Tag: TV review

How the Gilmore Girls Taught Us to Be Feminists

*EDITOR’S NOTE: This article contains spoilers from “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life”   When “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” was announced, fans rejoiced at the reunion of the beloved mother-daughter duo. It was a show that demonstrated the depth, beauty, and complexity of female relationships with their fascinating, multi-dimensional characters.  … Read More

TV Review: “The Flash” Attempts to Bring Male Viewers to CW Network

The CW Television Network recently launched “The Flash,” a series based on the DC comic book series. The network’s step into the DC Comics universe— though not the first, with its already popular series “Arrow” entering its third season this fall — represents a possible attempt to widen its audience to more male viewers. While the CW… Read More

FX’s Summer TV Lineup: The Good “Tyrant,” The Bad “Bridge,” The Ugly “Strain”

There is an ominous cloud on the TV viewing horizon as something wicked comes our way this summer.   FX network’s new summer lineup of shows is imposing, packed with lots of potential, and their success may catch other broadcast TV networks by surprise. Indeed, FX’s roster for the summer speaks to a network that… Read More

The Top 5 Game of Thrones Women Who Wield More Power Than Men

Editor’s Note: This article may contain SPOILERS! If you are not caught up on “Game of Thrones”, stop reading here!   On the top of a very long list of great things about HBO’s hit series “Game of Thrones” is the multidimensionality of all of the characters on the show. Nothing on the show is ever black and… Read More

Mark Your Calendar: Orange is the New Black

Get ready for season two of the Netflix original series, “Orange is the New Black”! This brand new dramatic comedy series based on the true story of Piper Kernan’s year spent in prison is one that you will not want to miss. Not only is “Orange is the New Black” an extremely unique and compelling show, it also… Read More

TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine

After hilarious, long-running, and beloved shows like “30 Rock” and “The Office” came to an end last year — and with “Parks and Recreation” announcing their last season — dedicated fans have been left with a TV comedy shaped void that until now could not be filled by any other show. Whether you are looking for a… Read More

How Ted Finally Met The Mother: A Split Reaction

Classic timeline jumping. Emotional and literal goodbyes. Detailed and emotional roller-coaster epilogue. Everything and nothing you would expect from this beloved and sentimental series that has been dubbed this generation’s “Friends.” All in all, the “How I Met Your Mother” series finale has left fans split.   First off, Ted knocks up the mom before they get married. This… Read More

TV Review: Portlandia

  “Portlandia” is a television show on IFC staring comedians Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen. It first aired in Jan. 2011 and is now in its fourth season.   In the show, Brownstein and Armisen play a multitude of different characters in a series of skits that are both scripted and improvised. Set in Portland,… Read More

4-Episode Recap: Supermodel Series, The Face, Season 2

  Hosted by Nigel Barker, “The Face” is a supermodel-themed reality television show that airs every Wednesday at 10:00 p.m. on Oxygen.  Currently in its second season, “The Face” features returning Supermodel Coach, Naomi Campbell — who is also the show’s executive producer — and two new supermodel coaches Anne V and Lydia Hearst who… Read More