"Squid Game": Dystopian Masterpiece or Bake Off With Bullets?
This article offers an examination of the series "Squid Game".
5 Life Lessons I’ve Learned From Drag Queens
Sometimes the most valuable pearls of wisdom come from the most unlikely places. Drag queens aren't just glamazons in nice wigs and expensive shoes; they can teach you a whole lot about self-love, healing childhood wounds, and stepping into your most fabulous self.
Top 9 Shows Like "Santa Clarita Diet" That Everyone Should Watch
Are you looking for series like "Santa Clarita Diet"? You've come to the right place.
7 Breathtaking Shows Like "Money Heist" You Should Check Out
Are you looking for shows like "Money Heist"? You've come to the right place.
10 Things About "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" That Made No Sense
Rewatching this classic 90s show can be a cringing experience if you pay attention to details. Unsuccessful plot lines, inconsistent writing of the main characters, and monsters without any purpose were some of Buffy’s major weaknesses.
5 Horror Anthology Series That Stand the Test of Time
Television of the 1970s and 80s was a goldmine for those who enjoyed a good scary story. Fortunately, some of the better shows are still floating around on various outlets for those who missed them on their initial runs. The following are five classics that are definitely worth tracking down.
What You Need to Know About Locast's "Free" Local TV Channel Service
Locast is a non-profit streaming service that offers over-the-air channels via streaming for those who can't easily get local channels using an antenna. This donation-supported service is available in about half of US television markets. Here's what you need to know before signing up.
5 Facts About Queen Victoria's Relationship With Lord Melbourne
Ever wondered how much of the show is based in truth? I did some research. Yes, he really did send her flowers! (Weekly!)
Breaking LGBT Stereotypes: ‘Feel Good’ Series Review
From breaking gender stereotypes to opening up tough conversations about drug addiction, PTSD and the many complications of millennial existence, Netflix’s new LGBT+ series drop, Feel Good, is the perfect addition to your watch list if you're already missing pride month.
Breaking Down the Conversation Between Sansa Stark and Daenerys Targaryen in "Game of Thrones"
I've been re-watching some scenes from the last season of "Game of Thrones." Overall, it's still convoluted, but I've found bits and pieces of some really good stuff. Among them being a quiet but loaded encounter between two of its main characters.
Why "Power Rangers: Hexagon" Should Have Happened
For years, the "Power Rangers" story was carried over from one season to another, but after "Power Rangers in Space," the seasons took on a more compartmentalized role. Let's see how what the final season of "Power Rangers" would have looked like.
US Agent, Wolverine, and The Punisher: A Brief Comparison of Marvel's Ultra Violent Anti-Heroes
The anti-hero has been a staple of Marvel comics for decades. However, its cinematic universe is just starting to touch on this as fans debate the ethics of John Walker, formerly known as Captain America and now known as the US Agent.
Emapthy and "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier": How One Scene Exemplifies What It Means to Communicate
Empathy may be a vital part in any type of counseling, but it's also the hardest to do. Many who start the process soon breakdown not long afterwards because of the requirements and their own emotional baggage binding them to that place.
The Future of Streaming
The world is gradually transitioning from linear television viewed through cable and satellite subscriptions to streaming via the internet. It is a dynamic yet somehow gradually changing landscape, and many of those changes, particularly the pending migration from Netflix, will be explored here.
"The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" - Series Review
This is a review of Marvel's and Disney's newest limited series, "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier." Does it live up to the hype?
In Defense of John Walker: How Context Can Shed Light on an Unstable Captain America
Episode four of "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" has been one of the best and most shocking entries in the entire MCU franchise. It's depiction of someone in the hero's uniform of Captain America beating a man to death is as disturbing as it is powerful.
"Betty White's Pet Set: The Complete Series" DVD Review
Longtime fans of Betty White know her for playing Rose Nylund, Sue Ann Nivens, or Elka Ostrovsky on TV. But she has always had a love of animals, which was showcased in a 1971 series, out now on DVD and digitally, titled "Betty White's Pet Set: The Complete Series." Marshall Fish takes a look.
The Myth of Captain America: How "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" Cements the American King Arthur
Once seen as a jingoistic archetype, the image of Captain America comes into its own in "The Falcon and The Winter Soldier" series. The writing of the story not only looks to the future of the mantle, but to the past as well with the man who held it.
"Star Trek" TV Shows, Ranked Best to Worst, by a Fan
Want to know what a true Trekkie feels is the best and worst of all of the Star Trek TV shows? This article covers each of the Star Trek TV series, from best to worst, from the eyes of a true Star Trek fan.
A Tale of Two Sisters: The Conflict Between Sansa and Arya Stark in "Game of Thrones"
Some fans criticize how season seven almost pitted the Stark daughters against each other. However, I felt it was needed both as a exposition on the two characters and concluding the Stark story arc from season one.
'Downton Abbey': Lady Mary's Most Memorable Costumes
Channeling famous 20th-century designers like Lanvin and Chanel, the eldest Crawley sister captivated audiences with her classic style throughout six seasons of the popular period drama.
"Home Improvement" Trivia and Fun Facts
The Taylor family falls somewhere between the Brady Bunch and complete anarchy. A lovable family that faces real life challenges in hilarious ways. Loving parents who don't always agree. Friends and neighbors who provide advice that is not fully understood by Tim. Charming yet mischievous kids.
"Frasier" Trivia and Fun Facts
Intellectual and high brow humor from the 1990s is only part of the "Frasier" experience. True fans will enjoy testing their knowledge with the challenging questions in the trivia section, while all fans will gain greater knowledge of the show through the fun facts.
Final Thoughts on the "Warrior" Series: Leary, the Representative of Grey Racism
I just finished the last season of Cinemax's "Warrior." What stood out to me most throughout was its unique portrayal of racism, particularly through the character of Irish bar owner, patriot, and terrorist, Leary. These are my final thoughts on the themes that this nuanced character represented.
"The Office": Reality, Trivia, and Facts That Will Blow Your Mind
Fans of "The Office" are loyal and true. Identifying what makes the show so unique is harder to define...and for a very good reason. It is more unique than even the biggest fans may realize. This article also contains some of the toughest trivia questions to challenge even the most ardent fans.
"Warrior": How to Address the Nuances of Racism
Most TV shows tend to address racism in one of two ways: tongue-in-cheek issue of the week or as a one-dimensional evil that is clearly, if you pardon the pun, black and white. Warrior's approach to it, however, is one of the best I've seen and here's why.
"Walang Haggan" (2012) Review: A Definitive Teleserye
A year-long journey that defines the lengths by which obsession, classism, and insecurity create, destroy, and define relationships. This article argues for Walang Hanggan (2012) to be considered an example of how to write teleserye storylines that remain impactful even after close to a decade.
Observations on "The West Wing" (One of the Best Political TV Shows of All-Time)
The West Wing aired from 1999-2006. It has many fans and is highly regarded, particularly for its idealism. But how has the show aged? And looking back, what's really notable about it? Here are some of my observations roughly 15 years after the last episode aired.
Jaime Lannister and the Prison of Hopeless Politics ("Game of Thrones" Analysis)
The character of Jaime Lannister exemplifies self-loathing and the feeling of being trapped in the world more than any character in the series. The journey we spend with him could also help us confront our own sense of hopelessness, particularly when we see no hope for change in our politics.
5 of the Most Controversial Episodes of Gordon Ramsay's "Kitchen Nightmares"
Through the seven seasons of "Kitchen Nightmares," there was a lot of controversy. Here are five of the show's most controversial episodes.