Matthew Weiner is one of the greatest TV writers and creators ever, thanks to Mad Men, a show that changed TV forever, and helped shepherd the glorious cable TV evolution. With Mad ...
Chief Kevin Garvey is having an identity crisis, his daughter Jill is secretly looking for hope and meaning in this mixed up world, Patti from the Guilty Remnant is all tied up and Nora may not carry a gun in her purse anymore, but she still keeps it around.
Uzo Aduba, who plays Suzanne a.k.a. Crazy Eyes on Netflix’s Orange Is the New Black, and Joe Morton, who plays Olivia Pope’s father on Scandal, won their first Emmys at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
If you recall, last episode Selina shared a giddy and heartwarming moment with Gary as his nose bled in a single person bathroom. Selina’s pretensions has briefly flown away, but as we see this episode now that the cat is out of the bag about POTUS’s resignation, Selina is more selfish than ever.
After a superb episode last week, The Leftovers went back to its depressing, tiresome drudgery. Reminding fans that, yes, 2% of the population just disappeared and, yes, the people left behind are struggling to just make it through the day.
This week’s big book giveaway is for Ellen Hopkins’ Rumble. Read on for your chance to win all eleven of Hopkins’ books, pictured below!
The first trailer for Academy Award winner James Marsh’s British biographical drama The Theory of Everything is here.
Charli XCX does a fantastic job covering The Strangeloves’ 1965 song “I Want Candy” on a London-based music YouTube channel.
The Leftovers episode “Guest” went back to focusing on a single character and it might be something to mine further – the single focus episodes seem to be more intriguing. Flooding the audience with a multitude of characters wallowing in despair is too much to handle for 50+ minutes.
I love Norse mythology. While Marvel has profited massively by watering down and taking liberties with Thor and their version of Asgard, there is undeniably more stories to tell, many of which don’t involve Natalie Portman as a damsel in distress.
Directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood, Beyond The Lights is the love story between a talented musician and the young police officer who saves her from a suicide attempt.