Have we reached a point where death on television has stopped being gripping and interesting? Where it has become boring instead? I think so.
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.
Fall TV has been back for now three (four, for some and two for others) weeks, and it is time to look back at our favorite TV shows and check how are they doing? Let's see what Doctor Who, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., iZombie and Sleepy Hollow have brought to the table in their new seasons Doctor Who... Continue Reading →
Upfronts are done! The most stressing time of the year for TV watchers, where we find out whether our favorite shows have been renewed or cancelled is finally gone. There are some broken hearts, petitions to save shows and resignation for those who lost their favorites, and happiness for those whose favorite shows got renewed.... Continue Reading →
Sleepy Hollow hasn't been at the top of its season 1 game for a while, and that has been pretty obvious for many fans of the show, who have either stopped watching-- as shown by the huge drop in ratings compared to last season and the fact that it hasn't been renewed as opposed to... Continue Reading →
When you watch as many TV shows as I currently do, reviewing each and one of them is hard. Having said this, I wouldn't be me without having a lot of opinions. That is the reason why I've created TWO new sections for the blog: Midweek Review, posted on Thursday for shows airing Sunday to... Continue Reading →
I am a shipper, that is who I am. I think watching TV shows and not getting invested in the characters' relationships makes no sense. I believe every TV show is an exploration of the human experience, and the human experience includes falling in and out of love. When I am told I am watching wrong... Continue Reading →
There is a virus that has been spreading around our television shows for the last few years. It appeared out of the necessity to keep audiences engaged and thrilled throughout the Christmas hiatus, but the problem is, it has become dangerous. It no longer infects the viewers and leaves them wanting more. Instead, it destroys the subjects... Continue Reading →