The Food Network isn’t the only place to get dinner ideas. Here’s some recipes inspired by your favorite fictional shows to help you make the most of Thanksgiving Day. From appetizers and the turkey to drinks and dessert, you’ll be all set to get your grub on.
Michael Ausiello’s Gilmore Girls revival announcement earlier this week filled my heart with glee. The final season of the series left a lot to be desired and I think we can all agree that we want to know what those last four words are. Besides relishing in the thought of revisiting Stars Hollow, this news got me thinking about the general trend of rebooting, reviving, and saving TV shows.
For broadcast television networks the primary 2014-2015 TV season is just about over. So did your favorite shows bid adieu for the summer or are they gone for good?
iZombie, The CW’s newest ‘supernatural’ series premiered on Tuesday March 17th. While you may have heard something about it, it’s understandable if you happened to miss the occasion. After all, Tuesday is a busy night for television and the current TV calendar has more things concluding than beginning. But I recommend adding iZombie to your watch list, or at the very least your DVR.
Jonesing for more stories about your favorite P.I.? Well you’re in luck. Veronica Mars (2): An Original Mystery by Rob Thomas: Mr. Kiss and Tell, the second post-Veronica Mars-movie novel, is now available in Kindle, paperback, and audiobook formats.
Fall TV is winding down, which means several weeks of Holiday specials, reruns, sports, and the occasional burn-off of a failed freshman series is upon us. You could use this time to catch up with family and friends, or to watch all those movies you missed throughout the year, or maybe even go outside if where you live isn’t currently covered with snow — or you can watch even more TV.
With only a handful of weeks before winter premiers there’s no need to go crazy, so here’s some TV series to check out – all with 30 episodes or fewer.