The beloved 70s sitcom gets the complete series treatment.
Popdose gives away a copy of The Midnight Special 11-DVD Collector’s Edition!
Tony Redman reviews Shout! Factory’s new release “The Marx Brothers TV Collection”, a compilation of shows and clips featuring Groucho and company.
Popdose’s resident MSTies Dan Wiencek and Tony Redman team up to review “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Vol. XXX”!
1,000 fans saying “yes” to your project doesn’t mean you should…
No one expects…
Essential episodes from one of the greatest television series ever collected in one set.
The inspiring account of the case that brought down California’s Prop 8 premieres on HBO tonight.
The latest DVD installment of The Adventures of Chuck & Friends, Top Gear Trucks, is a treat for preschool children and their parents.
HBO’s newest documentary, “Remembering the Artist Robert De Niro, Sr.” is a loving tribute to the father of the legendary actor.
Scott Malchus reviews a couple of new TV releases on DVD, including a great 70s film starring Jack Palance as Count Dracula.
The famed pop star Debbie Gibson takes a seat as judge on ABC’s “Sing Your Face Off” and Popdose.com caught up with her to find out about it.
Introducing “Dunphy Knows It All” wherein Dw Dunphy solves all the problems you never knew you had.
Jeff and Scott return again, this time to discuss the penultimate episode of Season 2 of “The Americans.”
Jeff and Scott return after a brief hiatus to cover the last two episodes of “The Americans.”
The final season of “The Practice” introduced James Spader as Alan Shore and William Shatner as Denny Crane, characters who went on to infamy in “Boston Legal.”
The latest episode of Comrades from Marsick and Malchus
The life of Ann Richards, one of the most compelling figures in American politics, is highlighted in this new HBO documentary.
Jeff Marsick and Scott Malchus return to Popdose for another episode of “Comrades,” their weekly discussion about FX’s “The Americans”
It’s not cartoon music. It’s not jazz music. It’s Charlie Brown music.
“True Detective” may be off the air for a year, but there are plenty off dark, obsessive cops to fill the void. Check out “Rogue” and “Broadchurch” to fill that void in your psyche.
It’s eaten into their ratings and wreaked copyright havoc, but the web could end up becoming the Big Four’s most powerful tool.