We’re finally here! The NCAA has wrapped up its tournament, and Screen Scholars has, too. Skate your way below to the break to see which show won.
While on Wednesday, we may wear pink, on Thursdays, we wear monk’s robes, devil horns, and, well, pink. It’s really quite the party. So, here’s what we rec up on the telly tonight! JASON’S PICK: The Name Of The Rose [Sundance, 10p] Umberto Eco’s … Continue reading What To Watch: 05/23/2019
Jimmy Kimmel and legendary show creator Norman Lear bring the 1970s back to life with recreations of classic episodes of both All in the Family and The Jeffersons with all-star casts — including Wanda Sykes as Weezy! Meanwhile, our favorite vampire comedy and family drama with new … Continue reading What To Watch: 05/22/2019
It’s Nerdy Monday here at our humble abode — whether your nerderie runs towards history, superheroes, or love stories. Read below for our suggested viewing. KATHERINE’S PICK: Private Lives Of The Monarchs [Smithsonian, 8p] The series premiere of this new show examines Queen Victoria and … Continue reading What To Watch: 05/20/2019
It’s a day of finales — or more precisely of one near-M*A*S*H level finale (sorry, Bill Hader, but if it is any consolation, at least one editor here has the audacity to be more excited to see your show). Yup, of course, we are starting … Continue reading What To Watch: 05/19/2019
Five days you work, one whole day to play; come on everybody wear your rollerskates today… and bounce rock over to your television as there are things on, including the season finale of the longest-running comedy sketch series (or pretty much anything without the words … Continue reading What To Watch: 05/18/2019
Fridays were made for all different kinds of awkward, and three out of four certainly display that in simple ways, from Phoebe Waller Bridge’s dark heroine to an angry guy who loves his small dog to the classic fighter pilot who can’t believe it’s codified … Continue reading What To Watch: 05/17/2019
The Wandering Soap Opera: “Chilean reality as seen from the point of view of soap operas, in which four factions are on the verge of war.”
Zilla & Zoe: “To win the contest of her dreams, Zoe will have to turn her sister’s wedding into a horror film.”
Walking On Water …It’s a Christo documentary.
Shed of the Dead is a zombie comedy.
De De Pyaar De is a Bollywood rom com. A 50-year-old falls in love with a 26-year-old.
The Sun Is Also A Star is a teen drama based on the best selling novel. A teen girl meets and falls in love the day before her family is due to leave (a result of deportation) New York City.
All Creatures Here Below is a drama? about a couple “living on the fringes” who “strike out” for what’s owed to them, setting off a “chain of events” that cannot be stopped.
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum is the third John Wick movie!
The Tomorrow Man stars John Lithgow and Blythe Danner. They deserve better than this.
The Souvenir is a drama. An ambitious student falls in love in spite of her controlling mother. Starring Tilda Swinton and her daughter, Honor Swinton Byrne.
Trial By Fire stars Jack O’Connell as Cameron Todd Willingham, a man accused (and executed) for the death of his children. The trailer caught fire and maybe he didn’t do it? Inspired by the very good New Yorker article.
A Dog’s Journey is the sequel to A Dog’s Purpose.
Photograph is a drama. A Mumbai street photographer convinces a shy woman to pretend to be his betrothed.
Aniara is a science fiction film. People try to live on Mars when Earth is no longer habitable.
Coming Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019:
Asbury Park: Riot Redemption Rock ‘n Roll is a documentary about the New Jersey beach town and its storied musical history.
Today on Hulu:
Today on Netflix:
Chip & Potato
See You Yesterday
The Rain, season two
Well Intended Love
White Gold, season two