This show is as cute as the Dickens, son. (I’ll show myself out.)
There are better ways to fall asleep at night, but there are also worse ways!
Watching this show nearly left me in traction, so you better be grateful.
Some utopia, everyone’s getting their throats stabbed or their eyes gouged out or their families killed. Bummer.
I didn’t loathe the last Ryan Murphy show of 2020, but does that mean I liked it? Or that it’s any good?
Queue Thin Lizzy references from a hundred hack TV critics with clever to say.
A room with a view to horror, humor, heartache, heroism, and even horniness.
In which I Peele back the layers on the Twilight Zone”s modern day revival, now in its second season.
It’s time I admit that I’m probably always the wrong person to review anything Ryan Murphy writes or directs.
Tip for creators: I’m an easy lay for a really great, grabby title.
Ditch the burgers, gain a park plus tons of musical alums. Seems like a fair trade.
In today’s edition of “TV shows aren’t movies and movies aren’t TV shows”: TNT’s ‘Snowpiercer.’
Oh, Ryan Murphy, you historical revisionist rascal, you.
Back on FX and staking its claim as pretty much the best horror show you’ll find on television.
Back on the TV beat with what may well end up being one of my most enduring watches of the year, because nothing haunts the mind like child abuse.
Oh, oh, oh, it’s magic(ians) content, you know! Never believe it’s not so (that characters on “The Magicians” have it rough)!
Terry Crews isn’t the star of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” but he’s pretty much the show’s heart and soul. And its muscle. And its fretting grandma.
Castle Rock is maybe the single best embodiment of the problems I have reviewing TV: After just a few episodes, I’m not sure where it’s going, and I’m not sure how to review something like that. Maybe that’s not the point when you’re reviewing TV. Maybe just learn to review the TV you have. Regardless, Castle …
I’m interested in seeing how The Break with Michelle Wolf picks up in quality, but really, I’m interested in learning how many people actually tune in to watch it. It’s a good show; maybe I don’t know what the hell I’m talking about, but the first two episodes (FYI: It’s a weekly joint, rather than a …
Remember back in 2015, when I reviewed every single dang episode of the first season of Jessica Jones? A couple years later, here I am up at The ARTery, compromising by reviewing just the first five episodes of the series’ new season, which is available for streaming on Netflix now. Bad news: It’s not as good as the …