Shortcomings aside, The Michael J. Fox Show has Michael J. Fox, and that should be enough reason to watch this show.
It’s safe to say that the last few years have seen a steady rise in what can only be described as a worldwide fascination with Scandinavian drama.
It wouldn’t be totally surprising to eventually find a Netflix that no longer targets the streaming of older content, and instead focuses purely on its own programming.
It may be no surprise to most that TV has taken a bit of backseat in recent years; though what should be a surprise is the 50% decline in TV viewership since 2002
The curious case of Furious George and the cooking show.
I’m here to defend The Killing and the way it ended.
Good enough that even fans of the original may like it.
Summer fare rarely pushes deeper than the immediate surface. With Perabo proving the goods however, Covert Affairs has been the perfect antidote to television doldrums.
John Luther is not a man of great style, he is not a hero, he is not a soldier, and although he is a...