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2018 Golden Globes: Thoughts on the TV Nominations

2018 Golden Globes: Thoughts on the TV Nominations

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12/12/2017

This week, the Golden Globes announced their film and television nominations. I’ve decided to take a look at the latter, and discuss my reactions, thoughts, and everything in between. But first, some overall takes on the nominations as a whole. Netflix continues to prove their worth and staying power as the premier streaming service. It…

Best of 2017: Television

Best of 2017: Television

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12/05/2017

The Voice‘s Leisure section unfortunately left out a key aspect of this year in its “Best Of” articles, and that would be television. Don’t worry, though, Halftime’s got you covered. As always. Mindhunter As someone who is fascinated by true crime, Mindhunter claimed the first spot in my Netflix queue. A show about the FBI…

Supernatural’s new season is abnormal

Supernatural’s new season is abnormal

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10/31/2014

The CW’s Supernatural, thriving well beyond the average television shelf life, premiered its 10th season on October 7th. Since 2005, the show has followed the lives of Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) Winchester, two brothers who fight a countless number of supernatural creatures and are constantly revived by both the demonic and divine….

The Knick Concludes Its First Season In Style

The Knick Concludes Its First Season In Style

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10/21/2014

Clive Owen has played the brooding antihero before (see his Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated turn as Ernest Hemingway in Hemingway and Gellhorn). In The Knick, Cinemax’s period piece that wrapped up its first season on Friday, Owen plays Dr. John W. Thackery, a brilliant but tormented surgeon in a turn of the century New York…

Is TV Better than Movies?

Is TV Better than Movies?

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10/15/2014

It’s a great time to be an avid fan of television. We live in a golden age of TV, where you can throw a stone and hit at least three quality shows. With networks like HBO, AMC and the BBC offering up programs that garner both critical and popular acclaim, there certainly is no shortage…

Latest Who, "Kill the Moon," Tries a Little Too Hard

Latest Who, "Kill the Moon," Tries a Little Too Hard

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10/08/2014

Doctor Who has proven in the past that it can be a scary show. Despite its origin as a program for children, the show has evolved significantly over the course of its 51 year history. Series 8’s latest offering, titled Kill The Moon, does everything it can to scare the viewer; however, the end result…

Craig Ferguson’s Name Game Shows Promise

Craig Ferguson’s Name Game Shows Promise

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10/02/2014

Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Wheeeeel of Fortune! Deal or No Deal? These phrases are etched in our memory from wasting days away on our couches with the flu, Wednesday night neighborhood viewing parties, or even a spontaneous showing because you were intrigued after that episode of American Idol ran late. From producers Courtney…

Gotham Presents a Fresh Origin Story

Gotham Presents a Fresh Origin Story

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09/24/2014

Over the last decade, comic book heroes have found their home on the silver screen. While Marvel has created an empire in movie theaters, DC Comics has carved out a niche in television to go along with their struggling movie franchise. Arrow, The CW’s Green Arrow-based program, has found success in its first two seasons…

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