So, go grab your Crown Royal and Virginia Slims, a nutritious food cube, or perhaps some Kool-Aid (of the non-poisonous variety) and tuck in for the deep dive ahead.
It’s certainly not the most comprehensive list, either, but it’s three friendships I absolutely adore and couldn’t resist highlighting.
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Since the very dawn of television, the ways in which we consume the medium have been in constant flux. For many years, the only way to watch your favourite show was to tune in at the exact time it was airing. If you missed an episode, there wasn’t much chance you’d ever see it unless … Continue reading To Binge or Not To Binge
I believe it might be more accurate to say that what Twin Peaks did, was defy and reject fan service, not nostalgia.
Some indicators of a bad show to come must exist; a pattern of alarm bells we can listen out for, to stop us from repeating this most unpleasant, time-sucking, and still mildly baffling mistake.
A look at how the EMMYs can and should evolve, and my picks for the Best in TV.
Let's not "skip intro": TV’s opening sequences have become an art form unto themselves and are worthy of our time.
What is the point of television criticism? Is there anything of true value to be gained from it? Does this work even matter?
One of the most beautiful and unique love stories in all of TV history has been hiding behind the thrill and suspense of a drama about Russian spies. The Americans may be outwardly concerned with geopolitics and foreign relations, but at the heart of it all is love and marriage.