It’s an old “Bachelor” trope at this point that every incumbent on the ABC series uses the word “journey” approximately forty thousand times to describe his experience over the course… More
Category Archives: Midseason 2013
What would happen if a former diamond thief were released from fifteen years in prison, and by way of a series of odd circumstances, wound up assuming the identity of… More
Once upon a time, Carrie Bradshaw was a virgin. Hard to believe. When viewers met her 15 years ago in HBO’s hit comedy “Sex and the City,” Carrie, as played by Sarah Jessica Parker, was a self-styled “sexual anthropologist” who wrote a New York newspaper column based on her ongoing “research,” ably assisted by her femship with three gal pals.
Contrary to recent reports, “Dancing with the Stars” will still air twice a year as always, offering “DWTS” fans both spring and fall editions of the ABC dance competition. On… More
After Kristen Wiig and Andy Samberg left “Saturday Night Live” last year, Fred Armisen also considered bidding the show adieu. “It’s something we all think about,” he says. “It’s the… More
There has been a lull. Talk of “Girls” settled down after its bombshell first season as fans took the opportunity to catch their breath.
One of midseason’s most compelling new shows is the FX spy thriller “The Americans,” and what’s really intriguing about it is that viewers may not be rooting for the home… More
Chris Rock isn’t ready to headline his own TV show again, but if he were, he’d want a deal like his friend Louis C.K. has with FX. Appearing at a… More
Fox entertainment chairman Kevin Reilly on Tuesday acknowledged that his TV network had struggled to find an audience last season but said he hoped for a better performance going forward.
There’s a lot of killer TV on these days, quite literally. From “Dexter” to “American Horror Story” to “Criminal Minds,” TV is darker than ever, and soon, there will be… More