Movies! Here are some ideas if you can’t get in to a sold out screening of Sorry to Bother You.
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
Tonight is all about the celebration of drama, and there’s also the 72nd Annual Tony Awards (ba dum bum). One of the most underrated comedies sneaks back onto Fox tonight. Also, we’ll get a lot of people looking very serious-minded to the side if the … Continue reading What to Watch: 06/10/2018
Over the course of three weeks of voting, our field of 64 shows has been narrowed down to an impressive Final Two. You can vote by clicking on the bracket below: On one side, we have a comedy about an elaborate after-life that in the … Continue reading TV Family Tree: Bob’s Burgers & The Good Place
Our Late Night vs. Fake News bracket comes to a delightful, perfect end by pitting BET’s The Rundown with Robin Thede and TBS’s Full Frontal with Samantha Bee against each other. The editors both shows and adore both hosts. They’re funny, they’re charming, and they’re total badasses. Head over to … Continue reading Sweet 16: Late Night vs. Fake News
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
Time-traveling superheroes travel one year before “Rock Around the Clock” to try and save rock’n’roll, a trio of reluctant cons try their hand at smuggling, a businessman continues to try to evade his birthright ties to the Russian mob, while Valentine’s Day comes a bit … Continue reading What to Watch: 03/12/2018