Articles Posted in the " Show Recommendations " Category

  • Mr Robot Fills the Hannibal Void in My Heart

    I admit it.  I marathoned all 22 episodes of Mr Robot in three days and I don’t remotely regret that decision.  It’s helped soothe the pain that losing Hannibal last year has caused and if you have been similarly suffering withdrawals, you might enjoy it, too. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not […]


  • The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Is Perfect in Its Imperfections

    I was surprised when the CW renewed their entire lineup for this coming season, and one of the more shocking renewals was that of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, a show whose first season had some of the lowest ratings on television. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other […]


  • ‘Outcast’ Is Dark and Gritty – And Not For Everyone

    Cinemax’s Outcast has quickly become one of my must-see shows. It is so scary and gritty and dark that it feels like one of those shows that I suggest to everyone, and yet, I write this recommendation with one huge caveat: it is not for everyone. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our […]


  • Stranger Things Is 80s Horror Nostalgia At Its Best

    Every now and then there comes a show where everything just fits: the nostalgia factor, music, characters, acting, story, and art direction. I found that Netflix’s new series Stranger Things had the perfect blend of all of those variables and resulted in one fun series to watch. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do […]


  • Star vs the Forces of Evil: Weird, Wild, and Wonderful

    “Star vs The Forces of Evil” returns to Disney XD July 11th, to the excitement of child and adult fans alike. Last year this show made huge waves for its cheerful humour and bombastic energy, but there’s a possibility that it may have passed you by. Wondering what to make of this weird and wild cartoon? […]


  • Why Battlestar Galactica Is Binge-Worthy Sci-Fi

    Science fiction is one of the few genres within popular culture that successfully places the metaphorical mirror right in front of us. That mirror reflects back our human nature, why we do the things we do, and our personal vices and virtues as individuals. Throughout the 20th/21st century, there have been shows that do this well. One in particular that does it best is […]


  • Six Reasons CBS Should Renew “Supergirl”

      CBS recently announced renewals for 11 series. Fans of freshman superhero drama Supergirl, however, still have to wait for news. The indicators are positive—CBS earlier said it was planning to renew all 5 of its new series. While fans wait anxiously for the network presentation at up-fronts, when we’ll likely know, here are a […]


  • Rick and Morty: Inter-dimensional, Existential Romp

    You’re in high school, dealing with the mundane problems of any teenager; awkward crushes, difficult classes, and a tense family life. In a situation like that, who wouldn’t wish for a kooky inventor best friend who could whisk you away on wild adventures through time and space? That was the essential premise of the classic […]


  • Comedy Toknight: A Galavant Recommendation

    I don’t understand why more people don’t watch Galavant. I mean, I guess I do. Folks hear “musical” and they have already made up their mind about what kind of entertainment it is. They hear “musical television” and they get uncomfortable flashbacks of Glee and the Buffy special. They hear “musical television set in a medieval/fantasy setting” […]


  • The Animal Magnetism of “We Bare Bears”

    Fish out of water narratives aren’t exactly an untested trope, but when the water is San Francisco and the fish are an adopted family of three anthropomorphic bears à la the plot of “We Bare Bears,” something innovative and heartwarming happens. We are in an exciting age of animated entertainment, and Cartoon Network is leading […]