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Review: Riverdale, the Show, Not the Bronx Neighborhood

Jughead: ex-best friend…sad!

by Maureen Shelley
Staff Television Enthusiast

The Archie comic series may have begun in 1941, but the new spinoff TV drama series, Riverdale, feels modern and original. 685 more words


'Tales from the Crypt' nostalgia recap: "The Sacrifice"

Season 2 | Episode 7 | Originally Aired May 15, 1990
Directed by Richard Greenberg; written by Ross Thomas

The seal is broken—my Tales from the Crypt… 1,140 more words

Fox Renews "Lethal Weapon" TV Series for A Second Season

Lethal Weapon is not the grittiest drama or most serious cop show on television, but it is a heck of a lot of fun. And, fortunately, enough people agree: Riggs and Murtaugh are getting another season to see how much of LA they can blow up much to the frustration of their long-suffering captain. 136 more words

Entertainment News

Teaira McCowan making case for sixth player of the year

STARKVILLE – Vic Schaefer watched an analyst on television recently discuss the nation’s top post players and their field goal percentages without mentioning Mississippi State center Teaira McCowan. 461 more words

SEC News

I'm Watchin' Thangs

Hi there!

Have some mini reviews:

The Expanse:

This is an extremely mini review, as I’ve not actually sat down to watch an entire episode, even as they keep accumulating on my DVR. 2,657 more words


Maisie Williams Wished Sophie Turner a Happy Birthday With an Epic Game of Thrones Message

Maisie Williams is definitely a fan of hilarious throwback photos of herself and Game of Thrones co-star Sophie Turner. The Arya Stark actor took to Twitter Tuesday to wish Turner — who plays her onscreen sister Sansa — a happy 21st birthday with a picture of the pair back in the early days of the HBO drama. 63 more words

The Museum of Classic Chicago Television Archive

Fuzzy Memories TV

The Museum of Classic Chicago Television (FuzzyMemoriesTV) is constantly searching out vintage material on old videotapes saved in basements or attics, or sold at flea markets, garage sales, estate sales and everywhere in between. 233 more words