The advent of streaming gave people hope that we could at long last be freed from the tyranny of the cable bundle. Sadly, for most of us, the dream goes unfulfilled.
I not only had to work, but kept running into extra obligations that have kept me from doing the only thing I truly wanted to: binge watching Disney + so that I could tell you how awesome it is.
I woke up in the middle of the night and actually considered logging in to see if Disney+ was operational yet.
So, we can call “Nancy Drew” the mystery love child of “Veronica Mars” and “Supernatural!”
So, here’s my big question: just how much TV do we need anyway?
It’s the end of the free meals that pushes Walt to a breaking point, and his friends use this as an opening to tell him it’s time to move on.
“All Rise” debuted Monday on CBS. It’s certainly not a BAD show. It’s actually a halfway decent show. It just didn’t really grab me.
There are 2 kinds of programs: shows that win Emmy awards & shows that people actually watch. I’m starting this new series of TV reviews for “real people.”
It takes a truly egregious series finale to to ruin the entire series for me. And the finale of “How I Met Your Mother” was one of them.
An illegal dumper with style.
Life in the Comfort Zone
A place where you can go to get news about sports, sports, sports and not Trump, Trump, Trump.
The fascinating history of Batman’s Batman.
The point is that I use literally anything else to delicately suppress the sentiments and sensations of life.
So you hated the end of Game of Thrones? I have a solution.
The show could resort to the expected obvious jokes when these characters meet the salt of the earth townsfolk of Schitt’s creek. But the surprise here is how the show manages to only skirt the cheap gags and predictable slapstick and reveals some heart beneath the trite veneer.
“Outlander” and The Husband Problem
Spongebob is the character I needed but never had growing up.
The spot heard around the country