It’s been a little over 15 years since The Sopranos found yet a new way to be groundbreaking–this time by upending the very concept of how to break up seasons and years. After waiting two years to launch its sixth season, they place another nearly-a-year … Continue reading What To Watch: 02/20/2022
A few years ago, it seemed like game shows had gone the way of the daytime soap opera (three of those remain last we checked). However, while there aren’t so many in the mornings, people still get excited about who will host the next iteration … Continue reading What To Watch: 07/25/2021
The Winners Section E #1 Seinfeld vs. #9 Absolutely Fabulous Festivus (RIP Jerry Stiller) came early for the NYC foursome whose show about nothing defined 1990s TV–and at this pace if the show wins, it just might be on Festivus. It had a tough match-up … Continue reading Masters of Their Own Domain: Eight More Shows Move On To The Round of 32
These two sections have some incredible match-ups, including one that we’re pretty sure is the first pairing to pit shows featuring the same creative force as the show Jim Dauterive co-created goes up against the show that gave him his writing break. Section F is … Continue reading Our Comedy “March” Madness Marches Into July: The Scrumtrulescent 64, Sorted For E’s and F’s…
#1 Seinfeld vs. #16 Benson While it wasn’t a rout, the all-time ’90s classic sitcom about nothing was the master of its own domain–and also won this round. Jerry, Elaine, George, and Kramer (and Newman, Frank, Uncle Lou, the Soup Nazi, Babu Bhatt, Dolores, Tim … Continue reading Ladies and Gentlemen, Your Section E Winners!
We are halfway through the first round of this insane endeavor (that could have been even more insane–wait til you see some of the shows not on this). And it’s number one seed is one of the titans of TV–the home of close talkers, low … Continue reading March Madness in April Moves Into May (Still in the First Round): Vote in Section E
What a great night of Sunday TV fearuring so much great animation, a 3-wheeled car scam by a flawed trans hero(?), nothing but razzle-dazzle and the amazing return of John Oliver for his long-awaited eighth season. Also a new episode of the longest-running scripted show … Continue reading What To Watch: 02/14/2021
As Semisonic once crooned, every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end. We’re still not sure what they meant by that melodic aphorism, but would you believe they have a new album out this year? 2020, amirite? Today’s a day of many finales and … Continue reading What To Watch: 11/08/2020
It’s a lazy Sunday, posting in the late afternoon. There’s no shortage of new stuff to watch so like the 1990s 46th best third wave ska band, The Urge, we’re gonna jump on in.
There’s so many things on tonight, we can’t get all of them and frankly we don’t really even have time for this intro. KATHERINE’S PICK: War of the Worlds [EPIX, 9p] Gabriel Byrne and Elizabeth McGovern star in a modern-day adaptation of h.G. Wells’ famously … Continue reading What To Watch: 02/16/2020