Now that the spring television season is ending, I’m sad about going many months without one of my new favorite shows: the Fox hit, Lucifer.
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Project Runway Junior and The Self: Do You Know Who You Are?
With the debut of Project Runway Junior tonight, I reflect on what I was doing at 13. Did I have any idea who I was then, and where I’d be now?
A TV Tuesday Showdown: HTGAWM versus Quantico
Let’s compare two hit ABC shows for TV Tuesday (and NaBloPoMo Day 10). Which does it better, How to Get Away with Murder, or Quantico?
TV Tuesday: How Monday Nights Became “Must See TV”
I realized last night that Monday, all of a sudden, has become a big night for TV for me. Here’s why, and which shows get my DVR’s coveted attention.
Why is Hate-Watching A Thing?
With Peter Pan Live, one of the year’s most anticipated hate-watch events, airing tonight, I try to understand the practice of hate-watching.
Why I Finally Gave Up On Gotham
I finally decided to give up on Gotham, the new Batman-origin-story drama on Fox, deleting it completely from my DVR. Here’s why.
RIP Selfie: Are TV Romcoms An Endangered Species?
While trying to keep my craving to re-watch The Office at bay, I size up the fall season’s new crop of romantic TV sitcoms, most of which have already been canceled.
In Defense of: The Newsroom
Aaron Sorkin’s latest series The Newsroom returns tonight for its final season on HBO, and I, for one, am excited. The Newsroom faces a lot of scrutiny and has had some pretty not nice things said about it, some of which I agree with. And yet, I still love it and I’m looking forward to its return.
Some Love for The Good Wife
I’m not just a fan of the CBS drama The Good Wife, I also recap the show. Here’s a little love and a little about my latest recap.
TV Fugit: Time Flies When There’s Too Much Stuff on Your DVR
It’s funny to write an ode to summer television when we’re already in the middle of October, but so be it. Just shows how quickly I lose track of time.