Tag Archive: television

DC Movies: Unlimited Potential?

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When I was a kid, I was into the typical cartoon programmes that kids of my age liked during the mid 90’s. I enjoyed watching the classic Hanna Barbera and Warner Bros Looney… Continue reading

Pilotwatch

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Over a month ago, I wrote a couple of articles highlighting new television shows that could potentially be great shows and should be ones to keep an eye on. Over the past week,… Continue reading

Why I watch Saturday Night Live

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  Saturday Night Live (SNL) will be celebrating forty years on the air next year. It’s a comedy juggernaut that has been consistently delivering about 20 live episodes a year throughout those forty… Continue reading

The Comeback ahead of it’s…comeback.

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Until a week ago, I had never watched The Comeback, the 2005 sitcom starring Lisa Kudrow. But ahead of it’s return to TV after nine years off the air, I decided to give… Continue reading

What Makes A Good TV Pilot: Revisited

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  Earlier this week, I laid out what I believed were the five objectives that a television pilot should do in order to lay out to it’s audience what it is and what… Continue reading

What Makes a Good TV Pilot?

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What makes a good television pilot? You’re going to get different answers depending on who you ask that question. It wouldn’t surprise me if the answer from television writers differ quite drastically from… Continue reading

Fall TV Preview: New Comedy

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  On Tuesday, I highlighted some of the dramas I think will be the highlights/most interesting of the upcoming season of television due to start in September. Today I shall be looking at… Continue reading

Fall TV Preview: New Drama

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It’s August which means that September is just around the corner and therefore a new slate of television shows are about to begin across the major US networks. Some of these will be… Continue reading

The Great Wife

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Recently I have had the pleasure of catching up with The Good Wife. This show never really struck me as something that I could enjoy because A) It was a network drama and… Continue reading

Let’s take television a little slower…

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Binge watching has now become a term that has broken into the public lexicon. Various media outlets love to hark on about it in relation to television and with the increasing popularity of services… Continue reading