Tonight’s options for distraction include the corrupt, the bizarre, and the family. Without further ado, it’s time to start rec’ing. JASON’S PICK: The Scheme [HBO, 8p] As we have no March Madness to distract us (we’d normally be going into Final Four weekend right now), … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/31/2020
Sadly, our original featured pick has become more conspicuous for its absence. Hasan Minhaj’s voice is sorely needed, but we understand as of all the late night shows, his is the one most dependent on audience participation. Hopefully he’s OK and we’re sure when he’s … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/29/2020
Jason Bateman’s less supernatural thriller returns for a third season while a new reality competition featuring Runway castaways Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn debut. John Oliver was right to make them three of the people he likes and admires on his episode about multi-level marketing(you … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/27/2020
Everything in our rec’s is so timely. Well, OK, maybe not the goofy comedy, even if it does have Screen Scholar favorite Eugene Cordero as one of its Washington State-based firefighters. BRAD’S PICK: Kill Chain: The Cyber War on America’s Elections [HBO, 9p] Do I … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/26/2020
eerfeeefe JASON’S PICK: Full Frontal with Samantha Bee [TBS, 10:30p] With her husband, fellow ex-Daily Show correspondent and TBS star Jason Jones, on camera and kids holding cue cards, Samantha Bee returns to the airwaves in her first post-Trump Pandemic full show. Her take on … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/25/2020
We’re all looking for distraction right now, so we have the original deep-diver Ken Burns looking into race and wage disparities as they affect public housing, the return of one of our not-so-guilty-pleasures (in the rare streaming-to-network move), and a new comedy hour from one … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/24/2020
Footballers and tigers and authors, oh my!