Call it a reverse April Fool’s treat, as Netflix drops a new thriller from the Blumhouse family. They also have a new show on Hulu about practical jokes that become darker and darker (that almost sounds like a prank itself now). Meanwhile, our most prolific … Continue reading What To Watch: 04/01/2019
While many shows are on break for holidays, some aren’t, and there are some cool debuts on the margins. JASON’S PICK: Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland [HBO, 9p] Of the way too many examples of how dangerous it is to be … Continue reading What to Watch: 12/03/2018
Three of us recommend refined entertainment, while one of us really likes cats (you can probably guess which one is writing this feature intro).
Do people ever complain about Halloween season starting too soon? Nine days to go and at least half, if not three fourths, of our recommendations have some sort of horror (and if you add singing disasters, we could go for all four). JASON’S PICK A … Continue reading What to Watch: 10/22/2018
A crazy ex comes calling for Seattle zombies, heisting women are living large, and a bunch of superheroes throw a party in the wild, wild west. Meanwhile, Netflix outdoes Roseanne Barr in the normalizing autocrats vs. creating art argument. JASON’S PICK: iZombie [The CW, 9p] What … Continue reading What to Watch: 04/09/2018
It’s the end of the basketballs, as Villanova takes on Michigan for the NCAA Tournament championship. As that March Madness finishes up, so does our own March Madness reach its own with a battle of half-hour comedies between The Good Place and Bob’s Burgers. Also tonight, we’ve got … Continue reading What to Watch: 04/02/2018
The highly anticipated true gothic horror of the new AMC series The Terror hit its mark in a big way as the two-part debut wins its opening night. Truly, every show airing last night received mostly positive reviews, save for a Screen Scholars fave that laid … Continue reading Monday’s Best: The Terror