Kids and adults alike should check out this new Netflix series from DreamWorks Animation. Continue reading ‘Trollhunters’ finds prey in Netflix viewers
What do you get when you add NBA superstar-turned-TV-producer LeBron James to a dose of Price is Right‘s Plinko and combine with cocktail of simple addition and subtraction? Continue reading LeBron James + Plinko + simple math = NBC’s ‘The Wall’
A guilty pleasure that leaves you wanting more than the less-than-30-minute run time of the episodes. Then again, that could be what makes it work. Continue reading ‘Californication’ (Season 1): Adults fail at adulting
Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee Lee Daniels – creator and executive producer of Empire – partners with Tom Donaghy (“The Whole Truth”) to pull back the curtain on music’s gritty and dark reality in Star. Continue reading ‘Star’ to be ‘Empire’ companion on FOX
“A shut eye? What the hell’s that?” a character asks in the trailer for the upcoming Hulu series Shut Eye. Continue reading What’s a ‘Shut Eye’? It’s magic!
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. Continue reading ‘Archer’ fans, meet ‘Pacific Heat’
A charming, not-quite-Cheers spinoff that gradually gets better following a short 6-episode first season. Continue reading ‘Wings’ (Seasons 1 & 2): Bridging ’80s & ’90s situation comedy
Set in a future where companies have seemingly unlimited power, Incorporated centers around Ben Larson, a young executive who risks everything to infiltrate the all-controlling corporate world and save the woman he loves. Continue reading SyFy’s ‘Incorporated’ battles futuristic corporations from the inside
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. Continue reading ‘The Royals’ (Season 1): E!’s throwback to an earlier era
What would you do for the perfect life? Continue reading Hell on Earth, also known as the ‘3%’ on Netflix
Wow, what did I just watch? Continue reading FOX’s ‘Son of Zorn’ unique for network television
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. Continue reading Time to get down with ‘The Get Down’ on Netflix
Goofy-ass humor abounds in Vice Principals, HBO’s newest comedy from Eastbound and Down creators Danny McBride and Jody Hill.
“Bassem thinks he’s found a quick fix for our nation’s immigration problem: Stop making yourself look so enticing to the rest of the world, and take a cue from Flint, Michigan, where the water crisis will help keep away those pesky immigrants.”
The 1980s. Were there ever stranger days? A time when Stranger Things were a happenin’? Continue reading ‘Stranger Things’: A 1980s supernatural mystery
Another interesting bit of animation is coming out this TV season, even if it’s not on regular TV. Continue reading RPG, D&D fans: Check out ‘HarmonQuest’
The Night Of, HBO’s newest “limited series” drama, is dark and mysterious. Continue reading What happened on ‘The Night Of’? HBO has the answer
Gritty. Emotional. Dark.
And a little bloody. Continue reading Fans of British TV: ITV’s ‘Marcella’ hits the States on Netflix
Look out, comedy fans! Night Train with Wyatt Cenac is set to bring the funny to a screen near you. Continue reading Digital net Seeso presents ‘Night Train with Wyatt Cenac’
Camp Stillwater. Would you visit this place? Continue reading ‘Dead of Summer’ hopes to scare Freeform viewers