Screen Invasion has an exclusive interview with TEN THOUSAND SAINTS writer/directors Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini.
To start off, I apologize for the lateness of this review. I know my wide readership was clamoring for my thoughtful, crafted and radiant words, salivating at the chance to hang on to every turn of phrase and witticism. I apologize, yes, because I was watching football. This week’s episode
The Newsroom, where have you been all my life? This is an astounding episode with only minor kinks. The troublesome moments, embedded in some strange set-ups, are no match for the performances by the cast here. And everyone is on point. From the White Team to the Read Team. Everyone.
This season of The Newsroom has been a mess. If you’ve read my reviews you know how I feel. I’ve said I want to see Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) behind the news desk more. And with that, I want to see the characters reacting to these news stories and revealing ways
It’s tough for me to say this is one of the better efforts from The Newsroom this season. Last week is still better, I feel.
A quick word about my thoughts on Season One of The Newsroom: I didn’t cover it last season, so I felt I needed to dump my thoughts on season one, just to set the tone for my reviews.
HBO debuted the trailer for its new series The Newsroom last night, marking the return to television for one of the most storied writers in the medium’s history, Aaron Sorkin. Fans of Sorkin should be thrilled by what they see, as The Newsroom seems to be the perfect blend of his