Recently while writing in front of the TV as I most often do, I found myself watching an old episode of Family Ties and reflecting on Michael J. Fox‘s career and overall character. I started really missing seeing him on TV and wondered if he would venture back into a
With all of our shows pretty much over for the year, we decided to share some final thoughts in an end of the season wrap-up. As always, we chat about what we’ve been watching and what we’re looking forward to. Check out the breakdown if you want to avoid any
And I’m even more excited to be covering this festival than I was before. Comic genius abounds, as well as a couple of my favs from Parenthood, Mae Whitman and Dax Shepard. Look for my coverage of the ATX Television Festival June 1-3 and beyond and follow me on Twitter
Though Cougar Town endured a critically-acclaimed three-season run, its low ratings assured itself to be one of ABC’s casualties during next week’s Upfronts. But in the face of dour news of cancellation, the Cul de Sac Crew has been resurrected by TBS, which may finally start putting its Very Funny slogan to use.
After a week off, The Small Screen Podcast is back. During this episode, we share our quick thoughts on Super Bowl commercials, the renewal of Syfy’s Being Human, the last season of House, what we’re watching, and what we’re looking forward to. Check out the episode breakdown if you’re afraid
During this episode of The Small Screen Podcast we discuss Cougar Town‘s premiere date, BBC’s Sherlock getting a third season renewal, our thoughts on the Golden Globes, the premieres of The Finder, Alcatraz, Being Human, NBC’s Smash, what we’re looking forward to, and other TV news. Check out the episode
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
This season of TV flew by! When I started the season, I had too many shows to keep up with. Luckily (but really unforetunately) my viewing habits thinned out due to waning quality and cancellations. Let’s see how my 2010 Fall TV schedule shaked out in the end. MondaysDancing With