One of the greatest living directors presents one of the greatest living rock stars for a Netflix special. Hockey’s season ends one way or another with either Boston or St. Louis hoisting the over-century old trophy. The CW’s charming-est program goes penultimate on us. A … Continue reading What To Watch: 06/12/2019
What used to be a dumping ground is getting busier and busier — although part of it may be Hallmark and Lifetime’s movies becoming more self aware (the stalker prom serial killer singularity must be just around the corner… it’ll probably still be awhile, but … Continue reading What To Watch: 05/11/2019
Marvel adds yet another franchise to its TV crossover quill, while an actress who would probably rather forget she was once DC’s Batgirl returns with a promising new small-screen dramedy. Meanwhile, we tolerant Scholars will let the grifters grift, the drag queens drag, and the … Continue reading What to Watch: 06/07/2018
Even in the hottest months of August, when programming is sparse, Sunday nights are loaded. It’s the theater’s biggest evening, it could be the hockey universe’s crowning day of the year, we’ve got new shows from Miley’s dad and Daryl Dixon, and the stellar HBO … Continue reading What to Watch: 06/12/2016
It’s a soap opera that examined the behind-the-scenes, dog-eat-dog world of reality television. It doesn’t sound like it, but its first season was one of the best things on the small screen — or any screen. It’s also Hockey Night in America (and Canada, of course) as the Stanley Cup Finals start tonight, and for something like the twentieth year in a row, stunningly, the champion will not be from the country that actually lives for this stuff, but from the U.S., as either the San Jose Sharks or Pittsburgh Penguins will make their home city excited — as most of the rest of the country lets out a resounding “meh.”
UnREAL [Lifetime, 8p]
Yes! season 2 is back bringing a new African-American suitor and new power dynamics as Quinn and Rachel move up the ladder. How long will their sisterhood bond last before they are pitted against each other?
UnREAL [Lifetime, 8p]
Rachel is one of the most appalling characters to ever grace television, yet she’s somehow a compelling protagonist, and one I root for from week-to-week. UnREAL was one of last year’s revelations, and I’ve been on tenterhooks for it to come back ever since the insane drama of season one and its brutal finale. Rachel and Quinn, I’m glad you guys could drink wine after all that.
Stanley Cup Finals [NBC, 8p]
May the best team win!