We’ve examined our 10 favorite outsized personalities represented by Streampix’s movie collection. Now it’s time to do the same on the TV side.
Category Archives: Friday Night Lights
So, you’ve got the kids home for the holidays and run out of things to do one day in. We’ve got the solution. Simply head on over to Streampix and check out these 10 movies, then you can finish up decorating the tree, hanging the mistletoe, shopping and slogging down egg nogs. And some of them are even age-appropriate… for those over 12!
There’s nothing better leading up to the holiday than watching turkey-themed episodes of some of your favorite Streampix TV shows.
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?
“Friday Night Lights” almost didn’t survive its first season. After it debuted on NBC in fall 2006 on Tuesdays, then was relegated midway through to—yep, the graveyard of Friday night at 8 p.m.—the drama about a Texas high school football team was low-rated but critically beloved.
Celebrating Mother’s Day can be tricky at times. Streampix is here to help celebrate the big day with these shows featuring some of TV’s most fascinating moms.
Denise Sherwood from “Army Wives“ Series: “Army Wives” is an ensemble drama on Lifetime that centers around the lives of a group of military spouses living on a U.S. Army… More
No matter how good or bad a series is, there’s always a sameness to nearly all of them. It’s a Cop Show or a Workplace Comedy or a Primetime Soap. Find a popular genre, and then find a way to bring people back to it when they have 137 other, similar viewing options.
Emmy-winner Kyle Chandler has been cast in the leading role in Showtime’s “The Vatican,” the network announced Friday. In the provocative drama about religion, power and politics, Chandler will star… More
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The creator of TV’s “Friday Night Lights” is accusing Mitt Romney of plagiarizing a phrase from the show to use as a campaign slogan. Peter Berg… More