A few weeks ago, Foxâ€™s new sitcom Dads was pre-released to critics, and everybody was so offended and shocked and disgusted, they vowed to become Amish and just so they would never have to be near a TV again. Ok, thatâ€™s slight hyperbole, but I donâ€™t talk about Mennonites and their beautiful mid-chest beards in vain. More
I’ve got audible sighs to go around forÂ FOX’s new comedy,Â Brooklyn Nine Nine, which starsÂ Saturday Night Live alum,Â Andy Samberg.To be fair, as an SNL skit, it would be entertaining and even probably funny. But as a half-hour show, it’s not really either of those things.Â Actually, how about we play an interactive game called “Let’s See If This Show Idea Makes Any Sense To You”? More
The show was definitely fun, and it had an appealing spookiness that made me even more excited about Halloween and pumpkin-flavored things than I already was. The problem was that it isn’t just a contemporary twist on Washington Irving’s story. It’s also a cop drama and a revisionist history. Oh, and there’s also a biblical element and a storyline about witches. And the show introduces all of these concepts in the first episode. More
The show premieres for season 3 on FOX September 17, and a couple of new promo videos have surfaced online promising plenty of shenanigans, as per usual. The difference is that this time they’re happening south of the border. More
Tina Fey is taking over television. I repeat, Tina Fey is taking over television. Just a few days after the new Colleen McGuinness-penned comedy she’s producing was sold to NBC, Tina has sold another comedy, this time to Fox. And oh my goodness, you guys, they gave it a series commitment. Without a pilot even having been made. More
Do not watch MasterChef if you’re hungry. I made that mistake. It’s in the same mistake category as going grocery shopping when you’re starving or to Target with the idea of buying just a couple of things. If your appetite isn’t peaked by the (for the most part) delicious dishes that the contestants are whipping up, you certainly get enough British eye candy by having Chef Gordon Ramsey on screen for most of the time.
After watching Candice Glover’s tour de force performance of Bruno Mars’ “When I Was Your Man” from last night’s top four show, I’m starting to have hope that the show could get back to its roots and actually make a unique and incredibly talented artist a star. Which is why this is a really bad time for the show’s ratings to be at an all-time low for Wednesday nights. More
The current season of television hasn’t even ended yet, and there are a lot of big shows that just started midseason, but you better get ready, because it’s already time to talk about the fall TV pilots. I don’t know about you, but I’m a combination of excited and extremely stressed out. More
Heather Morris, otherwise known as Gleeâ€™s Brittany, is pregnant. You heard me. Brittany’s pregnant, bitch. See, this is what happens, Glee. This is what happens when you have a show about high schoolers but you use adults. They go and do adult things, like get pregnant with babies. Or they have to enter rehab. This is a problem! More
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The only people who remember 2004′s The Swan,Â aÂ plastic-surgery-beauty-pageant-of-awfulness on FOX (naturally) would be the awful people who watched it. Â Like me. More
I like this trend of making celebrities compete for things. Because what fun are B- to D-list celebrities if we can’t watch them dance and… jump off the high dive? More
Who’s your favorite character on New Girl? If it’s Schmidt then you’re in luck! “The Douche Journals” features character Schmidtâ€™s social gaffes and hilarious misfires for which his roommates require him to put cash in an official â€śDouchebag Jarâ€ť along … More
Ben and Kate manages to strike the right balance between funny and touching. Its humor is silly and feel-good, and its emotion is never syrupy or forced. It warmed my heart, which, as you’ve learned, is the black heart of a detached only child. So that says a lot. More
Hear that noise? That’s the sound of Gleeks celebrating over the latest GleeÂ casting news. More