The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

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The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

A photo of a stage performance for the fictional band Daisy Jones and the Six. Eddie Roundtree (played by Josh Whitehouse), Warren Rhodes (played by Sebastian Chacon), Billy Dunne (played by Sam Claflin), Daisy Jones (played by Riley Keough), Graham Dunne (played by Will Harrison), and Karen Sirko (played by Suki Waterhouse).

“Daisy Jones and The Six” shatters expectations

By Paige Tasin, Social Media Manager May 9, 2023

Taylor Jenkins Reid’s books have become incredibly popular over the last few years. Now, one of her books has been turned into a long awaited film adaptation. “Daisy Jones and the Six” has been turned...

The official TV posters for Netflixs season two of Bridgerton is expected to attract several viewers of the platform.

More free time for students, means more time to watch netflix

By Diya Kachoria, Photo Manager May 22, 2022

As WCHS students finish AP exams and their workload decreases, they may find that they have more free time to start the shows and movies they have been longing to watch. Although there have been several...

The Netflix show, Bridgerton, released a second season on March 25, 2022. This season featured Anthony Bridgerton, the oldest sibling and head of the Bridgerton household.

‘Bridgerton’ season 2’s slowburn is the talk of the ‘ton’

By Caitlin Murphy, Assistant Online Editor May 10, 2022

Dearest reader, lavish sets, dazzling costumes and a will-they-won’t-they romance can only mean one thing: “Bridgerton” is back. “Bridgerton” has returned with a second season, and it is all...

WCHS teacher Evan Rosenthal waiting for the crowd to die down before starting his monolgue on Saturday Night Live.

Live from New York, Mr. Rosenthal makes ‘SNL’ history

By Olivia Yasharoff, Empath April 11, 2022

“Live from New York, it’s Saturday Night!” WCHS teacher Evan Rosenthal has heard this famed line more times than he can count, but he never thought he would hear it in-person, especially from backstage....

The camera crew of Cowboy Bebop busy  filming while wearing their PPE.

Movie and TV sets adapt to find ways to continue filming during COVID-19

By Jessica Klein, Assistant Arts Editor November 30, 2020

2020’s movie line up was supposed to be quite impressive: “No Time to Die,” “In the Heights,” “Wonder Woman 1984” and “A Quiet Place Part II” were all scheduled to come to theaters, but...

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, which debuted March 6, is one new show to binge-watch.

One-liners make Netflix original show memorable

By Danielle Kiefer, Senior Writer April 28, 2015

Netflix-original shows such as Orange is the New Black, House of Cards and Marco Polo have skyrocketed in popularity within the last two years. CHS fans who are eager for a new series to binge-watch should...

‘Carrie Diaries’ explores Bradshaw’s teen years

By Ariana Etessami, Staff Writer February 28, 2013

Before scoring a glamorous job as a writer for the New York Star, before becoming a fashion icon and way before Mr. Big, Carrie Bradshaw was a normal teenager just beginning to experience the world and...

Syfy show puts a spin on traditional reality TV

Syfy show puts a spin on traditional reality TV

By By: Hanna Taft, Staff Writer February 23, 2012

The first episode of Syfy’s reality series Face Off proves that reality television is more than scripted dialogue and fake drama, but has expanded to transforming humans into mythical and unknown creatures. Face...

‘SNL’ back on the scene with satirical political sketches

By Ben Schick, Staff Writer October 26, 2011

The upcoming presidential election is going to be a crazy one. People are fed up with high unemployment, and the Republican primary is still up for grabs. With all the political chaos and tensions rising,...

‘Wilfred’ high ratings lead it to second season

By Natasha Palance, Staff Writer September 27, 2011

The first episode of FX’s new comedy series Wilfred is proof that television’s comedy genre is stronger than ever. Then again, a man in a dog suit is always funny.  According to a June

‘As Seen on TV’ brings TV products to mall

High school students, along with the rest of the nation, have been hypnotized by the seemingly amazing and useful products advertised on TV, such as the Magic Bullet and Bumpits. These items are commonly...

Fall TV lineup brings variety to viewers

By By Jake Sutton Staff Writer September 3, 2010

You’re sitting at home, bored, watching TV, and wondering when your favorite TV show will be back on again. Fall TV previews are a great way to tell people what upcoming TV shows are coming out in the...

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