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

What’s going on with FAANGs relationship with the American Right? Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Google and of course Twitter have an interesting relationship with the Right. Activists are queasy about the seemingly buddy-buddy relationship with Republicans and top executives from each firm. Secret back-channel meetings coupled with complaints from the biggest players on social media […]

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While HBO’s Sharp Objects is the show everyone wants you to talk about, The Sinner has been the drama that everyone is actually talking about. The Sinner was actually a 2017 Drama from the USA Network, and it debuted as cable’s number one new series with over 1.5 million viewers on average. Now, a year […]

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Marvel fans forgive and forget pretty quickly. Take the worst character in Marvel TV, push him onto the world in the Defenders and give him an awesome team-up episode with Luke Cage, and all is apparently forgiven. Add that together with fan campaigns that quietly shut down the opposition or the stereotype, that Danny shouldn’t […]

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If you thought Netflix couldn’t beat 2017’s $9 Billion budget. You’d be dead wrong. Netflix will now be spending $12 Billion on content over the next year. This bodes well for fans of the streaming service as it fights to maintain it’s place on top. Keeping the eyeballs glued to Netflix 24/7. Recently Netflix is […]

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In this fragmented TV ecosystem Netflix reigns as content King. A new survey found that out of 2,500 randomly selected people, Netflix was the top TV channel for 27% of them. Followed by basic cable (AMC/HBO/Showtime etc..) at 20%. This is significant as Netflix’s stock rises to all time highs and new streamers try to […]

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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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The Firefly Effect is still alive and strong on Fox. The struggling TV channel, which has seen two of it’s most high profile shows get cancelled this year has resulted in massive outpouring and fan campaigns. That in turn allowed other networks to pick them up. This proves that a lot has changed in the 15 […]

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Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown TV series will not be leaving Netflix anytime soon. The outpouring of love for Parts Unknown was noticed by Netflix and it has confirmed it will be keeping Parts Unknown. All episodes will be available to stream for months to come. It’s unclear how long that exactly will be but Parts […]

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The largest media merger in history has been approved. U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon has allowed the deal to go through, with no strings attached. The very future of the telecom/media industry hung in the balance today as they awaited a ruling that could affect many if not most well known media brands. AT&T […]

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Netflix, or should I say “Houseflix,” out did itself here. The standout one off episode of Kimmy Schmidt season 4 has got to be the DJ Slizzard Documentary episode, even if you aren’t a fan of Kimmy Schmidt or documentaries, it’s worth a watch.  With Party Monster: Scratching The Surface, you get the hilarious tale of […]

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