2015 was an amazing year for television. We have more options than every. This order is not based on which is best but instead grouped according to other factors. Comic Books Jessica Jones Daredevil These 2 shows weren’t truly a surprise because they were on my most anticipated list for the year but what I
Cord Cutters will be happy with the selection in January. This is going to be a great year for originals from a multitude of streaming services. Original programming is highlighted in red. Netflix TELEVISION January 1 Angry Birds Toons (Season 1) The Celebrity Plastic Surgeons of Beverly Hills (Season 1) Forensic Files (Collection 2) Friday
So it seems that Kanye and his thirst-bucket wife, Kim, are having trouble with settling on a baby name for the impending arrival of their prodigal son. AND the fact that this is coming out mean… well I guess this means they want us to talk about this, stress over this, and think on this
Netflix Available December 1 #DeathToSelfie 30 for 30: Chasing Tyson (2015) 50 Shades of THEY: Season 1 A Christmas Star (2015) A Genius Leaves the Hood: The Unauthorized Story of Jay Z (2014) Amnesiac (2015) Broadchurch: Season 2 CBGB (2013) Christmas Wedding Baby (2014) The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury (2004) Cradle 2 the Grave
Sooooo I recently (this past Wednesday) went to see the art-house movie, as it’s been forcefully gift-wrapped as, ‘By The Sea’. It was a one-woman show as far as development (Angelina wrote, starred, and directed it) Let’s just say I’ve made a definitive decision. [O by the way…. this is NOT a movie review piece….
When the name Quentin Tarantino is mentioned… What comes to mind? An innovative filmmaker, brilliant screen writer, immaculate film editor…. A cinema dynamo with a in-your-face bravado? Or An abrasive out-of-line, often times divisive, gratuitous violence-loving, masterfully insensitive race-baiter who has absolutely ZERO CHILL (translation: no tact what-so-ever)? This week T Magazine, as part of
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Have you noticed the new hour long comedy block on NBC this summer. It's hard to miss. It was an hour of "Mr Robinson" for the first three weeks and now it is an hour of "The Carmichael Show" for another three weeks. These two shows are the only three shows on NBC with minority leads unless you count the Voice or professional sports.
How often do we get real science fiction on TV. I decided to watch Ascension on a whim based on the annoying Netflix recommendation. Let’s just say I was pleasantly surprised. I truly had a Netflix experience and watched the entire miniseries in 2 sittings. Granted it was only 6 episodes but these were