CBS’s new sports/comedy/game show hybrid, Game On! led the pack in ratings last night, but that isn’t saying much. Apparently 4.53 million viewers tuned in for the show’s premiere, but … Continue Reading ‘Game On!’ is a Another Wasted Opportunity
Quibi, the new micro programming streaming service from Jeffrey Katzenberg is up and running and like it’s choices in programs, the results are mixed.
While the world isn’t coming to an end just yet, it sure feels like it for many people stuck inside their homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
Whoa. I have to say, I was really surprised to see that this year’s Oscars was a lot less mean-spirited and politically-charged than in recent years. It was a refreshing change and hopefully one that will stick.
Maybe, just maybe this year will be different. In the fast few years, the glitz, and glamour of the award show is still intact, but the whole celebration of Hollywood and movie-making seems to have disappeared in favor of the cause of the day. (I wonder what color of ribbons everyone will be dressed with this year?) But as the say, the show must go on.
The idea of having one’s fiscally irresponsible parents move in with you is an interesting one and Steven Weber and Fran Drescher do make an interesting couple.
It’s no secret that not everyone who watches the Super Bowl are in it for the game. It’s the commercials baby! And like every year, there are hit and misses.
Remember the Batman TV series with Adam West? That silly show worked because while all of the villains played their parts over-the-top, West always played his part straight and with … Continue Reading Don’t Bother with ‘The Bone Collector’
Despite NBC’s weak attempt of showing why you should tune in to watch this new show, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist is amazing. Every part of it.
Holy window dressing Batman! It’s 14 of the Batman TV series’ window cameos featuring Jerry Lewis, Dirk Clark and even Santa Claus.
The pilot episode of Bob ♥ Abishola is a little clunky, but overall premise of two worlds colliding (much like Lorre’s earlier show, “Dharma and Greg”) is intriguing.