Archive for the ‘TV Show Review’ Category

Life on earth has been devastated by a virus. Everything and everyone is dead. Except Phil Miller (Will Forte), a slacker and a fool, and the last man on earth..(Read More)..

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To get it out of the way: yes, it’s that series with the British PM and the pig on broadcast television..(Read More)..

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The O.J. Simpson trial for the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson, his ex-wife, and Ron Goldman will remain infamous for longer than initially thought, given his only slight celebrity status..(Read More)..

Hank Azaria is again behind the microphone, but this time in front of the camera in IFC’s new series Brockmire. (Read More…)

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HBO’s flagship non-government-themed comedy returns for its fourth season at the end of the month, so now’s the time to get in the loop (that was very clever wordplay if you know your BBC spinoffs and remakes). (Read More…)

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Here are just a few amazing words we now have because of the Battlestar Galactica franchise: frack (and variations, including frackhead, motherfrakker etc.; a curse word); toaster (as a pejorative for robots); skinjob (in reference to a robot passing for human)..(Read More)..

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No, not that cable drama about the parent selling drugs for family support, the other one. Weeds follows Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker) taking care of her family the best way she can figure out: selling weed..(Read More)…

A perfect mixture of the comic-strip “Cathy,” the 1960s variety show Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In and Neil Simon’s play Laughter on the 23rd Floor would yield nothing other than a perfect likeness to Tina Fey’s hit comedy series 30 Rock..(Read More)..

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As of this posting, it’s been 566 days since the last Daily Show with Jon Stewart…(Read more)

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Three Toronto women – sisters Hannah, Amalia and Caroline Donegan – facing the all-too-common millennial crisis – all work, low pay, high rent – turn to the “Sugar Daddy” community to fill a companionship gap in wealthy men’s lives, while they fill a cash gap in their own. (Read More…)