This week, I had a lot of feelings about the busy week in news. Let’s get to it.
Agent Carter came roaring back into our living rooms and onto our computer screens this week. Following last week’s jam-packed episode of character exploration, Peggy’s work finally catches up to her.
I cannot believe we are already halfway through the first season of Agent Carter. I really like the miniseries or British TV series feel of only doing eight-episode seasons. It keeps the characters fresh without bogging them down in repetitive monster-of-the-week episodes. A lot of major television shows could benefit from doing 13-episode seasons instead of […]
It’s official! After nearly two decades since the first all-Asian American sitcom aired, All-American Girl, starring comedian Margaret Cho, ABC has picked up Fresh Off the Boat as part of their 2014-2015 primetime lineup. This is exciting news for many different reasons because: 1) I’m a huge fan of the show’s creator, Eddie Huang; 2) again, […]
Read the news at your own risk. Then look at kittens follow for cuddly recovery.
After last week’s pilot episode, I kind of knew what to expect from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. I knew it was going to be a superhero procedural with a Whedon twist. I knew that Marvel and Disney were giving them movie budgets for the whole season. It has delivered on that promise so far, albeit a bit […]
When Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was first announced as an idea, this fan girl squeeed. A new Joss Whedon show combined with the Marvel Universe? That sounded like the best damn match made in heaven. After all, The Avengers was an awesome movie. A lot of people were wondering if this show was ever going to work. […]
I wasn’t expecting Mrs. White in the kitchen with the revolver, but I did think ABC’s new murder mystery show, Whodunnit?, would be a lot more entertaining.
This spring, some shows are finally returning (Mad Men), while others are premiering (Hannibal, Bates Motel, How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)). But I’m more concerned with what shows are coming back to our screens this fall.
I have always loved a good mystery. My favorite board game has and always will be Clue (honorable mention: Mall Madness), I used to read Nancy Drew books like they were going out of style, and the greatest episode ever of Saved by the Bell was when Lisa won a murder mystery weekend for the […]
Confession: I don’t own a television. Before you start throwing things, I’m not self-righteous about it. (I don’t think anyone with an affinity for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills can be. Camille forever!) I regularly have TV nights with friends (at their apartments, of course) and I think Hulu is one of the greatest […]
So there I was, watching Dancing with the Stars, bemoaning that it was a pale comparison for the real dance show, So You Think You Can Dance, when I saw a commercial for Scandal. It’s the latest from Shonda Rhimes, and features Kerry Washington in the lead role, as well as a supporting cast full […]
Recently I have been re-watching Lost from the beginning. This is unusual for me. I see something once, I like it or I don’t and that’s it. It is extremely unusual for me to re-watch a movie or reread a book. For me, Lost is an exception to every rule, which is probably why I’m currently […]
How many talk show hosts do you need to have a successful daytime program? I ask this because I’m watching The Chew, a new show airing on ABC that features five chefs/lifestyle experts sharing tips on everything from how to make lasagna to setting the perfect table. The hosts are celebrity chefs Mario Batali and […]