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Broadcast Broken Bad

Drama for Broadcast Television’s Future  (Written March 2013)

“You clearly don’t know who you’re talking to, so let me clue you in,” says Walter White to his concerned wife. 3,057 more words

Sam Ekren

An Awesome 'Glee' First - Amber Riley Sings Debut Single on Last Week's Episode

Are you a Gleek? I certainly am. I’ve watched every Glee episode ever and if you are, you know too that some episodes and seasons have been better than others. 537 more words

TV & Movies

N Is For NCIS - Spinoff, After Spinoff, After Spinoff

I used to love watching JAG (yes, this post is about NCIS, bare with me, people). It was interesting, engaging, had likable characters, and mostly smart story lines, specifically if you compared it with what was on television at that time.   475 more words

A To Z Challenge

Face Off Season Six: Howl Wolf

Our final four contestants were given a reprieve last week as the show founds a way to extend its Jim Henson’s Creature Shop Challenge lead in by making Top Four Week take two episodes. 1,057 more words


Cultural Studies, TV Studies, & Empathy

I believe the cultural studies project could benefit from a paradigm shift in its approach to television. Television studies is in the middle of what I wou… 7 more words


Game of Tywin

Face it–Tywin is the one really in charge of the Seven Kingdoms. it doesn’t matter who is on the throne. It could be Joffrey and Tommen or even Cersei and Jaime sharing a seat. 48 more words


The Voice Season Six: NonLive Playoffs Round 3

It’s the final day of the no-longer-live play offs, and the good news was this gimmick was over before I got bored of it. The better news is next week we finally start voting, with all the result shows and iTues rankings that entails. 623 more words