, 2013

Editors note: In this weekly series, The Daily Texan takes an analytical look at key characters in major television series. Spoilers will frequently be included.    Last Sunday heralded...

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From White to Goodman: Why did “Breaking Bad” choose Saul for a spin-off?

September 30, 2013

Last night, Vince Gilligan’s criminal epic “Breaking Bad” brought Walter White’s devastating saga of drugs, lies and fried chicken franchises to its bloody conclusion. For many...