With the BCS ending Monday night, your pigskin-obsessed peers will soon return the remote to your hands and release you of obligations to spend your nights with the middle-aged announcers on ESPN.
An analysis of what’s hot and not will determine both my winter break television consumption and the trends for next year’s new content.
The undisputed winners of television’s Halloweek were as similar in subject matter as they were distinct in presentation: the zombie movie parody episode of “Community” and the series premiere of Frank Darabont’s foray into tragic zombie apocalypse, AMC’s “The Walking Dead.”
It’s that time of year again: the foliage is turning, midterms have laid claim to all of our souls and Liz is contemplating whether or not to give up on “Grey’s Anatomy.”
As with the first three seasons of the now-canonical epic tale of Dick “Donald Draper” Whitman, “Mad Men’s” season finale was both an ending and a beginning.
Now that you’ve learned the meaning of life from the Dalai Lama three times over, it’s time to be introduced to the best comedy on network television: NBC’s “Community.”
This fall, however, two series I touted in my preview column have already fallen to the swords of Hollywood executives: Fox’s “Lone Star” and ABC’s “My Generation.”
Growing up in the age of superhero movies, I think it’s difficult to recreate it on a television budget (or a non-HBO budget) without appearing hokey.