It’s the night of the great battle — we’re talking long enough for Roddy Piper to get Keith David to put on the glasses six-plus times (THEY MATH!). There’s also a new hard-hitting show from a controversial Obama appointee, the sixtieth on-air show that Greg … Continue reading What To Watch: 04/28/2019
Only two of our shows from Pleasant Acres: A Place to Visit made it to the finish line. Now, only two remain. Warm up your waffle iron, and lace up your kicks, to vote below the fold.
Bart goes all Reddit/MensRights-y when Itchy & Scratchy‘s writers decide to give the show-within-a-show an all-female re-boot, but Nicole Byer, Akwafina, and Chelsea Paretti voice some kids who keep him in line. Meanwhile, dead keep walking, sports gambling is a fucked-up racket, and our favorite … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/24/2019
In our final games today for March Madness, we present 16 shows with fully-realized universes. This is another subdivided division — what can I say, there’s a lot of repetition in the media — and then we have only two more divided regions. As for … Continue reading March Madness: Pleasant Acres
…Oh, was that the wrong sports reference? Welcome back to Screen Scholars March Madness! Some of us don’t give a wit for balls, but all of us love television. We’d be remiss if we tossed aside the one feature that brings clicks to our site–and … Continue reading March Madness 2019 Kickoff!
Not quite as insane a week as last where we covered 20 shows, but still a pretty active St. Patrick’s Night of programming if you are still standing up. And if nothing there moves you, and you’re hopelessly Irish, like at least 2/5 of us, … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/17/2019
It’s no lazy Sunday (check out the 18 tags) led by one of the gaudiest programs to hit television this decade’s return for a second season — that it’s an adaption from the work of Neil Gaiman is unsurprising. We also have full Showtime and … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/10/2019