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.
Alfred Hitchcock is all the rage right now with Hitchcock in theaters and a sweet box set now available. A&E is looking to capitalize off all this buzz with their upcoming show Bates Motel, a prequel to the events that take place in Psycho. Freddie Highmore will play the disturbed Norman Bates and Oscar nominee Vera Farmiga is set to play
During this episode of The Small Screen Podcast Kristal and Marcos discuss the death of Larry Hagman, cast shakeups, the return of Cory and Topanga, the current episodes of Bob’s Burgers, Raising Hope, Wedding Band and Glee, as well as what they’re looking forward to. There are some sound quality issues,
We’ve done a bunch of gift guides this year focusing on the amazing Blu-Rays and DVDs you can buy. But what about things beyond discs and box sets of TV seasons? Here are some goodies that your TVaholic friends will be dying over. The Revolution Was Televised by Alan Sepinwall
All season long, the tease has been that this was the “Autumn of Breakups”. Barney and Quinn: done. Ted and Victoria: done. That just left Robin and Nick, and that relationship ended tonight. The episode revolved around these two, with the other characters providing tid bit side notes. Robin realizes
Episode 56 and counting… “Somebody I Used to Know” After stopping Sookie from attempting to rid herself of her fairy powers, Jason and she decide to ask the other fairies for help in finding out exactly what happened to their parents. After debating with them about the risks involved,
Fans of classic cinema will have a good excuse to stay inside during the dog days of August as Turner Classic Movies launches the newest edition of “Summer Under the Stars,” a month-long salute to 31 legendary actors and actresses. Every day, TCM will honor one performer with a 24-hour
“Be here now.” – Ram Dass Wilfred, “Now” begins with Wilfred and Ryan taking a walk that quickly devolves into an argument, per usual. Ryan is worried about his future, trying to plan ahead. Wilfred doesn’t get why people are always thinking about what is going to happen later. Ryan
Episode 51 and counting… “Whatever I am, You Made Me” My, my, my…my dearest Tara. I’m so truly sorry for what Sookie and Lafayette have done to you. But they were only trying to save your life. After my beloved Tara escaped the confines of Sookie’s underground sleep cubby,
“Authority Always Wins” Episode 50 and counting… Our 50th episode (that’s got to be a milestone right?) begins with Sookie & Lafayette trying to fend off a newly turned Tara while Pam stands by and laughs at the two of them struggling with their undead friend. The “new” Tara
First off, I’d like to apologize for my ultra-tardiness on this post. Traveling and the ever hated day job prevented me from getting this to you sooner. Either way, here it is, my attempt at a re-cap of Sunday’s season premiere of True Blood: “Turn! Turn! Turn!” Episode 49 and
For those of you vamp-lovin’ fang-atics who love letting your blood drip down your neck to attract your favorite nightwalker into your room at night (was that enough vampire anecdotes for ya?), here’s the latest trailer for TRUE BLOOD. It aired earlier this evening on HBO and places even more
This past Sunday, HBO was nice enough to share a trailer from the upcoming brand new season of TRUE BLOOD. Seems like things are going to be feverishly drama-driven, as usual, as we find out what will happen with Tara who was seemingly killed at the end of last season.