Tatyana Williams

  • July 17, 2018By Tatyana Williams

    If you have been on Twitter for the past month, you have probably stumbled on a couple posts about The Kissing Booth. A new Netflix original movie that has been sweeping up the tween crowd by storm. The plot centers around Elle Evans, a girl is falling for her best friend’s older brother, Noah. After a

  • June 26, 2018By Tatyana Williams

    With FYC (for your consideration) season in full swing, different programs on both television and online platforms aim for a slot in Emmy nominations. Gina Rodriguez however, star of the CW’s Jane the Virgin, decided to spend her advertisement money towards something else. The Hollywood Reporter announced that the 33-year-old actress would dedicate her money to

  • January 5, 2018By Tatyana Williams

    This may be our generation “A Different World”… Spinning off the popular ABC comedy, Black-ish, Freeform’s newest series, Grown-ish follows their oldest child, Zoey Johnson (Yara Shahidi) as she adventures on her own for the first time and attends the fictional Cal University. There she soon discovers that she may actually not know what she is

  • September 1, 2017By Tatyana Williams

    The MTV Video Music Awards this year were not the most exciting in history but they will go down as one of the most impactful. Social issues became a hot topic from Paris Jackson’s denouncing white supremacy to Alessia Cara’s subtle message to “the industries bias standards towards females.” Though, nobody had as much as an

  • August 12, 2017By Tatyana Williams

    Disney Channel, which has been vastly known for it’s heteronormative, white-washed television programming in the past has taken a massive turn in the past year. The channel has broken major boundaries this past year including talking about the outcome of teenage pregnancy and displaying more LGBT couples in their shows. This transition began back in

  • July 21, 2017By Tatyana Williams

    It’s been a while now since Vine officially pulled the plug. Many of its prime creators have since moved onto other platforms include the world of YouTube. While some have since proven their talents, others are profiting off of doing ridiculous pranks and annoying their neighbors. Jake Paul is the latter. The former Viner and

  • July 13, 2017By Tatyana Williams

    Spider-Man: Homecoming is currently the #1 movie in theaters and one of Marvel Studios biggest opening weekends for a solo film. Critics and audiences alike are not only praising Spiderman himself, Tom Holland for his brilliant portrayal but also Zendaya. Zendaya’s iconic and relatable character, Michelle, is a classmate of Peter’s who spends most of her time

  • June 30, 2017By Tatyana Williams

    Despite Netflix recent habit of canceling good and diverse shows (The Get Down, Sense 8, etc.), they actually did something productive and renewed Dear White People for a second season. The announcement was originally made today by creator Justin Simien at the Essence Festival. Like the film the show is based on, the show follows a

  • June 24, 2017By Tatyana Williams

    New York is a step closer to awarding diversity in entertainment. Yesterday, the New York state legislature passed a bill that would create a tax incentive program for television projects, filmed in the state, that hire producers, writers and/or directors that are women and/or person of color. Shows such as Law & Order, Quantico & Orange Is The

  • May 10, 2017By Tatyana Williams

    Ruth Berthe, better known as Ruth B, started out her career singing on Vine. Becoming inspired by the show Once Upon A Time one day, she created a vine based around it. Like the story of quite a few mainstream musicians, one of her videos went viral. The six-second video turned into Lost Boy which

  • May 10, 2017By Tatyana Williams

    First breaking the internet with her viral spin on the Netflix show, Stranger Things, Elle Mills has continued to bring refreshing new content to YouTube twice a week on her channel, ElleofTheMills. Her videos ranging from what if Troy Bolton was like Christian Grey to helping her friends get prom dates, bachelorette style. Her content

  • March 29, 2017By Tatyana Williams

    After hearing the same artists on the radio hundreds of times, most of you would probably like to hear something different and new. So I have complied a short list of artists who’s craft should be shared even more with the world. The follow five artists I suggest you jump onto now before they become