Blindspot is now on Fridays, and what better way to kick off the weekend than with a nice drink and your couch? If you’re down for not going out, grab a six pack and settle in from an evening of kickass action and puzzle solving goodness. Cheers!
It’s the eve of Stranger Things season two, which means it’s time to fire up the waffle iron (or toaster) for the upcoming Netflix marathon session. Want to keep it easy, pop an Eggo waffle in the toaster and hit play, want to step up your snack game? Here’s a handful of recipes to try in between episodes.
One quick glance at New York Comic Con’s 2017 panel schedule and you’ll find the usual tracks like Comics, Gaming, and TV, but also some additionally thought-provoking tracks like Anti-Bullying/Anti-Harassment, Diversity, and Well-being.
Another whirlwind weekend of New York Comic Con is in the books. For me, it was two full days of lines, panels, and free swag. So overall, I’d call the weekend a success. I made it into all the panels I wanted to (my strategy still works!), got to talk TV with some cool people, saw a lot of sneak peeks & “exclusive” trailers, and the weather couldn’t have been any better.
I found TBS’s new show The Guest Book in a roundabout way, but after one episode I was hooked. It features a strong main cast, a sustainable anthology-ish premise, fast paced jokes, and great guest stars. And oh yeah, a really cool “house band” that plays the opening theme song, plus a live song at the end of every episode.
The 69th Emmy Awards aired last night, and it was a doozy. After last year’s wins for Tatiana Maslany and Rami Malek I didn’t think I could be more pleasantly surprised – I was wrong. For me, it was a satisfying show with wins going to Black Mirror, Big Little Lies, Donald Glover for Atlanta, Aziz Ansari and Lena Waithe for Master of None, and Sterling K. Brown for This is Us.
Several TV shows I watch are making the move to Friday nights this coming TV season and while most of Twitter was up in arms about their favorite shows moving to the so-called “Friday Night Death Slot”, I was actually pretty pleased with the scheduling moves. (Here’s the Fall 2017 TV Schedule for reference.)
On Tuesday June 27th 2017, Pretty Little Liars will finally bid adieu. And I say “finally” because I feel like I can’t remember my life before the show. What was once a fun guilty pleasure and then an all-out TV obsession has long since turned into an obligation of sorts – I just need to know how it ends. I’m a bitter-ender, damnit!