In the middle of an ocean of true crime (including two programs with murder in the title) and feigned reality, two intriguing new scripted shows — from somewhat familiar sources — emerge alongside a tantalizing array of sweets. 277 more words
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Ha ha. Wishful thinking.
By now, we’ve all heard that the new tax code provides a 20% tax deduction for many small businesses, including potentially independent contractors. 536 more words
For many Gen Xers, the TV show Friends defined an era, our era.
The show started airing in September 1994, during my last year in high school. 404 more words
It’s the NFL playoffs’ penultimate weekend – aka The Patriots Playground, and we don’t say that with any hint of love or veneration. More importantly, it’s another industry night as the Screen Actors Guild hands out its awards, as it has annually for as many years as there are hours for Jack Bauer to save America (and Screen Scholars has its nomination for if ever Bulwer-Lytton adds a non-fiction blog category). 193 more words
After last week’s supercharged Friday of many debuts, this Friday reverts back to relatively normal, but with a couple gigantic returns, each focusing on different stages of life — but both likely to feature something mind-altering and green, albeit one a bit more than the other. 166 more words
Portland quirks and a journey to the center of Hell highlight tonight’s menu of televised goodness (and evilness). Also, a new network (Paramount) emerges from the ashes of a testosterone-fueled juggernaut(?) torn down by a social media department that at least seem to have a sense of humor about its departing channel’s shortcomings. 316 more words
While there’s not quite enough new or returning shows to have a plethora of shows, TV blesses us tonight with the debut of the latest Comedy Central comedy (hey, we’ll watch anything with Aparna Nancherla) and the return of Ryan Murphy’s successful 150 more words