Some television shows depict “normal” life, while others are out to redefine what that word even means.
Enter the Netflix series “Atypical”.
The recently released Season Two takes a strong approach to showcasing just how normal a person living with autism can be. From creator Robia Rashid, this family dramedy follows a teenager (Keir Gilchrist) on the autism spectrum longing for love and independence.
It’s been called “the best show Netflix has ever made” (Forbes.com) and actress WENDY BRAUN, who portrays Kathy, has been...
The new original Starz drama “Vida” has been gaining momentum since launching on May 6th. Created by Tanya Saracho, the buzz for the series mainly emphasizes its Latinx focused, female-driven, queer storyline. But, it would be a shame if the solid supporting cast were to go unmentioned as part of the reason for its success.
One such member of this stellar group is actress Elena Campbell-Martinez, who shines as the neighborhood’s motherly figure and spiritual healer ‘Doña Lupe’.
Ever wonder what it would be like to work for the CIA, solve national security issues and take orders from a TV star?
Well, you don’t have to join President Trump’s team to do all of this. Instead, get hired for a recurring role alongside Tea Leoni and Tim Daly on the CBS hit political drama, “MADAM SECRETARY.”
Actress CHRISTINE GARVER has done exactly that. She first came into the storyline last year, but disappeared for a bit. Now, she’s back – and ready to help the team tackle the latest global issues plaguing the White House.
It’s hard to believe that Christmas was a month ago. All the decorations are now packed up tightly, half the toys received are broken, the daily grind is back in full swing and all those original Christmas TV movies are long gone – or are they?
I have a feeling there’s one movie among all the new holiday tales that is still being saved on DVR’s everywhere (including mine). Of course, I’m referring to Melissa Joan Hart’s Christmas rom-com, “A VERY MERRY TOY STORE.”
I love TV shows, movies just can't compare. That being said, I haven't watched many TV shows, I'm picky and most don't appeal. (No vampires, romance shows for instance, just don't like them, most popular shows fit in those categories, but hey this is my list and my opinions, not anyone else's) Currently these are my favorite shows starting with the greatest show out there:
This review is dedicated to Adam West, William Dozier, and all the wonderful people who helped make the show.
The first Batman show was just called Batman. The show started in 1966 and had 3 seasons as well as a film called Batman: The Movie (1966). There was also 2 animated films based on the show called Return of the Caped Crusaders (2016) and Batman vs. Two-Face (2017).
Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson protect Gotham as the Dynamic Duo: Batman and Robin. The 2 heroes saved the city by themselves in the show's first 2 seasons, but Batgirl...
The backbone of any television show is the “character” actor. These are the men and women who you might not remember by name, but you recognize their face. And, when they do their job right – they elevate the show to another level.
One such actor who has burst onto television screens everywhere is Cory Blevins. He recently appeared as FBI Special Agent Buchholz in EPIX original comedy series, “Get Shorty,” chasing down Ray Romano and Chris O’Dowd. Also the fall, Cory also joined the cast for one of the final episodes of the beloved Netflix show,...
With all the political chaos happening this year, the CBS drama "MADAM SECRETARY" has done a good job of creating political escapism. No matter how intense the storylines get – at least you know they’re fiction.
In the recent episode, titled “Persona Non Grata,” Elizabeth McCord (Téa Leoni) plans a summit at Kyrgyzstan to address their human trafficking problem – even though their President denies the problem.
This episode brought back a few things from last season: the human trafficking issue, the President of Kyrgyzstan and his trusty Translator,...
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