The Emmy nominations were announced Thursday. While I have no idea which way Emmy voters will go, there are a lot of great nominations – and, of course, a couple of favorites missing from the list. A look at the major categories: Drama series: “Breaking Bad”(AMC); “Downton Abbey” (PBS);“Game [...]
Remember when all the good shows were on Sunday? This week is another of those times, with several favorites returning: “Once Upon a Time,” (8 p.m., ABC); “Revenge,” (9 p.m., ABC); “The Good Wife,” (9 p.m., CBS) and “The Mentalist,” (10 p.m., CBS). Fox is also relaunching most of its [...]
September is a busy month on TV. While this is the time of year when attention focuses on all those bright and shiny new shows the networks are hoping you will watch, most of us are more eagerly awaiting the return of old favorites. So when will your favorite show [...]
NBC announced its fall schedule Sunday. In addition to the series I mentioned in a previous post Friday, the network will also have the new comedy “Guys With Kids” about guys in their 30s coping with fatherhood. To make room for its new shows, NBC canceled “Awake,” “Are You There, [...]
The Screen Actors Guild announced their nominations, including for TV. Among them: Drama ensemble: HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and “Boardwalk Empire,” AMC’s “Breaking Bad,” CBS’ “The Good Wife” and Showtime’s “Dexter." Comedy ensemble: “Modern Family,” “The Office,” “30 Rock,” “The Big Bang Theory” and “Glee.” If I were to pick [...]
OMG! Must See 30 Rock: Tina Fey is a genius, and Alec Baldwin is just like a genius. Tonight, Jack will somehow face a hostage situation and Liz will encounter a problem while remodeling her apartment. Hostages, possible dry rot, what's not to look forward to? Parks and Recreation: Jerry, [...]
Turn off your brain and settle in for some comedies.
Turn off your brain and don't worry about surviving in the jungle.
Turn off your brain and watch some comedies.
Turn off your brain and watch some good comedies.
Turn off your brain and welcome back Sterling Archer.
Turn off your brain and welcome back "Parks and Recreation"