July 20, 2019
  • 11:46 am Breaking Apart That Anti-Good Omens Campaign
  • 10:38 pm Chernobyl’s Hot Zone: A Sleepy Summer Finds Drama in a New Genre
  • 11:10 am HBO Reminds Fans That It Has Other Stuff Besides GOT
  • 12:21 am On The Good Fight, Even Ball Lightning is Partisan
  • 9:22 pm CNN’s Hiring of Sarah Isgur is a Travesty

Nestled within two competing Documentaries of Fyre Festival is a secret rehabilitation campaign for the festivals’ investors. Namely the man in charge, Billy McFarland who is currently serving a six year stint in federal prison. Throughout the eye-popping documentary on Netflix, Fyre ex-employees, talk about how messy it was setting up the Fyre festival, but don’t […]

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Hulu’s FBI drama about 9/11 has the chops to take on the Trump Administration in future seasons. The series is about the hunt for Osama Bin Laden, but it’s more than that. The series follows members of the I-49 Squad in New York and Alec Station in Washington, D.C. — the counterterrorism divisions of the […]

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Ever since the 2010s, Stephen King has made many lucrative TV deals for his novels and in the age of the prestige drama, why not? King’s stories are filled with complex characters, rich themes and dark elements, with franchise potential. Everything streaming services are looking for and Hulu’s Castle Rock is no exception. Fans of […]

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After today, I’m officially calling MTV, Millennial TV. Because that’s precisely what it should rebrand to, at least according to MTV’s president Chris McCarthy and his plans for the new MTV Studios. MTV is starting it’s push onto streaming platforms, by not creating their own service but licensing their IP to all the different outlets […]

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TV Networks just cancelled 20 shows in 24 hours. Industry analysts have not seen something like this since the 2008 writers strike and you’d be hard pressed to find anything similar decades after that. The shocking upset outraged fans around the world. Yet, as people mourned for their favorites, funny man Tim Allen nudged his […]

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The surprise TV hit of 2018, is YouTube’s Karate Kid spinoff Cobra Kai. It’s impressive social media fan base and 100% fresh rotten tomatoes score has translated into huge ratings for Youtube’s first original series.  Yielding at least 5 million views each episode so far, Cobra Kai would be a powerhouse for any TV network. […]

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Apple has found it’s blockbuster franchise to compete against Netflix and Amazon. Isaac Asimov’s Foundation franchise is the pinnacle of science fiction, critically acclaimed, and beloved by every science fiction fan out there. Some say it’s the very foundation of modern day science fiction. The Foundation series of novels tells the historical story of the […]

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It can be hard at times to separate the man from the character. Jeff Daniels is not an exception to that rule. HBOs The Newsroom which was a TV show way before its time about a modern take on the news media. It gave Daniels the freedom to rant on and on about politics and […]

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Update: 1990s-Something picked up by ABC!!! The Goldberg Spinoff was axed, but after yesterday’s ratings, it may see new life. The future of The Goldbergs franchise is now very much alive, as 1990s -something, beat The Goldbergs in it’s own ratings game. Of course, this was mostly a night where everything else was repeats only […]

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While bragging at CES about The Handmaid’s Tale and it’s original content plans, Hulu threw some shade over to Netflix. The streaming channel is currently spending boatloads on making original content while Hulu has been quietly acquiring the TV rights to practically everything else. Hulu knows this and isn’t worried about Netflix’s $8 Billion budget. […]

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