It’s a pretty quiet day with zero discernible new scripted series, but Fiona does have some love to share for a Saturday Morning Cartoon. FIONA’S PICK:The Owl House [Disney, 8a]Yes, this is a Saturday morning cartoon and yes, I will be watching! (Although probably in … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/19/2022
It’s A Living was one of the few things that brought me pure joy last year and I discovered it by accident, via a private Facebook group where the poster likened her poolside ensemble to the outfits worn by the cast, Los Angeles cocktail waitresses … Continue reading In Defense of Lower Seeds: It’s a Living!
We get that Ernest Hemingway is arguably the most important writer of the 20th Century. He was also kind of a jerk and his concise, bombastic prose, genius as it was, is just not for everyone. That said, no one jumped on what’s probably a … Continue reading What To Watch: 04/05/2021
It’s a day of trophies both tangible and in the form of admission to sports’ most exciting tournament. It’s squeaky-voiced teen and Jason’s least favorite award night, The Grammys. A few hours earlier 68 colleges’ names will be paired with numbers from 1 through 16 … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/14/2021
Oh, at long last Screen Scholars March Madness 2018 comes to an end. We started with 64 programs, spanning across cable, network, and streaming television. Dramas, comedies, dramedies, reenacted history, recounted histories, women finding a new lease on life, single mothers trying to hold it together, late … Continue reading MARCH MADNESS: AND THE WINNER IS?
Our March Madness has reached the finals, and as editors, we could not be more thrilled to have whittled down our 64 shows with Bob’s Burgers and The Good Place as our top two programs. We promise we begged our friends and family to vote too so that … Continue reading March Madness: FINALS!
After a week of wild, frantic, unrestrained voting, we begin our weekend with our Final Four, and our brackets make us feel like we’re coming out ahead in the “real” NCAA bracket wars. The victors this weekend are foud shows deeply beloved by the Screen Scholars team: Bob’s Burgers, Full … Continue reading March Madness: THE FINAL FOUR!
A depressed hit man, incompetent parenting, a police precinct in crisis, a tech firm grasping at straws to survive sudden success: now that’s comedy. On a not-so-lazy Sunday, our editors are recommending all comedy over the return of some dedicated medically inclined Brits and those … Continue reading What to Watch: 03/25/2018
A prestige drama from Politics is facing our Military drama in a battle between prestige cable and over-the-air television. Homeland eked out a win against Madam Secretary while NCIS: Los Angeles sank a slam dunk against S.W.A.T., its CBS-based competition. Head over to our brackets at Bracket Ninja to start voting!
We’re in the finals for the Reboots vs. Decades Ago bracket, and the only commonalities between these sitcoms are their decade! ABC’s Fresh Off the Boat is set in the ’90s, whereas Will & Grace debuted in the ’90s. Both shows embody the importance of family, whether it’s the … Continue reading Sweet 16: Decades Ago vs. Reboot