TV

2018 TV Shows – What To Watch

I enjoy watching television. I’m already excited about some of the upcoming spring 2018 TV shows. And as I type that sentence, I wonder if I’m supposed to call them “TV shows” anymore. Should I say digital programming? Streaming services? OnDemand situations? Nah. I’m going to stick with TV. Because the majority of the stuff I watch is on good, old, reliable basic network stations. Just call me crotchety and

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Talking to the Television

When ABC announced that they were going to air an original Dirty Dancing TV event, I was intrigued. Notice I didn’t use the words “excited” or “elated” or “planned to schedule my entire evening around the blessed affair.” I’ve been burned before with the live musical trend. I’m looking at you Sound of Music, Peter Pan, and The Wiz. To be fair, I can’t forget that one time I was shockingly surprised

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‘Gilmore Girls’ Revival

Like everyone else, I had high expectations for the Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. For me, the show has always been about a script that digs into relationships by using fast talking dialog and pop culture references. Winter, spring, summer and fall, I would be there to escape my hectic life in lieu of the cozy arms of Luke’s Diner and a twinkling gazebo in Stars Hollow. I had a

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Hallmark Christmas Movies

Did you know that there are 19 Hallmark Christmas movies? And that’s just for 2016 alone. This does not count the nine other times Lacey Chabert starred as the pivotal female lead role in past seasons. How is a DVR supposed to handle all of that holiday cheer? Moreover, if you are from one of these small towns in the midwest whose townsfolk are obsessed with Christmas, please email me. I’d

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My thoughts on the 2016 Emmys

As the 2016 Emmys came to an end, I once again felt pressure to watch more shows on the fancy channels and digital outlets. My biggest takeaway from the night was that I should probably check out Veep and The People v. O.J. Simpson. My biggest revelation? Jimmy Kimmel looks exactly like George Michael circa 1984. That’s James Corden playing the part of Andrew Ridgeley. Fun fact: If you Google

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