If you’re still not down after all your indulgence in Throne-y goodness (or smugly explaining why you’re not into dragon-and-sandal-based fantasy programming), it’s a day with a lot of superhero choices, but also a rare Monday Netflix show debut (is today the day for streaming … Continue reading What To Watch: 04/15/2019
We had sworn off basketball, but then spurred on by the excitement of our own March Madness (in whose finals you can vote today) and the fact Duke, North Carolina, and Kentucky are all long gone, we’re back for the Finals. There’s also time-traveling superheroes … Continue reading What To Watch: 04/08/2019
Call it a reverse April Fool’s treat, as Netflix drops a new thriller from the Blumhouse family. They also have a new show on Hulu about practical jokes that become darker and darker (that almost sounds like a prank itself now). Meanwhile, our most prolific … Continue reading What To Watch: 04/01/2019
Our recs all involve battles of some sort, from the return of a History Channel show that deals with those who fought centuries ago to a the real-life stories of powerful women who helped stop a war to singers of songs going up against each … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/25/2019
We got killer robots, Neapolitan novels, classic superheroes, and miles and miles of luminescent lights. We are Screen Scholars and you are definitely gonna hear us roar, mostly while pointlessly referencing five-year-old songs. JASON’S PICK: The Truth About Killer Robots [HBO, 10p] The latest hard-hitting HBO … Continue reading What to Watch: 11/26/2018
It’s a tidy little Monday as the nation struggles with whatever tomorrow’s new truths might bring. John Leguizamo’s Latin History For Morons [Netflix] He can be a polarizing comic (and actor), but when he’s in the zone, he’s one of the nation’s top comics, and his … Continue reading What to Watch: 11/05/2018
Three of us recommend refined entertainment, while one of us really likes cats (you can probably guess which one is writing this feature intro).