Midway through the second episode of Sundance’s new drama Rectify, Daniel Holden sits down in the outfield of a local baseball field.
The amount of empty violence on television – particularly against women – is staggering to think about, and the premise of Hannibal only promised to add more.
How To Live With Your Parents (For The Rest Of Your Life) is a classic example of a pilot trying to do too much – to the point where many characters are introduced with lazy bits of on-screen text, complete with arrows in case we get really confused.
Just in concept alone, turning Psycho into a compelling television series is a tall task, for two specific reasons: Norma and Norman Bates.
Calling Cult a television show is a bit of a stretch.
(Note to readers: episode by episode reviews of House of Cards will appear every day through the next week and half, with final thoughts on the season to follow. To keep up to date on when new reviews publish, follow me on Twitter, Tumblr, or good old Facebook). It makes sense that House of Cards is a …
Yes, The Americans is an espionage thriller about the Cold War – which the pilot is quite good at, save for a few stock moments and scenes that every modern, high concept drama has.
Anyone who’s watched FOX since September has seen the slick previews for The Following – shit, seeing Kevin Bacon’s face was enough for me to put it in my top 5 list at the beginning of January.
For a pilot about a man getting his paralyzed friend a hooker, Legit has a very earnest core about three guys struggling in adulthood, revitalizing themselves through shared experiences.
Before making two godawful movies, Sex and the City was a godawful television show, packed with unlikable characters and starring four lead women whose obsessive consumerism was only overshadowed by defining their entire lives on relationships with men.