Take on TV
It’s not surprising that a show like “Once Upon a Time,” which aired its season premiere this past Sunday, is popular; fairytales never really go out of style. The cast is impressive: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison and Eion Bailey, to name a few, (speaking of which, what did they do to Pinocchio???) and Goodwin’s real-life [...]
The other day I was at the gym, working out, when I came upon a pleasant surprise: “Boy Meets World” was on TV. This automatically made me ecstatic, as I grew up watching the trials and tribulation of Cory, Sean, Topanga, and Eric. About five minutes into the episode, my favorite character came onto the [...]
Jerry Springer hosts a game show in which future “lovers” reveal their biggest baggage before they fall in love – why did I not know about this earlier?
Despite Will Shuester being the worst character on television, last night’s episode of Glee was actually enjoyable. It was probably because in this episode, “The Substitute,” Will actually didn’t have to teach anything.
Well, everyone, the end is near. I’m about to watch the premiere of Sarah Palin’s reality show on TLC, called “Sarah Palin’s Alaska”. Join me on this journey if you dare. Don’t forget to refresh the page! 7:59 – I actually feel nervous. This is no joke. 8:00 – It has begun. Alaska is beautiful. [...]
With “Psych” starting back up again tonight (I do love USA Network’s summer-winter-half-season-starts-when-you-least-expect-it schedule), we thought we’d share some of our favorite moments – that we could find on Hulu – so they’re actually extremely limited.
Good evening, everybody! Conan’s (finally) back tonight, and I’ll be your live-blog host. Come back at 10 for rapid impressions and half-baked theories.
Last week, I wrote a review of AMC’s new zombie series, “The Walking Dead,” and it got me thinking a lot about zombies. Let me set the record straight: I hate them. I think they are the worst villains that horror movies or shows have ever come up with, and I don’t really understand why they are popular.
Is the only difference between “Lone Star” and “Mad Men” that the latter is on cable TV? Are basic network audiences not ready to accept a morally ambiguous leading man? There are only a few main characters on today’s shows that are not outright heroes or villains.
Approximately five years ago, I watched a man wake up in a jungle, run as fast as he could towards a beach, and survey the terrible carnage that was waiting for him once he got there. Luckily, this was not a real-life experience. I was watching the opening moments of “Lost.” “Lost” has shaped my [...]