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The Wildcat Tribune

The official student news site of Dougherty Valley High School.

The Wildcat Tribune

The official student news site of Dougherty Valley High School.

The Wildcat Tribune

The second season of Euphoria delivers an intensely captivating yet unfulfilling plot.

Euphoria’s season two digs plot-holes it can’t refill

Suhani Kashyap, Staff Writer April 3, 2022

Long-awaited, the award-winning HBO series “Euphoria” returned for a heart-throbbing, hilarious, yet intensely heavy second season. With weekly episodes since January 9, 2022, each release urged conspiracies...

Romanticizing mental illness in television shows can have detrimental effects to teenagers

Misleading depictions of mental illness in TV shows prove dangerous to youth

Anaisha Das, Ananya Pinnamaneni, and Jennifer Sheng March 24, 2022

“I didn’t eat for three days so I could be lovely.” These are the words of Cassie Ainsworth, a character from Skins, a British tv show that aired from 2007 to 2013. Skins centers around the lives...

A young man with blood splattered on his face and shirt is running with other high school students. Zombies on the side are falling to the ground. The poster has the title All of us are Dead in large white letters

“All of Us Are Dead” adequately executes a high school zombie survival show with an intriguing spin

Mayukhi Katragadda, Activities Director March 5, 2022

Netflix has recently released numerous popular k-dramas, from classic romances like “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” and “Crash-Landing On You” to thriller, apocalyptic series like “Sweet Home”...

Two characters are seen smiling, with sunlight shining on them as they lean on a wall. The title of the tv show, Our Beloved Summer is written in large white cursive across the page.

“Our Beloved Summer” plays with comforting nostalgia

Anaisha Das, Daphne Wang, Kimberly Cui, and Jia Takayoshi February 15, 2022

This review contains mild spoilers for “Our Beloved Summer.” A second first love. Perhaps a contradiction, but the Korean drama “Our Beloved Summer” proves that this notion may not be as oxymoronic...

Film poster of Hawkeye holding an arrow towards the viewer, Kate Bishop poses with an arrow as well. A dog with golden fur is wearing a santa hat. Theres a purple color palette.

Marvel’s “Hawkeye” somewhat successfully exposes the dark side of heroism and sacrifice through a lighthearted lens

Mayukhi Katragadda, Activities Director February 12, 2022

Warning: This story includes mild spoilers for the following Disney+ series: “Hawkeye,” “Wandavision” and “Loki.” Marvel has been releasing many different short series lately, and this one...

A man and a woman look outside a fogged window. The color palette used is full of shades of blue.

“Happiness” brilliantly uncovers humanity’s monster of greed in a well-written apocalyptic, zombie-romance

Mayukhi Katragadda, Activities Director February 8, 2022

Warning: This story includes mild spoilers for the K-drama “Happiness.” “Happiness is not the absence of problems, but the ability to deal with them.” - Steve Maraboli Monsters: blood-sucking...

A television poster of Only Murders in the Building showing three characters peeking out of colorful rectangles. The title Only Murders in the Building is written, along with the names of lead actors/actresses.

Only Murders in the Building’s portrayal of a crime is a fun, quirky approach with a devious undertone

Rishvanth (Rishi) Ramesh, Photography Editor November 28, 2021

The first season of “Only Murders in the Building” revolves around a murder investigated by a rag-tag team of crime podcast aficionados. On Aug. 31, the first episode of the ten-episode season was...

Ted Lasso encourages viewers to believe by showing the importance of staying hopeful despite adversities and consistently being kind

“Ted Lasso” balances its unwavering optimism with tackling real-life issues in its second season

Anaisha Das, Assistant Web Manager October 25, 2021

Ted Lasso, an Apple TV+ comedy-drama series, balances its unwavering optimism in the show’s second season by showing the refreshing perspectives of the various characters of the series. Despite being...

Pieces of a Woman released on Netflix on January 7.

“Pieces of a Woman” leaves more than the mother at heartbreak

Thyra Beckley, Staff Writer April 1, 2021

Parenthood for couples can be anxiety and exciting to be able to raise one of their own children and fill their house with more laughter and joy but for many other couples it is not as easy, either one...

Happiest Season delivered a sub-par plot accompanied by mediocre acting making the Hulu-original an unnecessary watch this holiday season.

“Happiest Season” left us angry

Aria Khalique and Eva Shen March 24, 2021

Released on Nov. 27, 2020, to an audience hopeful for some decent LGBTQ representation, “Happiest Season” delivered a disappointing plot and subpar acting that left us unfulfilled and irritated. The...

One fateful call links the fates of Kim Seo-jin and Han Ae-ri in K-drama Kairos.

Thriller K-drama “Kairos” combines time travel with mystery

Claire Zhang, Features Editor March 12, 2021

Combining time travel with mystery and thriller, K-drama “Kairos” aired its last episode on Dec. 22, 2020. The series finale did not disappoint the momentum that the show has built. The drama begins...

The story surrounds the Bridgerton family, and specifically Daphne, who is looking to get married in her first wedding season.

Bridgerton fails to live up to its title of being a truly inclusive romantic historical fiction

Aditi Lappathi, News Editor February 24, 2021

Content Warning: Sex and sexual themes. The show “Bridgerton” on Netflix contains many sex scenes and this review will briefly touch on that.   The series “Bridgerton,” on Netflix, struggles...

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