Obvious Wednesday TV highlight is obvious as a critically beloved period drama returns for a second season. Meanwhile, intrigue grows in a legendary comic book town and addiction is this week’s target of the BAU. KATHERINE’S PICK: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel [Amazon Prime] You can … Continue reading What to Watch: 12/05/2018
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!
You voted and voted and we’re now down to eight shows, and if we do say so (and we do), it’s a pretty fun mix. We re-seeded the remaining programs into our Elite 8, and despite the relative randomness of it all, there’s still a … Continue reading March Madness: Elite Eight!!!
Welcome to the finals! Our first bracket of the weekend pits an almost-true story, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, against Drunk History, a comedy about maybe-drunks telling true stories. The Scholars love both of these shows, and of the eight shows in this bracket at its … Continue reading Sweet 16: Based On A True Story vs. Women Be Doing It For Themselves
This morning we get into another set of brackets loved by our editors, Based On A True Story vs. Women Be Doing It For Themselves. The bodies of the winners be bangin’!
These categories have a thin overlap, in that the stories depicted in Women Be Doing It For Themselves (that’s a Playing House reference, by the way) mirror closely to their lives. (Not that we know anyone who became best friends with their opponent because their husbands came … Continue reading March Madness: Based On A True Story vs. Women Be Doing It For Themselves
We dive on in to the second part of our (delayed) year end countdown of 2017’s best television, and streaming is the tune of the day as all but two of our top ten are on non-traditional formats. We’ve got stories of love and depression, … Continue reading Screen Scholars’ Top TV of 2018: #10-1