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Central students flock to diverse range of TV shows for entertainment

From network favorites to popular streaming hits, students at Central High School are tuning in to a variety of television shows in their free time.

At Central, students have a wide range of tastes when it comes to their TV viewing habits. From binge-worthy Netflix series to classic network sitcoms, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Whether watching alone or streaming with friends, these shows have become a staple in the lives of many.

Junior Kendall Durham shared her love for the popular Netflix series, Stranger Things, saying, “I love the mix of mystery and sci-fi in the show. It keeps me on the edge of my seat and I can’t wait to see what happens next. Even now, re-watching I feel the same way.”

Senior Kireston Williams added, “I’m more into comedies like Brooklyn Nine-Nine. The humor is so good and the characters are really lovable.”

Teachers at Central have also observed the impact of television on their students. Honors English teacher Mr. Parsons remarked, “I’ve noticed that a lot of my students are watching documentaries lately. It’s great to see them taking an interest in real-world issues and learning from what they watch.” Chemistry teacher, Ms. A added, “I think TV shows can be a great way for students to explore different perspectives and form their own opinions. It’s important to expose them to a variety of genres and themes.”

With the accessibility of streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+, students have a plethora of options at their fingertips. Whether they’re looking for a quick laugh, a thrilling mystery, or a thought-provoking drama, there is no shortage of shows to choose from. TV has become a way for students to unwind after a long day of classes and extracurricular activities, providing a much-needed escape into different worlds and stories.

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Melique Williams, Staff Writer
Melique Williams, 11, was born here in Chattanooga and is interested in writing, reading, and all things MARVEL and DC. He is also a member of Central Voices, the choir ensemble for the school. Melique continues to work hard in order to be prepared for his senior year. After high school, he plans to go to Fisk University and hopes to become either a teacher or a lawyer.

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