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.
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Who is the biggest gangster on “The Good Wife?” Is it Will (Josh Charles), who is determined to turn Lockhart-Gardner into a nationwide legal empire? Is it the message board… More
It’s Thursday chicos, my favorite TV watching day all week! I can’t wait for primetime to come around so that I can kick back, relax, and watch many of my favorite shows. The DVR will be working overtime again but that’s ok, it’s the price you pay for excellent entertainment.
Although it’s been showered with Emmy nominations and critical praise, “The Good Wife” has gotten a little lost on Sunday night in the midst of cable’s big guns—HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and “Boardwalk Empire,” Showtime’s final season of “Dexter,” “Ray Donovan” and the new “Masters of Sex,” AMC’s “Mad Men,” “Breaking Bad” and “The Walking Dead”—but it remains the perfect example of what network TV does best, tearing its narratives from the day’s headlines.
Perhaps the greatest TV talk show ever, though, wasn’t actually a “real” program at all, but HBO’s groundbreaking “The Larry Sanders Show,” a fictional chat fest which was even more authentic than the actual thing it mercilessly satirized.
When “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” returns for its 15th season this fall, we pick up in Olivia Benson’s (Mariska Hargitay) apartment just a few hours after we left her in the cliffhanger finale — with a gun to her head, courtesy of Lewis (Pablo Schreiber), a rapist so horrible he is called the Beast.
“The Good Wife” ended its fourth season with a game-changing cliffhanger: The series protagonist Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) is leaving Lockhart-Gardner, the law firm where she has worked since the series began, to start a new firm with another Lockhart-Gardner lawyer, Cary (Matt Czuchry).
Fans who remember HBO’s take on late-night in “The Larry Sanders Show” were in for a treat on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.” One of the “Late Night” guests was… More
It’s time to get Psych-ed again. The USA Network’s long-running series, about crime-solving fake psychic Sean Spencer (James Roday) and fellow investigator Gus Guster (Dule Hill), returns for a seventh season on Feb. 27.
“Arrested Development” fans, your wait is almost over. Fourteen new episodes will premiere on Netflix sometime in May, and all of them will be available at the same time, though… More