This Week’s Winners Section C #1 Arrested Development vs. #9 Barry No trips to Phoenix just yet as the one son keeps his wealthy family who lost everything together–well, at least long enough to advance into the third round where 32 teams remain. The next … Continue reading Eight More Shows Move On To The Totally Tubular 32!
Here’s a rundown of the remaining shows in the competition–and since we believe in recycling, we’ll be using the write-ups from the first round, since, well, it’s not like these shows have changed in the last two months. Most of the favorites have won, but … Continue reading The Scrumtrulescent 64!
#1 I Love Lucy vs. #16 It’s Garry Shandling Show As in real life, Garry Shandling’s unique and meta-to-the-hilt show was not loved by this tournament, or more accurately it went up against one of TV history’s GOATs. If you frame it that way, It’s … Continue reading And the WINNERS from Section C Are….
Sixteen shows have advanced to the standard-size brackets; there are 48 berths left to be handed out and here’s the third group, and it’s a collection that includes Lucy Ricardo, Ricky Ricardo, Larry Sanders, Les Nesman, Venus Flytrap, Earn Marks, Noho Hank, Maurice Moss and … Continue reading Sixteen More Classic Comedies Form Outstanding 128’s Section C
We’re going to miss Superstore.
We’ve lost a lot of the recent wave of great single-camera, character based half hour comedy in the last few years, and so it goes tonight we lose one of the most underrated of the bunch. It was a slow build, but we came to … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/25/2021
This Thursday’s programming cannot be readily tied together with any theme, so let’s just start with Shonda Rhimes’ decision to make her two programs one narrative apparently. We’ve also got thrillers, animation, office comedy, and a wonderfully named horror film that sounds quite awful. JASON’S … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/11/2021
If we’re going by Metacritic grades, today is all about quantity-over-quality although Jason has something to say about that in his pick below. There’s a ton of new episodes dotting the Wednesday night lineup landscape, but only two peek above the 60% required to get … Continue reading What To Watch: 01/28/2021
We love awkward drama with a hint of comedy here and all three recommendations could very well fit that picture, led by the return of the cult series whose fourth season could well be titled Finding Dory, but that would probably earn the attention of … Continue reading What To Watch: 01/14/2021
As the chronicles of Sam and Dean come to an end after 15 years on The CW, you’re probably either devastated at having to say goodbye to two dear friends or quietly stunned that the show is tied for the tenth longest running show of … Continue reading What To Watch: 11/19/2020