Visit our store!
Home » Television You are browsing entries filed in “Television”

The Newest Addition to Fox’s Sunday Night Animation Domination Lineup, “Bob’s Burger’s”

Bobs Burgers
Print Friendly

“Bob’s Burger’s”: Fox’s Newest Animated Series Like Fox’s other cartoons, “Bob’s Burgers” likely won’t delight everyone’s fancy; it takes a certain palate to appreciate what Fox serves in its Sunday night Animation Domination lineup. However, “Bob’s Burgers” appears to be a worthy mid-season contender. Unlike the more outlandish antics and characters of the other long-running [...]

| Posted in Reviews,Television | Read More »

Is This the End of “Two and a Half Men”?

Charlie Sheen
Print Friendly

The future of television’s current number one hit show right now, “Two and a Half Men,” is in limbo. The show, for those readers who haven’t caught a glimpse, is based, not so loosely, around the life of the show’s star, Charlie Sheen. Sheen plays Charlie Harper, a wealthy jingle writer who lives in his [...]

| Posted in Articles,Arts/Entertainment,Pop Culture,Television | Read More »

Oscars 2011: Where Did those Good Times Go?

Print Friendly

The 2011 Oscars have come and gone. Awards were given out, speeches were had and deserving films were seemingly snubbed while others surprised us with the awards that they were given. This year marked the first time I watched the Oscars in full, and the question is: did it give me a reason to watch [...]

| Posted in Articles,Articles,Film,Television | Read More »

This Is the Song that Doesn’t End: A Preview of HBO’s Upcoming Series “Game of Thrones”

HBO Game of Thrones
Print Friendly

First and foremost (and not to knock or belittle the fantasy-reading community), I am not an avid reader of the fantasy genre. There’s a commonality among the folks who tirelessly attend conventions and renaissance festivals, an energy and enthusiasm that I simply do not possess – not just with regard to costumes and role play, [...]

| Posted in Articles,Television | Read More »

Midgets, Giants, and Douglas-firs: Revisiting “Twin Peaks” Two Decades Later

Twin Peaks, Kyle MacLachlan & Michael Ontkean
Print Friendly

Twenty years ago, a show on ABC called “Twin Peaks” redefined the possibilities of serial drama with its aching, painstaking and, unfortunately, prematurely answered question, “Who killed Laura Palmer?” It also helped launch the careers of several young actors, including Lara Flynn Boyle, David Duchovny, Billy Zane, and Heather Graham. One of the strangest productions [...]

| Posted in Articles,Articles,Features,Television | Read More »

“Glee”-fully Speaking: Fox’s Hit Musical Dramedy Is Back for a Second Season

Glee
Print Friendly

Fox’s hit musical dramedy “Glee” came back for its season two premiere on September 21st after a three month hiatus. Since its pilot episode in May 2009, “Glee” has been giving TV audiences an experience like no other. Last season, the show brought the world of musical theatre to a mass audience with the help [...]

| Posted in Articles,Articles,Features,Television | Read More »

Summer Shows Just Got Better: A Look into “Persons Unknown”

Persons Unknown
Print Friendly

Summer television series are usually looked at as the afternoon bag of chips meant to hold you over before dinner of roast leg of lamb and garnished mashed potatoes. They carry the stigma of mediocre quality – a gimmick to keep you watching TV, but not really worth your time. However, I’m anticipating the next [...]

| Posted in Reviews,Television | Read More »

A Typical Day at “The Office”: A Look into the Beloved Series

The Office
Print Friendly

“Today is spring cleaning day here at Dunder Mifflin, and yes I know it’s January, I’m not an idiot, but if you do your spring cleaning in January, guess what you don’t have to do in the spring… anything.” This is a typical statement from Michael Scott, the often offensive and always oblivious boss of [...]

| Posted in Articles,Television | Read More »

Sex, Politics and Vampires: A Review of “True Blood”‘s Season 3

True Blood
Print Friendly

“True Blood” came back for its third HBO season on June 13th, perfect timing for the sweltering vampire drama. Based on The Southern Vampire Mysteries by Charlaine Harris, “True Blood” is a dark drama that documents the relationships between vampires and humans following the recent outing of the vampire community after a Japanese scientist created [...]

| Posted in Reviews,Television | Read More »

The Orthiconical Father

Jerry Stiller
Print Friendly

There have been far too many TV dads to choose from over the decades, from Jackie Gleason in “The Life of Riley” all the way up to Homer Simpson. Some of them have been wholesome and loving, some are extremely cantankerous and abrasive, and some are just bizarre …yet we love them all just the [...]

| Posted in Articles,Television | Read More »

NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP

Visit our online store!

Watch George TV!

Nothing but the best for your pet at MYNE Kennel!

Highwater by TJ Brearton

Get ready for George Radio!
Advertise with the Free George

Advertise with us!