Many TV shows employ some level of self-contained storytelling in each episode. Hence the familiar case of the week, patient of the week, monster of the week, and mystery of the week formulas. While this form of storytelling is tried and true, see any Dick Wolf production, that doesn’t mean it can’t be spiced up every now and then.
2015 was one hell of a year for the US Women’s National Soccer Team and 2016 is shaping up to be just as much fun to watch. Between the 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship, the inaugural SheBelieves Cup, and of course the Summer Olympics there’s plenty of opportunities to watch these talented women compete.
There’s a lot of high-profile comic book-based TV shows on broadcast and Netflix right now. From The Flash and Arrow to Daredevil and Supergirl, there’s no shortage of vigilantes and powered people to root for. However, there’s another really excellent show on TV right now – Marvel’s Agent Carter.
February 13th is quickly approaching, so ready your waffle maker and round up your lady friends for Galentine’s Day. AKA, ‘only the best day of the year’ according to Leslie Knope. If a gathering is out of the question, why not send your friends a Parks and Recreation-inspired Galentine’s Day card instead?
There was a moment in the third season premiere of Friday Night Tykes that really bothered me. No, it wasn’t the scene where a listless kid was carried off the field by his parents. In fact, the moment I’m referring to was much more innocuous. It was the scene where cheerleaders were brought out to perform for the Texas Storm at their pep rally.
If you’re a fan of reality competitions, particularly of the singing and dancing variety, might I suggest Lip Sync Battle. Even if you don’t normally find yourself attracted to those kind of shows, or reality TV in general, I still recommend Lip Sync Battle. Here’s three reasons why you should tune in, or at the very least visit the show’s YouTube channel.
The Television Critics Association Press Tour occurs twice a year, once in the summer and once in the winter. The bi-annual event currently spans over two weeks and consists of a variety of panels held by networks and streaming platforms. Basically, from what I understand, it’s a bunch of TV critics sitting in hotel ballrooms learning about all the new and returning shows for the current TV season.