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Brockmier Review “The Dirtbag Revolution” Will Be Televised”

There’s a something of a ‘Dirtbag Renaissance’ in cable TV these days. The idea that TV shows have to be anchored by ‘likable characters’ has almost been turned on it’s head. “Always Sunny” is a show centered on a group of characters that are less Danny Tanner and more…well, more like the actual Bob Saget. Read More »

The Future is Female and Scary AF as Orphan Black Returns for its Final Season

When Orphan Black premiered in 2013, I knew right away it was a show I would root for – a Canadian sci-fi thriller airing on BBC America featuring a lead performance (performances?) with a stunningly high level of difficulty – all resting on the shoulders of an unknown actress whose name we would soon learn. Read More »

Orange is the New Black – Season 5

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Season 5 Released June 9, 2017 Streaming on Netflix Created by: Jenji Kohan Production Co: Titled Productions, Lions Gate Television Stars: Taylor Schilling, Dascha Polanco, Laura Prepon Season 5 was released at midnight on June 9, 2017. When season 4 left off, Dayanara grabbed the guard’s gun and held him at gunpoint. Was it a riot? Were the inmates fighting ... Read More »

(Cold) War: What is it good for? ‘The Americans’ Season 5 questions everything.

We’re one episode away from Season 5 finale of The Americans, FX’s critically acclaimed drama about a family of deep cover Russian spies living in Virginia during the height of the Cold War. And from there, we’re only one season away from the show wrapping up for good, an ending that producers Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields have supposedly had in mind ... Read More »

Twin Peaks: The Return A Return to Form for David Lynch

Release Date: 21 May 2017 Channel: Showtime Sundays at 9pm Creators: Mark Frost, David Lynch Production Co: Rancho Rosa Partnership, Showtime Networks Stars: Kyle McLachlan, Madchen Amick, Kimmy Robertson, Sheryl Lee You have no idea how excited I am that I can stream Showtime via my Hulu app on my Apple TV. Even MORE, I came home just in time ... Read More »

10 Reasons Why Battlestar Glactica Remains Bingeworthy On Fans’ Lists

    In 2003, when the Battlestar Galactica Miniseries aired for the first time, Walter White had yet to mix his first batch of meth, Don Draper hadn’t ruined any of his wives or childrens’ lives and Netflix didn’t have one original series to its name. Friends was still on the air! In other words, it was a different viewing ... Read More »

APB (2016) TV

Channel: Fox Release Date: 6 February 2017 Creators: Matt Nix, David Slack Production Co: Bungalow Media + Entertainment, Sketch Films Stars: Justin Kirk, Natalie Martinez, Taylor Handley Review: I think Fox is trying to make a comeback on police drama. I found this one surfing Hulu (of course) so I binged 4 episodes. Action: Check, Drama: Check, Plot: What I ... Read More »

The Get Down (Part II): Restoring Faith in Musical Television

Delving into part two of The Get Down on Netflix was met with a bit of trepidation, I must admit, but the reasoning is all because of my trust issues and bitter break-ups with music related shows on television. Read More »

Trial and Error Presents a New Legal Case for Comedy!

By Angie Quidim Starring: John Lithgow, Nicholas D’Agosto, Steve Boyer, Sherri Sheppherd NBC, 9 pm PST Creators: Jeff Astrof, Matt Miller   Do you remember the days of wild whodunits like “Clue” and “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”  Encapsulating this in a thirty-minute sitcom format isn’t easy, but leaving it to the writers who worked on such shows as “Angie Tribecca”, ... Read More »

Rick & Morty Pull the Ultimate April Fool’s Joke on its Viewers

You have to hand it to Comedy Central, they certainly know how to do marketing right. With no explanation whatsoever the channel simply started playing the first episode of the long awaited third season of Rick & Morty, on April Fool’s Day no less. That is exactly the kind of thing Comedy Central would do to both reward and screw ... Read More »

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