It’s a little difficult to be completely objective after watching New Wave: Dare To Be Different, the story of WLIR radio, from Long Island. I listened to the station religiously…
Back to the land of donuts, pie, coffee, and weirdness
Thrilled to see that the Showtime network has sought fit to broadcast the British documentary, The Jam – About The Young Idea, as it’s high time a sizable audience could…
Is this a new beginning, or the beginning of the end?
Matt LeBlanc plays a character named Matt LeBlanc in a show called Episodes.
The Borgias has been delightful trash from the word go
A review of Showtime’s new original series starring Don Cheadle.
We now have a cable television subculture saturated with antiheroes. Walter White on “Breaking Bad,” Tommy Gavin on “Rescue Me,” Patty Hewes on “Damages,” Nucky Thompson on “Boardwalk Empire” and, to a certain degree, Don Draper on “Mad Men.” Add to that list Dexter Morgan, the titular “hero” of this Showtime series and you have one hell of a party.
Laura Linney is wonderful in her Showtime dramedy, “The Big C,” which finds its first season released on DVD.
Chaos abounds in the promising pilot for “Shameless,” the new dramedy on Showtime.
Under the surface of his”I don’t give a shit” attitude, Hank Moody appears to have a real desire to become a better man and father. I suppose that’s why I enjoy spending time with him.
With his 50’s slicked back hair and a laid back, inviting charm, plus the ability to relate to any person who walks through the doors to The Shootist, the family run Colorado establishment that he runs, “Lock ‘n Load” creator/host Josh T. Ryan is a star.
Probably because my mother was a nurse, I will always have an interest in medical shows, good or bad. An early TV addiction to St Elsewhere helped fuel that interest….