Last year we had a division called Women Be Doing it For Themselves, a reference to the great, canceled too soon, Playing House. Women may not make equal pay, they may not be President (…yet), but there are at least 16 programs where they’re doing something. This year … Continue reading March Madness: Females Are Strong As Hell
…Oh, was that the wrong sports reference? Welcome back to Screen Scholars March Madness! Some of us don’t give a wit for balls, but all of us love television. We’d be remiss if we tossed aside the one feature that brings clicks to our site–and … Continue reading March Madness 2019 Kickoff!
Tonight is all about the celebration of drama, and there’s also the 72nd Annual Tony Awards (ba dum bum). One of the most underrated comedies sneaks back onto Fox tonight. Also, we’ll get a lot of people looking very serious-minded to the side if the … Continue reading What to Watch: 06/10/2018
Dancing posers, hip-hop planets, fighting families, wrong men, and more. Screen Scholars has your Sunday night viewing covered: we’re just cool like dat. KATHERINE’S PICK: Pose [FX, 9p] Ryan Murphy moves from crime and horror for the 1980s ball scene in NYC. Reviews, so far, as … Continue reading What to Watch: 06/03/2018
May’s winding down of television seasons is about to itself wind down, with four long-running Fox comedies saying goodnight for the season (and in one case for its last time on the network), and our editors recommend one of them (but wish no SPECIFIC harm … Continue reading What to Watch: 05/20/2018
What a diff’rence two days makes! The saga of the 99th Precinct came to a close that has filled our editors with endless delight as NBC has picked up the smart and hilarious half-hour comedy starring Andy Samberg (and an ensemble nonpareil) and there will … Continue reading What to Watch: 05/13/2018
It’s the Sunday to begin May Sweeps, so, yeah, there’s some stuff on the teevee. Starz unveils two exciting new series. HBO has one of its best Sunday line-ups going at the ready. There’s a bunch of Fox comedies bowing out for the season (and … Continue reading What to Watch: 05/06/2018