Newest
Staff
Discussion
Mar 11, 2014
What TV Shows are Your Comfort Food?
I think a lot of people have shows that they always go back to no matter how many times you have watched them. A TV equivalent of Mac and Cheese or peanut butter cups if you will. The box sets you pull out when you can't sleep, just need background noise or are super stressed out that put you in a better mood. Here are some of mine, most of them I started watching before I could vote so that could have something to do with why I find them comforting :-). What are yours?

Gilmore Girls


The small town ...Read more
Story
Jul 15, 2015
Another 20 TV Questions (Part 6)
Let’s play a game! What, you were already playing? With whom? If you weren’t fully clothed I would have thought differently about it, but for now, stop trying on that wig to look like Annie Addison. We’ve got something better to do.

On the other side, now we’re on the subject, why would you want to look like Annie? What is your favourite Annie quote? When did Annie make you cry and or laugh? Which scene with her made you throw your food at the screen? Did you ever try to kiss her while she was on tv? What dress of her can we find in your closet and what would you never do while she was on tv? So many questions that need answering but might be a bit too personal to ask and I would never do that. Honestly, never!

So, now we’re ...Read more
Story
Feb 06, 2014
No Statue. Great Shows.
There are shows that don’t win awards, are not fully recognize worldwide, don’t get all the media coverage as some other show do, like Homeland, Breaking Bad and the excellent and hard working actors and actresses never achieve the big stardom level as (well deserve of course) Bryan Cranston, or Damian Lewis. Correct me if I am wrong and any of the shows I mention below has won a statue.

The Breaking Bad chain of being nominated and wining and being nominated and wining everything, everywhere seems unbreakable. Homeland did follow for a while, but I am not sure after season three they will still be at the top.

How does a show, which I love really, that started with just 7 episodes in it’s first season, filming with little money in Albuquerque, living in cheap hotels and walking around in the city with no one even ...Read more
Discussion
Nov 27, 2013
Defend It!! Mad Men Edition


*NSFW, contains explicit language and will probably offend*

Mad Men Fans - Defend Your Show

So I noticed there is a lot of good shows on TV right now - Person of Interest, The Good Wife, Boardwalk Empire to name a few - and it surprises me that these quality shows garner very little buzz or awards.

And then I got to thinking.

WHAT THE FUCK? HOW DID THE WIRE NOT WIN AWARDS WHEN A PIECE OF DULL, DOGSHIT LIKE MAD MEN DOES?

Frankly, it befuddles me. I don't see the appeal.

Mad Men is the Kim Kardashian of TV shows - pretty, with nice boobs but otherwise boring.

For all the people swooning over how stylish this show is, let me just say one thing - the 60's had ugly fucking clothes and shitty fabrics! How much polyester, acrylic and rayon clothing do you own.....none.....and the reason for this....ITS ...Read more
Story
Sep 21, 2015
Another 20 TV Questions (part 7)
Well hello, heeeeere’s Rolamb, your favourite anchor for the questions you would rather not know or answer. Maybe you’ve already answered the 120 we had before, but there’s more behind the door where I’m knocking on with that axe. Just open it, see what happens and play the game. Be sure to be stocked before starting to answer, so you might want to visit a food shop in your neighbourhood and get some nacho cheese and tortilla chips to be able to get through the night.

When answering the questions, be sure to leave your honest, funny, angry and silly answers but especially your name so we know where to find you in case we need to. Be advised that the writer of this post is not responsible for any physical or emotional harm, embarrassment, harassment, sadness, insecurity or anything else you might encounter while reading ...Read more
Story
Jan 02, 2015
The Blowies 2014: TV.com's Worst Of The Year Awards (Users Edition) - WINNERS!!
So after a couple of weeks of nominations, and a couple of weeks of voting, the winners of TV.com's Worst of 2014 Awards / The Blowies 2014 have been decided.
Discussion
Jun 04, 2014
Which New May Shows Will You Keep Watching and Why?
It's time once again for the "4 Episode Test" for most of the new April/May shows. We've had some varied and interesting new shows these last couple of months but which ones have engaged your enthusiasm or solicited your scorn? Share your thoughts in the comments.

I just want to point out, after some questions during my last collection of tests, that these shows aired their fourth episode during May and that I can't give a show a "4 Episode Test" until four episodes have aired. (Note: Some shows just plain suck so I give up early, Penny Dreadful was technically in June but I watched it on Monday so I included it here and I'm still behind on Turn so I've not included it, sorry.)


Metal Hurlant Chronicles: [Syfy] Pilot 1/5, E2 3/5, E3 3/5, E4 2/5, Overall 2 ...Read more
Story
May 28, 2014
What Are Your Best Show Memorabilia?
In the darkest moments of our lives we have to say goodbye to those TV shows we have come to love. To use a few of the lines Monty Python used in their famous ‘Dead Parrot’ scene: 'it’s passed on! It is no more! It has ceased to be! 'It’s expired and gone to meet its maker! 'It’s a stiff! Bereft of life, rests in peace! It’s kicked the bucket and joined the bleedin' choir invisible!! IT IS AN EX-SERIES!!

As tragic as these moments can be, we have a few options to remember those series on a regular basis. Next to watching them over and over again on DVD, we just might be in the possession of objects that relate to these shows. We have several names for them: souvenir, gadget, memento, memorabilia or keepsake and they may be merchandise, gifts or even props from ...Read more
Story
Apr 26, 2014
NBC Pilot Guide: Which pilots do you hope turn into series?
COMEDY

A to Z

Logline: A romantic comedy set in the world of an online dating company that details the "A to Z's" of a relationship, from meeting to break-up. The ensemble project navigates the complicated world of modern dating and poses the question: Is there such a thing as destiny?
Cast: Cristin Milioti, Ben Feldman, Leonora Crichlow, Henry Zebrowski, Christina Kirk
Team: W/EP Ben Queen; EP Rashida Jones, Will McCormack; D Michael Patrick Jann
Studio: Warner Bros. TV, Le Train Train
Format: Single-camera

Bad Judge
Logline: Centers on a hard-living, sexually unapologetic woman (Kate Walsh) who plays with the law and whose life on the edge is constantly in balance, as she also happens to be a judge in the San Bernardino criminal court system.
Cast: Kate Walsh, John Ducey, Mather Zickel, Arden Myrin, Tone Bell, Robby Shoemaker, Theodore Barnes, Miguel Sandoval
Team: W/EP Chad Kultgen ...Read more
Follow this Topic
Members
273