The Mindy Project
One of my favorite sitcoms this season is the vastly underrated and under-watched The Mindy Project. While it had an uneven first season, filled with some cast changes and tonal shifts, its grown into an effortless, hilarious ensemble comedy about dating and friendship. And while it’s still very much Mindy Kaling’s show,
The ATX Television Festival 2013 had a great kick-off with lots of familiar faces from shows of today and from our past in attendance.
Kristal and Marcos are back to talk about the AFI Top Ten List, the Golden Globe nominations, and they check in on a few new and returning shows since the first part of the season has wrapped up. Look over the episode breakdown to avoid any spoilers. Download and
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’re back to chat about all things TV like the most recent episodes of Grimm, The Walking Dead, Don’t Trust The B— in Apt 23, various news items, as well as Disney’s latest big item purchase. It’s also chopping block time as they discuss which shows have fallen out of
This time around we talk about The Mindy Project and Ben and Kate getting more episodes, NBC’s decision to hold off on premiering Community and Whitney, the first casualty of the season and of course what we’ve been watching and what we’re looking forward to. Check out the episode breakdown to avoid any
Since the wave of the future is airing pilots before shows actually premiere, we decided to talk about the first episodes of The Mindy Project, The New Normal and Ben & Kate in this week’s The Small Screen Podcast. We also got in our weekly Grimm shout-out as well as
Greg Daniels has returned as the new showrunner for Season 9 of ‘The Office‘, replacing Paul Lieberstein who recurred on the show as Toby Flenderson. Daniels, the showrunner of Seasons 1 through 4, has recently announced that the upcoming season will be the last one–for many fans coming at the right time and for
It was another busy week in TV thanks to the major networks’ Upfront presentations, so it’s another jam-packed episode. We talk about the new fall schedules, which pilots we’re excited for, which night will be our busiest, and of course what we’ve been watching and what we’re looking forward to.
This is the busiest time of the year for TV! Upfronts have been a flurry of renewals, cancellations, schedule changes, and now new pilot pick-ups. We’ve already highlighted the new shows on CBS, the #1 network of the bunch. Now let’s dig in to FOX! They had a rough season