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Anyone else out there loving the glory of Poldark on PBS?

I mean, how can you resist?

I haven’t seen the two-hour season finale yet (airing this coming Sunday), but as for the rest of the season so far, I’m loving it. 840 more words

Pop Culture

The CW is Developing a Dystopic 'Little Women' TV Series

We shouldn’t really be surprised that someone is trying to make the beloved novel, Little Women, into a TV series again. Most of us grew up with the story of the March sisters – Mary, Jo, Beth and Amy – as they go through childhood to womanhood. 324 more words

Film And TV Production

Five Great Book-To-Film Adaptations

*This is a guest post written by Shant Istamboulian, writer of Shantipedia. Check out his awesome post and fantastic blog. Thursdays are guest post day. 1,034 more words


The real challenge of the Pop Sugar Reading challenge

For me, anyway, I don’t have any trouble reading 52 books. There are still a few on the list that stump me, but with five months to figure them out, it should work. 1,178 more words


Take a Look at the Frontrunners For the Leads in 'Looking For Alaska'

The latest John Green adaptation, Paper Towns, just hit theaters this weekend, but everyone is already thinking about casting for the next one, Looking For Alaska… 253 more words


The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio

Before watching the movie: When I ask someone new for a movie recommendation, there’s a high likelihood they’ll suggest something I’ve already seen. There’s a very slim chance they’ll recommend something I’ve never even heard of. 634 more words


Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell Recap: "The Black Tower"

“The Black Tower” might be the single best episode of television I’ve watched so far in 2015. It’s superbly written on its own, and it shines as an adaptation of a much-beloved novel. 2,371 more words