One of the best things about television is the variety of content and subject matter that is available for consumption. It is so wide-reaching, there are so many channels, genres and series to choose from that pretty much anyone can find something they enjoy. Add to that options like Netflix and Hulu to get caught up on shows you may have missed or as an introduction to new series and there is no end to the possibilities for viewing enjoyment. As it turns out, television in 2012 is so varied that there was little to no agreement on any of our writers’ favorites.
The Screen Invasion Team watches a lot of television. (Something you may have guessed from the many, many recaps posted daily.) As we watched our Fall TV faves, we noticed a trend: namely, female characters who are kicking ass and taking names (literally, in some cases). Ladies so successfully dominating their respective TV-universes that nothing keeps them down for long. And we wanted to do a little something to show these kick-ass TV chicks the R-E-S-P-E-C-T that is so rightly theirs.
The Primetime Emmys are supposed to represent the cream of the crop when it comes to honoring the year’s best television programs, and before I go any further, I’d like to say that for the most part, the academy did a good job with its nominations. Still, The Emmys tend to
It was another busy day of pick-ups, renewals and cancellations of various television shows, and NBC and ABC did most of the heavy lifting. NBC kept chugging along as it picked up two new dramas while also renewing some old favorites. According to Deadline, Parenthood has been renewed, and both Community and30 Rock will be coming
I had the opportunity along with my fellow pop culturists to interview none other than Chris Parnell who voices Agent Cyril Figgis on FX’s Archer. You may also know him from his character Dr. Leo Spaceman on 30 Rock, my personal favorite, or maybe even from his current stint on Suburgatory
Airing during the pre-game coverage, I know I missed this gem of a commercial on Super Bowl Sunday. Advertising all of NBC and its shows, the extended version spans nearly four minutes and features a musical number from How to Succeed in Business in Really Trying. Watch the casts of
Happy New Year from the Small Screen Podcast. We’re back from a short break, and there was a lot to talk about like the newest failed TV shows possibly getting the movie treatment, the 2 Broke Girls panel at the TCA winter press tour, and what we’re watching. Check out