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.)
Ever since The CW revived Whose Line is it Anyway? in 2013, each episode has featured a “special guest”. Typically that designation has meant one of two things, either a well known comedian joins them in the fourth chair, like Keegan Michael Key or Jeff Davis, or it’s a random celebrity, most often from one of The CW’s other shows that makes a couple of appearances in games that would otherwise require an audience member.
The traditional broadcast TV season is over, which means one of two things: either the shows you love are on hiatus, or gone for good. To find out the fate of your favorite shows, check TVLine’s Renewal Scorecard. (It also means TV By The Number’s Cancel Bear is in hibernation once again.)
“Peak TV” is not a myth. There’s a lot of damn fine shows to watch essentially all year round these days, which makes selecting these superlatives both easier and more difficult. I obviously can only watch so much, so there’s a hundred percent chance I’ve missed something or somethings. Thankfully the list below is completely subjective and doesn’t actually matter. So without further ado, here’s my picks for the best of 2016.
This Presidential Election has been rather divisive, but I think we can all agree on one thing – it needs to be over. So after you cast your vote on Tuesday, why not take your mind off things with some TV. No, I’m not recommending you watch the 24-hour news cycle, I recommend checking out these election day-inspired episodes.
It’s been an extra busy few weeks in the world of television. Most broadcast TV series have signed off for the summer, renewals and cancellations have been handed down, new shows have been announced, and fall TV schedules have been unveiled.
Nowadays it seems like you can watch TV almost anywhere online, but knowing where to go to find exactly what you’re looking for is the tricky part. If you’re in search for a Warner Bros. produced television comedy, I recommend checking out the CW Seed. Not to be confused with The CW, the broadcast channel or cwtv.com, the CW Seed is The CW’s ‘digital home for comedy’.