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The disappointing season finale of Parks and Recreation last night got us thinking — is it possible for a TV comedy to run for more than five seasons and stay true to itself? Looking at examples like HIMYM, 30 Rock, The Office, and Modern Family, we’re not so sure. More
Sometimes I’m watching a show, and something will happen that I just know is an attempt to spice things up and get people talking. That’s not necessarily always a bad thing, depending on the plot development. Unfortunately a lot of times those plot developments are unoriginal or overused or just plain lame. More
Some TV shows simply shouldn’t be contained to the small screen. Either they get canceled too soon and fans feel deserving of some closure, or they’ve been off the air too long and fans want an update on their favorite characters, or they’re still on the air but are really well-suited to the movie format. More
A good TV show Twitter account has to strike the right balance between providing practical updates about the show and posting funny comments that fans can appreciate. More
In a series of photos, Donald bared his soul and vented his fears and frustrations on a hotel notepad. But now Donald is explaining himself to People magazine, and he’s basically wondering why we’re all so worried about him. Apparently he was just expressing his feelings. More
Being a Community fan is quite the roller coaster ride. One minute you’re loving the show, the next minute you’re not so sure it’s working. One minute you’re terrified it’ll get canceled, the next minute it’s renewed and you have hope. One minute Dan Harmon leaves, the next minute he’s back. One minute Donald Glover is in every episode as Troy Barnes, the next minute he’s in less than half of them. More
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Just when I thought things had been thoroughly Britta’d only to be Britta’d some more next season, Community‘s ousted creator Dan Harmon has been asked back to the show. I don’t know about you, but I wasn’t in love with season four. It was the first Harmon-less season, so I can only assume his absence had something to do with the change. More
Parks and Recreation is original and (relatively) long-running, plus it hasn’t fallen victim to shark-jumping. And you know why that is? It plays it safe – in a good way. Since tonight marks the finale of a strong and steady season five, I can’t think of a better time to discuss the show’s magical balance of ingredients and why it keeps us watching. More
I think I’m going to start drawing up a petition ASAP. Dr. Who changes up the actors every few seasons, so why can’t Mad Men? And then Jon Hamm can dress up as Trudy Campbell in an apron and a chipper smile and all will be right with the world by being wrong with it. Got it? More
Before long conversation turned from the ill-timing of the show’s premiere to Alison Brie’s amazing freestyling abilities. More
Well, it’s official. 30 Rock‘s tanking storyline this season was actually a nonfictional account of what NBC has been doing to itself this year. There have been plenty of signs that the network was going downhill, but today we learned of the straw that broke the camel’s back: Christina Applegate is leaving Up All Night. More