Neither our top Superhero nor our top Spooky(?) is that much of a surprise–the saucy, whiskey-soaked best Defenders-puzzle piece Jessica Jones grabs the former, while the current pre-eminent sci-fi anthology claims the latter. Any way you slice it, Netflix is the winner. Go forth and vote, good Scholars! … Continue reading Sweet 16: Superhero vs. Spooky
We have our Family Comedy and Family Dramedy representatives–it’s the Belchers and the Villanuevas, respectively. Now comes the hardest part of all as they go head to head as the musical madness of Bob’s Burgers faces the quirky dramatics of Jane the Virgin. We’ve added some goofy featurettes to help you … Continue reading Sweet 16: Family Comedy vs. Family Dramedy
A prestige drama from Politics is facing our Military drama in a battle between prestige cable and over-the-air television. Homeland eked out a win against Madam Secretary while NCIS: Los Angeles sank a slam dunk against S.W.A.T., its CBS-based competition. Head over to our brackets at Bracket Ninja to start voting!
We’re in the finals for the Reboots vs. Decades Ago bracket, and the only commonalities between these sitcoms are their decade! ABC’s Fresh Off the Boat is set in the ’90s, whereas Will & Grace debuted in the ’90s. Both shows embody the importance of family, whether it’s the … Continue reading Sweet 16: Decades Ago vs. Reboot
Welcome to the finals! Our first bracket of the weekend pits an almost-true story, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, against Drunk History, a comedy about maybe-drunks telling true stories. The Scholars love both of these shows, and of the eight shows in this bracket at its … Continue reading Sweet 16: Based On A True Story vs. Women Be Doing It For Themselves
The Screen Scholars’ take on Third Month Mania, which itself is apparently based on some sort of hoop-based ball playing festival, continues as all the Second Round match-ups have been revealed and are available for voting below, so here’s the deal: We have 32 shows … Continue reading March Madness: Part Deux
We’re back to the monsters of Late Night, which occasionally includes hot takes on culture, which we’ve affectionately dubbed Fake News. Now that we’re into the semi-finals, we’re fine with admitting that the line is blurry.