It is the time of the year in which we start our shopping for the Holidays. And since this is a site focused on television and whatnot; I will be posting several TV themed gift ideas for the Holidays. So let´s start with this one: Barney Stinson Legendary Suitjama.
Netflix just brought back The Killing after the show was twice cancelled and ended up surviving. And now, NBC is taking a page of that book and bringing back a show everybody thought was forgotten but is everything but, as NBC renews Last Comic Standing for one more run, which will be its eighth season.
The show originally ran for three continuous seasons, then stopped for a while and then came back for four more cycles, and now, season eight will see the light of sun, produced by Wanda Sykes and Page Hurwitz. No host has been Continue reading →
There are certain characteristics of TV characters that are generally associated with particular quirks, lifestyles or personalities. One of them is boats. There are a lot of characters with boats; but there´s a whole different thing for those who live on their boats, or have their boats as a character in itself. And I don´t mean the Love Boat. I´ll review three clear examples of boats as a part of the storyline to help us know the main character more.
In the Thursday, October 24, episode “The Romance Resonance,” the plans Howard Wolowitz (Simon Helberg) has to celebrate the anniversary of his first date with his microbiologist wife, Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz (Melissa Rauch), are thwarted when a lab incident leaves her temporarily Continue reading →
It is somewhat bittersweet, as I liked this show. Not loved it, but liked it. It was a quirky funny show with good characters and a nice premise; so I wouldn´t have minded if the show was extended. But where it gets better is that now Maggie Lawson may be free from her contract for more Psych on USA. So that puts Continue reading →
I´m a bit behind on the shows that have been cancelled and renewed lately, and October´s been a particularily interesting month, with a lot of movement in that front; so let´s review what happened everywhere, ranging from newcomers that got cut, to solid, steady shows getting the much expected callback, as some shows that get the callback for one final run for next year. A lot to review: Continue reading →
We´ve all been missing Tina Fey and all those crazy folks from 30 Rock on our TV this season. And NBC noticed too, so… NBC has ordered 13 episodes of a new singlecam comedy from multiple Emmy Award winners Tina Fey and Robert Carlock. Ellie Kemper is set to star.
Produced by Universal Television and Little Stranger, Inc., and set to debut in fall 2014, the series will center on a woman (Kemper) who escapes from a doomsday cult and starts life over in New York City.
“We have been lucky enough to work at NBC for our entire careers (except when Robert worked at ‘The Continue reading →
The Birthday Boys is a new sketch comedy show featuring sketches that twist real-life moments and cultural touchstones. In the first episode, called Paychecks! nerdy inventors would rather hang out in a souped-up garage than work on the personal computer they developed. Also, a magical automobile cruises to the Land of Pretend. Continue reading →
Every new fall season there´s a bet on which is the first show to go, and this one was my bet. I didn´t win, as it was not the first cancelled show, but it was quite close though as NBC cancels Welcome To The Family after only three episodes.