#WhoDrewTheDicks … that’s the question everyone is asking.
“Normal is overrated.” Ahhh, growing up. The awkward teen years.
If you’re an old-old school pro wrestling fan, you may remember the real life GLOW wrestling promotion from Las Vegas, which produced a low-budget female version of what fans enjoyed with the more mainstream World Wrestling Federation (WWF).
Chapelle’s Show fans rejoice!
Kids and adults alike should check out this new Netflix series from DreamWorks Animation.
What would you do for the perfect life?
Baz Luhrmann’s new Netflix drama, The Get Down, is set in 1970s New York and traces the rise of several genres, including hip-hop, disco and punk.
Gritty. Emotional. Dark. And a little bloody.
It’ll make you feel like a kid again.
“Females are strong as hell!” And they’d have to be to survive an underground doomsday bunker for 15 years. But does it suck as much as viral social media attention and learning to use a smartphone?
Perfectly acceptable first-run syndicated tripe, as Xena meets Baywatch in the Disney/M-G-M Studios Florida jungles.
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So. It’s getting late and I don’t want to screw around.
It’s been over forty years since CBS’ Dallas, in its sophomore 1978-79 season, moved to Friday nights and started its run as the highest-rated TV series of the first half of the 1980s.
Flashy but familiar, bait-and-switch ABC Movie of the Week entry.
Having trouble keeping up with all the Marvel Cinematic Universe content? Good.
Ever wonder what it was like to be a salesman in 1980s Britain? Probably not, but this new Netflix series looks like it’s worth a chuckle.
Murder. Mystery. Intrigue. Subtitles.
Fans of the animated FX series Archer should check out Pacific Heat, an upcoming Australian sitcom that echoes some of that earlier program’s comedy and animation.
Turns out, this is your grandmother’s soap. The 3-disc DVD release of The Royals: The Complete First Season from Lionsgate shows that you can indeed go back to the nighttime soap well for more fun, albeit in smaller doses.