It’s a new year, which means new television. Gone are the days of new series only starting in the fall. Thanks to streaming and cable television, we’re in the golden age of television series.
That being said, all this awesome drama (and comedy) can make it hard to decide what to watch. I know, it’s a rough life. The good (or bad?) news is 2018 is adding even more variety, and welcoming back a few favorites. Read the rest of this entry
This fall television season has seen a lot of new additions, some good and some not so good. But today I’d like to talk about a show that’s in its sophomore season—“The Good Place.”
If you missed the first season of this NBC comedy about the afterlife you can check it out on Netflix, and I suggest you do that now or continue reading at your own risk. In case that wasn’t clear enough, here is your official SPOILER ALERT… Read the rest of this entry
In this the age of streaming, new TV never really stops. So the “fall season” has been rolling out since before the Emmys, and frankly, keeping up with it is impossible. So, as we stare down several more weeks of “Fall Debuts,” I thought I’d take a moment this What to Watch Wednesday to recap and recover. Read the rest of this entry
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
In 2017, there’s a new class of superhero shows coming to the small screen. The first up, “Powerless” made its debut this past week on NBC.
This quirky, office comedy–yes, you read that right, it’s a comedy–takes place in the lesser-known DC Comics’ town of Charm City.
The show stars Vanessa Hudgens as the not yet jaded Emily Locke who has just started her dream job at Wayne Security. A subsidiary of Wayne Enterprises, Wayne Security is run by Van Wayne (Alan Tudyk), Bruce’s less impressive cousin.
As the show’s title suggests “Powerless” is about a ragtag group of non-supers who work to create tools to protect normal people from the dangers of living in a world filled with superheroes and villains. Read the rest of this entry