On the seventh day of the seventh month of the two thousand and twenty-second year, it is foretold that lunar colonies, adorable grandchildren, young Angelino transplants and lots and lots of whammies will overrun your screens. So, be prepared! KATHERINE’S PICK:Moonhaven [AMC+]Set 100 years in … Continue reading What To Watch: 07/07/2022
We’ve got Ryan Murphy sneaking posthumous peeks at a legendary pop art personality’s diary, a new Fab Five with a Teutonic twist, the return of a whole bunch of CW shows, and a bunch of people who, like the Pet Shop Boys, like to “all day all day, watch them all fall down”… or at least we think that’s what that song is about.
The Andy Warhol Diaries [Netflix]
The six-part documentary, executive produced by Ryan Murphy, promises an intimate examination of Warhol’s richer, inner life through interviews, his diaries, and Warhol himself (as a deep fake).
Queer Eye: Germany [Netflix]
Unlike Queer Eye Japan where the American fab five traveled to Japan to work their magic, this German version features a whole new German fab five. I am very interested to see how the dynamics play out and learn more about German Queer culture!
Kung Fu [The CW, 9p]
This reboot’s first season was better than I was expecting it to be and now we enter season 2. There was a lot reckoning in the season finale and the next chapter is sure to deal with a lot of the effects. If that’s not enough, and unexpected visitor may just complicate things even further.
Robin Roberts became famous in the sports world as one of the greatest on screen personalities, and especially interviewers, at ESPN, so it’s no surprise that the indefatigable reporter would be the host of a new talk show–although Disney+ might not have been our guess … Continue reading What To Watch: 07/28/2021
So much new Netflix today and it’s only Wednesday, so you can imagine what Streaming Thursday and Friday are going to look like. We do have a Freeform title that somehow sneaked in as well and Fiona will tell you all about that one. KATHERINE’S … Continue reading What To Watch: 07/14/2021
If nothing else, tonight’s programming runs the ideological gamut from a special about what we can do to improve ourselves as a nation to the return of a hunting show which would make Morrissey cry… well, more so. KATHERINE’S PICK:Amend: The Fight For America [Netflix]This … Continue reading What To Watch: 02/17/2021
We’re in a crossroads of comedy tonight as one rising star debuts a show that’s half new artist showcase, half competition for laughs, while another finds out if his audience is ready to have him back. We’ve also got the usual collection of drunken storytellers, … Continue reading What To Watch: 07/09/2019
Our first favorite program gets its first spinoff — well, not exactly a spinoff, but the mind behind one of Broad City‘s greatest supporting characters gets his own showcase. We also rec a new important documentary, the return of an inebriated, yet informative comedy, and … Continue reading What To Watch: 06/18/2019
And then there were two! Sink the putt and see who your final teams are!
The Elite Eight are now the Final, fantastic, furious four. Let’s sled across the finish line and get voting.
And then there were eight!!!!!!!! The NCAA finals dribble on and so does Screen Scholars March Madness. With eight excellent, elated, and especially edifying television programs remaining, the final winner can be literally any one of them. Why? Because I encourage voting early and often. The … Continue reading Elite Eight: The Polls