With all the turmoil of two weeks ago on ‘Hitting the Fan’ and then the morning after hangover of ‘The Next Day,’ Sunday night’s “The Good Wife” episode, ‘The Next Week,’ found the show getting back into its normal routine
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What better way to honor our soldiers past and present than immersing ourselves in some Streampix feature films and documentaries, offering us the thrill of combat from the safety of our living room couches.
Give credit to “Saturday Night Live” executive producer Lorne Michaels. The man knows how to build—and rebuild—a franchise. Marking the show’s 39th season as a late-night fixture on NBC, Michaels has managed to keep the cast fresh, and this year is no exception.
If last week’s episode of “The Good Wife,” the aptly titled “Hitting the Fan,” chronicled the climactic blow-up of the Lockhart & Gardner, this week’s “The Next Day” found both sides staking their ground and moving into an uncertain future.
When Tina Fey’s “30 Rock” debuted on NBC, Oct. 11, 2006, expectations were none too high for the TV satire based on the writer’s own experiences at “Saturday Night Live.” Over seven seasons, all of which will be available on Streampix, there were many highlights. Here are 10 of our favorites.
If you’re still stuck for a Halloween costume, we say look no further than Streampix for the following 10 brilliant movie and TV-inspired ideas about how to scare the bejeezus out of your neighbors and, at the same time, impress them with your filmic knowledge.
Last night’s aptly titled “Hitting the Fan” episode of “The Good Wife” was the culmination of this season’s domino-like set-up, as all hell broke loose at the beleaguered law firm of Lockhart & Gardner.
There’s much to be gleaned from a perusal of Streampix’s movie collection, a chance to catch up on some old classics, or check out something you’ve read about, but never seen.
With the Golden Globes and Oscar races heating up, awards season is about to get underway, and what better way to survey the contenders than to check up on their early work, available on Streampix?
It took four seasons and four episodes, but the firm of Lockhart & Gardner is about to implode in a major way after last Sunday’s installment of “The Good Wife.”