One thing for certain this Sunday night, between the BET Awards, the definite liberal bent of all the scripted shows in our recommendations tonight, and the 76-year-old classic film Katherine suggests, there will be a lot of attacks on our feckless leader. And if we’re … Continue reading What to Watch: 06/24/2018
Tonight we examine two returning shows that couldn’t be more different, but they’re both definitions of the return of cool in their own particular manner. Side note: the HL’d Luke Cage trailer makes use of one of the best hip-hop intro songs of all time. BRAD’S PICK: … Continue reading What to Watch: 06/22/2018
This weekend there’s a little film about dinosaurs! Plus a drama starring Paul Rudd.
It’s the triumphant(?) return of Kevin Costner to a small screen he’s never regularly appeared on–but it takes place in the plains states, so he’s not entirely unfamiliar. There’s also a lot of thrillers and reality shows. KATHERINE’S PICK: Yellowstone [Paramount, 9p] Taylor Sheridan, who people … Continue reading What to Watch: 06/20/2018
News and history are under attack in today’s environment, so it’s fitting that we are highlighting one show about each. FIONA’S PICK: The Bold Type [Freeform, 8p] This show is so good! It shows us kind, strong, career driven women and empowering female friendships. I’m honestly … Continue reading What to Watch: 06/19/2018
Grab the kids, Incredibles 2 is here.
Anthony Bourdain (1956-2018) Anthony Bourdain passed this past Friday (June 8th) and we are all mourning. I will miss his straight-shooter candor and his speaking up for marginalized communities. And while we might have bonded IRL about our love of movies and pop culture, I have … Continue reading He Split From The Whole F-ing Program