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Steven Bochco Passes Away in Pacific Palisades

Steven Bochco, a celebrated television writer and producer whose sophisticated prime-time portrayals of gritty courtrooms and police station houses redefined television dramas and pushed the boundaries of onscreen vulgarity and nudity, died on Sunday in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Pacific Palisades. 275 more words


A Series Of Unfortunate Events- the books, the movie or the TV show?

Considering that my current reading is going rather slow, I decided to make a review on everything A Series Of Unfortunate Events. I personally have been a fan of the entire thing for at least 10 years now, it was my first book series I started after finishing Harry Potter. 548 more words


Movie Review: Beastly

Somewhat of a modern take of Beauty and the Beast, but not one I would recommend watching immediately unless you are in high school and like the story. 529 more words


7 reasons to watch 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' season 2

“Look away, look away…” goes the first line of A Series of Unfortunate Events’ opening song. But between that and Patrick Warburton as Lemony Snicket’s constant reminder to the faint of heart to stop watching because a series of unfortunate events is about to unfold, anyone watching would want to stick around ’til each episode’s unfortunate end. 587 more words




Esta semana en nuestro Weekly TV Review hablamos de la 2da temporada de A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS y la infortunada historia de los hermanos Baudelaire. 40 more words


A Series Of Unfortunate Events star Louis Hynes on playing doctor, season 3 and acting with babies

Louis Hynes might be starring in one of Netflix’s best shows at the young age of sixteen, but the pressures of fame or memorising whip-smart scripts is the least of his worries. 1,122 more words


A Series of Unfortunate Events

I never felt like the 2004 film adaptation of ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ truly captured the world that Lemony Snicket brought to life in his thirteen books about the Baudelaires. 1,792 more words