4 Reasons Why You Should Be Watching Broad City

When was the last time you laughed while watching TV? And no, Seinfeld and Fox News doesn’t count. For all that money you are paying the cable companies, shouldn’t you Continue Reading →

A True Detective Promotional

Depending on if you were born in the last 24 hours or have simply been enjoying your new lease under that rock you find so homey, then you might not Continue Reading →

Breaking Bad’s Felina: A Review

Breaking Bad had a chance to be the best show ever. Unfortunately, its ending and last season were a significant step down. The last season relied on unbelievable events. Certainly Continue Reading →

Retro Reels: Rifleman

I used to love to mow the lawn. But this year, I frequently encounter snakes when I mow. I am TERRIFIED of snakes and I blame it on The Rifleman. Continue Reading →

Tribute to the Golden Girls

    I have another confession to make.  Although, it’s not much of a confession since everyone seems to know anyway.  I am a huge Golden Girls fan.  At the risk Continue Reading →

Great Television Episodes: “The Series Has Landed” (Futurama)

As I’ve mentioned before, Futurama is one of my favorite shows ever. Few shows, if any, so deftly mix comedy and raw emotion. I could go on and on about Continue Reading →

Daytime Emmy Review… or Two and a Half Hours This Writer Wishes He Had Back

The editors of BoomPopMedia had better appreciate this one. I realize I volunteered for this assignment for what I thought were two good reasons. First, I didn’t think anyone else Continue Reading →

The Shield Season One: A Review (Minor Spoilers)

The Shield is violent, brutal, controversial, disturbing and endlessly thought provoking.  Following the police officers of The Barn—a police station converted from an old church in the fictional Los Angeles Continue Reading →

Arrested Development – Season 4: A Review

Prior to watching the long anticipated 4th season of Arrested Development (now available for streaming on Netflix), I had convinced myself that I would either love it or hate it. Continue Reading →

Game Change: A Review

More than a year after its HBO premiere I finally added Game Change, the movie based on Mark Halperin and John Heilemann’s best-selling book of the same name, to my Continue Reading →