The time we all knew was coming is here—the end of the network television season. Back in the dark ages, before streaming and Netflix original programing, that meant that couch potatoes were forced to watch reruns or (gasp) find something other than television to occupy their time.
Thankfully, the television season never ends, and this is also the time of year when networks announce what’s in the pipeline for the upcoming season. So you can spend this time planning out your fall television viewing schedule. Read the rest of this entry
We’ve officially entered the summer television season, which in the past has meant lots and lots of reruns. Thankfully, that’s no longer the case.
In recent years, we’ve seen the rise of the summer series. Usually limited to 10 or so episodes, they require less of a time commitment, and tend to be on the lighter side .
That’s certainly the case for CBS’s new summer, dramedy—“BrainDead.”
It’s a very happy Monday for nerds everywhere. “Star Trek,” is coming back to television…sort of.
CBS announced today that they’re working on a new “Star Trek” series that will debut in January 2017. So, what’s the catch? Read the rest of this entry
This What to Watch Wednesday, I’m paying homage to David Letterman, who wraps up a 33-year career of hosting late night TV tonight (first as the host of “Late Night with David Letterman” and then as the host of “Late Night with David Letterman”).
Now, I know what you’re thinking, and don’t worry, this isn’t going to be another “Top Ten” list. I already got that out of my system when it was announced that Colbert was taking over. Read the rest of this entry