Category Archives: TV

What I’ve Been Watching

Two and a Half Men: The Complete Twelfth and Final Season The final season of the long-running Chuck Lorre (Big Bang Theory, Mike & Molly, Mom) sitcom finds Walden (Ashton Kutcher) and Alan (Jon Cryer) doing their thing, with Berta … Continue reading

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What I’ve Been Watching

The stack has been growing on my desk – but I’m finally able to share about the plethora of films and television shows that publicists have been sending me lately. From the animated television (Teen Titans Go! Scooby-Doo) to dramas … Continue reading

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Netflix’s Daredevil: Chasing Ghosts, For Love of a City (TV Review)

“Can I get a witness?” That’s what watching Netflix’s Daredevil was like for me. Not just a mesmerizing bit of eye candy a la Banshee, Game of Thrones, or Scandal, but a real, honest-to-goodness parable of good versus evil, of motivations, of the tearing … Continue reading

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All Hail King Julien! (TV Review)

You may not have heard, but the obnoxiously overbearing lemur king from Madagascar, Julien (Danny Jacobs), has his own Netflix original television show! The second batch of five episodes release on Friday, and I caught a sneak peek of several of the … Continue reading

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The Red Tent: Parallel Stories (TV Review)

Lifetime/Sony’s The Red Tent takes Anita Diamant’s 1997 New York Times Bestseller and adapts it into a two-part, three-hour miniseries about the wives of Jacob from the Old Testament in the Bible. Starring a strong cast that includes Minnie Driver, Iain Glen, … Continue reading

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The Red Road: Trouble Finds You (TV Review)

A battle royal is brewing between the worlds of the white townsfolk and the Native Americans who live in the hills in the Ramapo Mountains of New York. It’s slow-building and multi-layered, a mix of cultural fear, addiction, and violence. … Continue reading

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Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast (Movie Review)

In the seventh story about Peter Pan’s favorite mini-sidekick and her extended tribe of fairies, Tinker Bell’s friend Fawn (Ginnifer Goodwin) has a knack for rescuing lost animal souls. A baby hawk with a broken wing? No problem. A snake … Continue reading

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Bosch: Michael Connelly’s Wounded Warrior (TV Review)

I’m so far under the stack of things I’m sent to review – constantly- that I rarely stop to watch something just for fun. But the fact that Amazon’s original series Bosch is based on Michael Connelly’s series about Detective Hieronymous “Harry” … Continue reading

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Longmire Season 3: Of Madness & Friendship (TV Review)

The third season of AMC’s adaptation of Craig Johnson’s novels about Sheriff Walt Longmire finds our protagonist, played by Robert Taylor, battling against forces outside of his control. Even more so than previous seasons, where he was moving forward case … Continue reading

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Da Vinci’s Demons Complete Second Season: Chasing The Future (TV Review)

Starz is blasting the home media market this week with two offerings: the first volume of Outlander (Diana Gabaldon’s novel-turned-adaptation) and the second season of Da Vinci’s Demons on Blu-ray/DVD. In the first, Claire Fraser/Randall travels through time to 18th century Scotland; in the … Continue reading

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