A new anthology focuses on the spouses (speeces?) of the leader of the United States (at least for the first episode) with Michelle Obama, Betty Ford, and Eleanor Roosevelt as the first three profiled. It boasts an impressive cast (if not matching early reviews). We’ve … Continue reading What To Watch: 04/17/2022
A new wrongfully accused crime drama comes in as the zombies do their exit for the second of three times in its final season. Meanwhile everyone is murdering pretty much everyone on that show with “killing” in its name (well, presumably except Eve) and Louise … Continue reading What To Watch: 04/10/2022
Another week, another major entertainment award show–hopefully this time Taylor Swift does not punch out Ed Sheeran for making a joke about Jake Gyllenhaal’s puggle–and we know they are not currently a pair and likely never ever getting back together… and that that song wasn’t … Continue reading What To Watch: 04/03/2022
It’s that day when statues are handed out for being the greatest pretenders, when we remember some of the people who died in the last year (and inevitably forget to remember at least one all-time great), and when voices battle red-lit fanfares to get the … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/27/2022
It’s hard to fathom that at one point in the 1970s, the NBA was floundering–although based on its trailer, the new movie starring John C. Reilly Bohemian Rhapsodizes (aka exaggerates) the misfortunes of the Lakers who were 12 games over .500 and a perennial contender … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/06/2022
The cat-and-mouse game between Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh’s “Eve” enters into its endgame (or does it?) of a fourth season. Meanwhile, a pretty solid set of Sunday night HBO/Showtime offerings carry on with the latter starting a star-studded anthology about online advances(?). FIONA’S PICK:Killing … Continue reading What To Watch: 02/27/2022
While it’s a relatively quiet Sunday (partially being Memorial Day weekend), the HBO/Showtime lineups shine, including the far-too-quick finale of an underappreciated dark road comedy.
Many Sunday. Much shows. We’ll lead with one of two Bong Joon-ho adaptations scheduled for this year. There’s also a new thrilling drama from the folks at Starz and Louise Belcher makes a friend in the middle of Animation Domination.
We celebrate the first (and hopefully only) Mother’s Day in quarantine with an abundance of television to warm your hearts — and other than a Comedy Central special and a few vague themes on Fox’s animated line-up, most of them have nothing to do with … Continue reading What To Watch: 05/10/2020
The days in national mutual seclusion have been blending in together so seamlessly that you may or may not remember today is Easter (or that we’re flush in the middle of Passover, if that’s your religious jam). Whatever your connection to holidays of faith, there … Continue reading What To Watch: 04/12/2020