March Madness continues to rumble, as viewers like you, and editors like us, make the difficult decision of which shows we love more. Bob’s Burgers learned how sweet it is to be loved as the top 16, winning 100 percent of its vote against The Grinder. Orange Is … Continue reading March Madness: Sweet 16
Our matchup here sees two comedians, hosting shows (one on cable, one on premium cable) that examine culture and current events. Last Week Tonight with Jon Oliver uses anger and irony with its politics and humor, while @Midnight relies on Internet jokes and a sardonic air … Continue reading Your March Madness Sweet 16: @Midnight vs. Last Week Tonight with Jon Oliver
Top Chef versus Full Frontal with Samantha Bee is our most unlikely pairing. It might have been more fitting for the Queen of Late Night to face The Real Housewives of Atlanta or The Bachelor—imagine the jokes! Instead our matchings led to easy wins for Top Chef, beating The Real … Continue reading Your March Madness Sweet 16: Top Chef vs. Full Frontal with Samantha Bee
Game of Thrones and Better Call Saul are successful shows about bad people doing bad things. And as Game of Thrones was based on, and is now inspired by, the series of fantasy novels, Better Call Saul is a “spin-off” of Breaking Bad, taking place in the past. … Continue reading Your March Madness Sweet 16: Games of Thrones vs. Better Call Saul
Our right quadrant has taken some odd, but near turns. Orphan Black has defeated Dr. Who, and Black Mirror; both are beloved, British science fiction shows. Fighting Dr. Who, Orphan Black received 68 percent of the vote. Paired with Black Mirror it was triumphant with 85 percent of the vote.
Good afternoon, and welcome back to March Madness! Thanks to the help of our readers, we’ve all come together to defeat the shows we love that weren’t quite cutting it. Or maybe the show we loved more by only the thinnest margin. Some races were … Continue reading March Madness: The Terrific 32
It’s March, which can only mean one thing in North America. No, not spring, not St. Patrick’s Day, not Girl Scout Cookie Season (which varies by geographical region). It’s March Madness.Perhaps you’ve noticed your colleagues furiously filling in brackets and dropping off cash at the office? … Continue reading It’s March Madness, Scholars Style!