Have we reached a point where death on television has stopped being gripping and interesting? Where it has become boring instead? I think so.
To this day Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is still my favorite show on television at the moment, which makes it harder for me to criticize it even a little. But I do think Crazy Ex-Girlfriend might be about to make a big mistake, and here is why:
It's a crossroad every fan of TV has been at in their lives at some point:: the show you love has changed and you are angry and upset, but you loved it so much. So why would you leave it? So you let it consume you with rage, as you tut our way through the episodes with the small hope that the show that once was so good to you returns from the war. Here are 5 signs that you should stop watching that TV show.
It is the time for women on TV. They've got a chance to be difficult, wrong, fallible-- even unlikable!-- and surprisingly, those shows are making it on the air. Women have also started to embrace the love for other women, and lists like this one are a must in entertainment blogs. There is still a long road to walk, but we can be happy to say TV is making space for some of the best female characters in a long time.
Clara has been a divisive companion by all means: she is by many loved and by many disliked. To me, however, she has been one of Doctor Who’s best elements since the reboot.
Last night's episode of The Flash was an introduction to Grodd, a giant gorilla with telepathic abilities that was being tested on to create super soldiers before the particle accelerator exploded and was now living in the sewer system of Central City terrorizing people. This is one of The Flash's most iconic villains, and I would go into detail as... Continue Reading →
With the figure of the "shipper" being mainstream and the involvement of writers and showrunners with the fans that invest in their shows, we have reached a situation where fans have no filter when it comes to demanding and asking from writers. The fourth wall has been broken and though the sometimes entitled and violent behavior... Continue Reading →
I generally dislike the term "guilty pleasure", especially when it comes to pop culture. We "all" (#notallTVaddicts) enjoy trashy books (after all "Fifty Shades of Grey" is a success, inexplicably), cheesy scripts, telenovelas and reality shows. It's okay. The life of the TV addict doesn't have to be reduced to good things. If we didn't... Continue Reading →
In a time where Parks & Recreation says goodbye to us definitely, 'Cougar Town' is in its last season, shows like Happy Endings and Selfie disappear into the abyss and we are in abundance of CBS-style multi-cam comedies that should have been left behind a long time ago having inexplicable success (I am sorry, The Odd... Continue Reading →