CNN 10 (CNN Student News)
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CNN 10 (formerly CNN Student News) is a student news web series. It is a spin-off to CNN.
Why It Sucks
- Much like its predecessors, it's completely biased in news reporting.
- Carl Azuz, the show's main news reporter, is very annoying and acts more like a comedian than an actual news reporter.
- The 10 Second Trivia topic is a complete buffoonery because it asks questions that even 3 years old would know, and it usually asks about states around the world, which gets boring after a while.
- It replaced CNN Student News.
- Whenever CNN 10 is aired on a Friday, Carl Azuz always brags about how awesome Fridays are, and always rushes through the news as well.
- 99% of their news consists of either hurricanes or state wars, which also gets boring after a while as well.
- At the end of each news, 10 Out of 10 categories are introduced, and it's very unnecessary because it's only used as an excuse to make reports on either everyday objects or people. Also, there was once a 10 Out of 10 involving a basketball player trying to make a trick shot where he shoots the basketball way up into the air, but they edited it to make it look like he made it, despite the fact that he actually missed. The 10 out of 10 music can also be ear-piercing.
- On top of all of this, it's a very bad influence towards students, and it's also considered torture, because most of the time, the teachers give you a sheet of paper to fill out every day to see if you learned anything from or paid attention to the news, despite the fact that it's very biased in news reporting, and is just a mere scheme to brainwash students into liking it.
- Catchy theme song.
- Some good episodes.
- It gets interesting here and there.
- Around the end of the school year, it becomes less biased in reporting news and tries to get as much news reported as possible before the school year is over.
- It goes on a hiatus during the summer and will come back during the day when school starts. Therefore, it will not be there to ruin your summer vacation.
- CNN Student News from 2012 - 2016 was better.