The long, twisting, twisted saga of Rebecca Bunch comes to an end tonight as she chooses Nathaniel, Greg, or original target of her total life uproot, Josh, none, or all — an event followed . There’s also a whole lotta streaming going on, so let’s … Continue reading What To Watch: 04/05/2019
Friday is mostly about the streaming, and Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon all have new seasons of shows (and in some case, new shows), so let’s get into the hunters, zombies, and spies you can now binge. Oh, and Pete Buttigeg, the gay Democrat your racist, … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/29/2019
Now we are back to heroines finding themselves, in spite of strife and judgment. Cheer your way under the fold and show the remaining comedies (spoiler!) your support.
Last year we had a division called Women Be Doing it For Themselves, a reference to the great, canceled too soon, Playing House. Women may not make equal pay, they may not be President (…yet), but there are at least 16 programs where they’re doing something. This year … Continue reading March Madness: Females Are Strong As Hell
…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!
Beware the Ides of March, because in the age of Peak TV (have we mentioned it’s Peak TV in the last few days — well, it is) that means more new programming than you could possibly watch in a weekend, so let’s just dig in. … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/15/2019
“Up all night, sleep all day!” Among other things, those Nostradamuses of hair metal, Slaughter, foretold of this Friday night of Peak TV. There really is just too much on (even if we believe in our heart of hearts that there is no such thing). … Continue reading What To Watch: 02/08/2019
Picking the best episodes from a year during Peak TV is kind of like putting together a (very long) mixtape for a friend. As on a good mixtape where you strive to pick one song to share from a beloved artist, leaving out classics you … Continue reading Best Of 2018: Our Favorite Episodes
Natasha Lyonne has fared pretty well on Netflix as an integral part of the ensemble on its arguably most successful show. Tonight, she takes the lead on the streaming giant’s latest original — and it’s got an intriguing Groundhog Day-esque premise. Meanwhile John Malkovich takes … Continue reading What To Watch: 02/01/2019
Supernatural shenanigans abound tonight, including a new twist on a teenage witch, sexy psychics, and the return of the Great Pumpkin — this year he’ll be here, Linus promises, and we’re gonna wait with him, just after we kick this football his sister is holding. … Continue reading What to Watch: 10/26/2018