Archive for August, 2016

Because it wouldn’t be network television if there isn’t at least one series about a surly-but-good-hearted doctor on air at all times. Dr. John Becker (Ted Danson) runs a small private practice in The Bronx, where he gets all kinds of patients (Read More…)

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Before two extremely short lived television series, there was the John Candy movie that started it all. Bob and Cindy need to get out of town for a few days to see Cindy’s ailing father. It’s short notice, and there’s not a lot of options for babysitters. (Read More…)

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It’s New Year’s Eve, 1999, and Philip J. Fry is delivering pizzas to people who are having a better time than he is. He’s got no friends, his family pays no attention, his girlfriend broke up with him in front of her new boyfriend, and his most recent delivery was to I.C. Weiner at a cryogenics lab. (Read More…)

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In 2006, all of your favourite pop-punk icons got together and created a piece of Charles Manson apologia in the form of a stop-motion musical. In the year 3069, a nomad finds a copy of Helter Skelter. (Read More…)

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Stranger Things is what happens when you novelize someone’s love for 1980s horror, then film that novelization for television. In 1983, the sleepy Hawkins, Indiana is rudely awoken from its slumber when several townsfolk go missing: starting with the 12-year-old Will Byers. (Read More…)

Categories: TV Show Review