Back in 2013, Girl Code was named the “Worst Cable TV Show of the Week” by the Parent’s Television Council’s TV Watchdog website for “The crass, disgusting, and downright dangerous “advice” MTV gave to 14-year-old girls on the May 21st episode…”.
I’m often asked what I’m currently watching and which shows are my favorites. Last TV season I’d mention Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but it was new and like most freshman dramas it needed sometime to find it’s footing. However, sometime around the thirteenth episode of the first season (T.R.A.C.K.S.) I found myself hooked and more frequently imploring people to give it a shot.
I’m probably too much of a TV addict to ever really ‘cut the cord’, but the recent news about HBO and CBS offering stand alone streaming services (otherwise known as OTT or over-the-top) is certainly something of interest.
A major shift in how TV is being delivered and consumed is under way, and that’s awesome! But as with any change, and vague initial announcements, a lot is unknown about what this will ultimately mean for viewers and TV alike.
Good news Happy Endings fans, seems like the TV universe as a whole is finally realizing how awesome the entire cast is, because everyone one of them is bringing the laughs to either a veteran, freshman, or coming-soon comedy!
Need a Halloween costume? How about one that’s easy to make? Or even better yet, one that people will get?
The way I see it, you’ve got two angles to approach a TV-themed Halloween costume. Either pick something so mainstream it’s impossible not to know what you are or pick something that looks cool without context but will be recognized by other fans.
A lot of TV shows tend to either get better over time and end on a high note or trudge on long after they’ve peaked. What’s not so typical though is when a show is able to right the proverbial ship after a less-than-stellar season.