Some TV shows just get all the credit, don’t they? They sweep the award shows, get high ratings, and critics and viewers alike gush about how top-notch they are (cough, Breaking Bad, cough). What do you say we take a few moments to recognize the shows that don’t get the attention they deserve? More
We’ve got 12 shows right here that you can catch up on in a single weekend — holiday or regular. There are miniseries, light comedies with only a couple of short seasons under their belts, and cult series that were canceled before their time. Watch the trailers and take your pick. More
I have to admit I’m biased about this issue since he was my first big celebrity crush, but I don’t think anyone reading Elijah Wood’s Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) yesterday could deny that he’s one of the nicest (if not the nicest) stars out there. The phrase “ask me anything” really rang true for him, since he answered questions running the gamut from favorite foods to life advice — and he gave lengthy, kind responses. More
The third season of Wilfred premieres on FX tonight at 10 PM. The return of the show got me thinking about what it would be like if this storyline were to be reimagined for different actors and different animals. So naturally I put together a list of 12 celebrities (because of the Chinese zodiac) and the animals they should play on TV, based on their persona. Keep in mind that all of these celebrities would be appearing onscreen in cheap-looking animal suits and talking like themselves. That should make the experience more fun. More
Remember the days when summer was a waste land for television, where all that could be found for miles were reruns of reruns of reruns? Well, no more! In recent years, the television industry finally figured out that summer was a great time to run actual seasons, so now there’s plenty to look forward to. But while some of the usual suspects are returning– True Blood, Weeds, Burn Notice, Futurama, and so on– there’s also some new blood in town. Here’s a handy guide to eight of the new shows premiering this summer that look like they’ll be worth keeping an eye on: More
Wilfred is a new television show. It is airing on FX in June. It features a suicidal Elijah Wood. Next door to Suicidal Elijah Wood is a woman with a dog. The world, by and large, sees the dog as a dog. Suicidal Elijah Wood, however, sees it as a man in a dog suit. The dog, by the way, is called Wilfred.
Does this baffle anyone else as much as it baffles me? More
Wilfred is a new comedy series about a dog who looks like a dog to everyone but Elijah Wood, who instead sees the canine as a man in a dog costume. Based on an Australian series of the same name, Wilfred is being adapted for FX. Weird? Definitely. Furries of the world: unite and take over. More