At the top of our recs is a casino-based comedy featuring a grand crew of up-and-coming stars, a globetrotting adventure with a young one at the center, and one of the longest-running dramas on television. BRAD’S PICK:Bust Down [Peacock]When you think gambling, Gary, Indiana, isn’t … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/10/2022
Klunk klunk! Two of the longest running shows return after a break, and for one of those shows the break has been more than a decade. The original version of the police procedural that’s spawned endless spin-offs and tight fives returns to television with a … Continue reading What To Watch: 02/24/2022
We tend to have a wide variety of tastes here at Scholars U, but we do share many basic fandoms. That said, today’s four selections inhabit four distinctly different universes–from edgy, yet charming animation to dark thriller to inspiring true musical journeys to legendary TV … Continue reading What To Watch: 05/20/2021
Katey Sagal is a national treasure and has been since the 1980s. Her new show may be a bit network and basic, but that does not make us any less excited about its debut. We’re also pretty stoked about the animated return of an under-the-radar … Continue reading What To Watch: 04/08/2021
This Thursday’s programming cannot be readily tied together with any theme, so let’s just start with Shonda Rhimes’ decision to make her two programs one narrative apparently. We’ve also got thrillers, animation, office comedy, and a wonderfully named horror film that sounds quite awful. JASON’S … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/11/2021
November will be playing the role of September in this year’s Fall Network schedules — as most of its post-Pandemic dramas are rolling out this week, including the return of the current longest-running scripted drama. Our focus turns to the latest great HBO doc, an … Continue reading What To Watch: 11/12/2020
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
We have a series of upsets following the Sweet Sixteen voting. Grab your paddles and see your Elite Eight after the break.
We must find the One Woman To Rule Them All (don’t tell Tolkein!) in our final Females Are Strong As Hell tournament. So buzz your long, yellow hair, and save Christian Slater, to see which strong-ass ladies remain.
Hoo boy, Happy Friday after to you, and welcome back to March Madness. We’ve got two weeks left of this monster, and we have more emotional upsets than BoJack has board games to throw. See your new bracket below the fold.