In the past couple years, Syfy’s been revamping its television lineup. With the popular shows Eureka having already ended and Warehouse 13 ending soon, the network has been able to focus on developing a lot of new shows to fill its lineup, including new game shows (this summer’s Exit), reality shows (including Naked Vegas and Ghost Mine), and scripted shows (Bitten and Helix).
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Brothers and sisters from my Supernatural family, we’ve had a very rough couple of days. The mid-season finale, “Holy Terror,” has left us bruised, battered and broken, what with the rise of Gadreel and Metatron, the semi-return of Angel!Castiel and Dean’s trademark OPT (one perfect tear, for those who don’t know) sliding down his scruffy cheek in the last moments of the episode. 383 more words
Parks and Recreation is one of the happiest office television shows I know of. Every single character is unique. While some characters show us what not to do (i.e. 496 more words
David Lynch is a unique creature. His works are something of mental labyrinths, stimulating and at times seemingly impossible to figure out (most notably Lost Highway and Inland Empire). 479 more words
I’m a sucker for Christmas and the Holiday spirit. Each year, this time of year, I’m the happiest girl alive. Christmas fairs, hot cocoa, sledding, Christmas presents, tree decorations, fireworks, snow ball fights, making snow puppets, resolutions, Christmas music, good food, happy people, and basically everything else associated with the holidays season can count on my enthusiasm. 1,230 more words
The Dead Has Arisen!
I’ve been noticing a trend this season on television. I’m not sure if it’s the success of cable’s foray into series television or what, but network television has gotten darker this season. 245 more words