really enjoyed "The Messengers" as always this week... so
sad that this week is the very last episode! I'm still
enjoying "The Whispers," but in the last two episodes, I
felt there were some points where the people acted kinda
stupid. I hate that.
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What's New on our site, so
please check it out!
"Defiance" is fabulous, too. I'm guessing they won't really
be killing Datak, but we'll see. They sure do kill a lot of
people on that show.
I can't believe it's the final episode of
Pains" this summer already! What a shame. I so enjoy it.
Our site still needs some new
for "The Young & The
Restless." We just need a little help, so please
me if you can help out!
One of the shows I'm looking forward to next season is
Tomorrow," which includes Wentworth Miller and Dominic
Purcell. They played brothers on "Prison Break" for years,
and then they recently played villainous brothers on "The
Flash," and they're joining that new show along with
many others. It's kind of funny that they're playing
brothers again! They're not related, and in fact, they
really don't even look alike. I find that so weird. I mean,
Dominic starred in "John Doe" way back in 2002. He was so
gorgeous. Then when he got the role in "Prison Break,"
he shaved his head, and I gather part of that was to look
more like Wentworth, who also has very short hair. Now
that they're playing brothers, Dominic, who also bulked up
quite a bit, is playing a big, dumb, mean guy, so the
shaved-head-look is even better for that. It's all pretty
been catching up with "Dominion," which is an awesome
science fiction show on Syfy. The only problems I have with
this show, and "Supernatural,"
is that the angels are not good guys; also, God has left,
but they never say what happened to him. I guess they will
at the end of the series... I sure hope so. I've been
waiting an awfully long time for the ending of
"Supernatural," but I love it and don't really want it to
end. I thought angels are usually supposed to be good guys,
yet they don't seem so good in either show. There are no
demons or devils in "Dominion," either, so that's kinda
weird. But it's a very well done show, anyway.
I've spent a lot of time the past two weeks putting up many
photos from the San
Diego Comic-Con so check them out! We have more coming,
too. We have SDCC photos going back a decade. I'm hoping
that next year I can go on my own and get more photos etc.
This weekend I'm
going to a scifi convention in my own city, so I hope to get
more photos and
We've been very glad to have "The Daily Show" and "The
Nightly Show" back on the air with new episodes! Jon
Stewart's interview with President Obama was very funny as
was the interview with Paul Rudd the day before. Great
stuff. They should give the president his own show after he
leaves the White House because he's very funny and likable.
I've just been catching up on episodes of summer shows I
watch like "Rizzoli & Isles," "Unreal" and "Mr. Robot." This
week my goal is to start catching up on "Arrow" finally.
I haven't had any
interviews in the past week, which has been kind of a
nice break (there have been a few for reality shows, which I
don't watch, so I didn't bother with them). I
guess everyone's either on vacation or going to conventions
and other events. There are so many new shows coming up!
I've looking forward to catching up on "Wayward Pines" this
week, too. I think I've only seen the first half of the
Rob Lowe has a new show on FOX called "The Grinder" that's
He plays a TV actor who's very vain and silly. I didn't
think I was going to like the pilot at first, but it got
better as it went on. Fred Savage also stars as his brother.
It's an interesting show. William Devane is their dad, and
he's always great!
I still haven't heard back from FOX about why no one has
mentioned that Anthony Michael Hall is in the new Fall show
"Rosewood." It's very odd -- a mystery!
I need to write up some new shows and DVD's I've watched
recently for our
Reviews Page. It's a lot easier to watch than to write!
Primetime News and Schedule is here and
will be there. Don't miss it!
also catching up on "The
Bold & The Beautiful" (I'm just a few days behind). I'll
keep watching as long as they keep up with the interesting
transgender storyline... This past week's episodes
were SHOCKING, to say the least! Wow, I can't believe they
The other big shocker this week was that ABC fired Ron
Carlivati as the head writer for "General
Hospital!" I guess because the ratings went down again.
I hope the new writers write more realistic and consistent
stories and focus more on characters, like the old GH.
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the latest TV news there!
Primetime Emmy Awards nominations came out last week. I
watch a lot of TV, but most of the shows I like don't get
nominated. For one thing, I tend to like scifi/fantasy/comic
book shows and those almost never get nominated. The one
show that is, "Game of Thrones," I never watched (because I
didn't have HBO back when it started). Maybe one day I'll
watch that one. I've seen bits and pieces of many of the
nominated shows, lik "Better Call Saul", "Wolf Hall," and
"American Horror Story." The only one I really watched
regularly that's nominated is "Mad
Men," so I hope it wins! I do watch “How to Get Away
with Murder,” so I hope Viola Davis wins for lead actress.
Then again, I also watch "Orphan Black," another great show,
but I'm behind on it. Tatiana Maslany is amazing in that,
too. Tough call.
I'm glad to see that Emma Thompson is nominated for her turn
in the PBS musical “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet
Street,” and she was really fantastic, but it's not fair
that she should have to complete against actresses in shows
that are called "limited run" when they have 10 episodes
every year and her show only ran for a few hours one night.
That's just crazy.
Most of the sitcoms in the "best comedy" list are not funny.
think that the number one prerequisite should be that it's
funny! Most of those shows are not funny, or they're only a
little bit funny. Dramas with lame humor shouldn't
count as comedies, IMHO. I hope that one day we get more
comedies, and better comedies. I think the last time a
really funny show won was "Will & Grace" back in 2000.
Before that, a lot of really funny shows won the Emmy, like
"Frasier," "Cheers," "Seinfeld," "Murphy Brown" et al. I'm
surprised that "Curb
Your Enthusiasm" never won. It's hilarious. Too bad
Larry David decided to put it on hold. I'll keep saying that
until the show
Here are the only recent comedies I've liked, and most of
them are not funny all of the time...they just have their
Guy," "The Comedians," "Big
Bang Theory," and the new show "Impastor." I did
sometimes like "Two and a Half Men," too. Sometimes I would
classifify "Mad Men" as a comedy, but most of the time, it's
a drama. I enjoyed the new show "Sex&Drgus&Rock&Roll," but
it's not laugh-out-loud funny. It's humorous, though.
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month's DVD drawing on our site! It ends today, July
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