I love the show of 24 and I decided to rank the my favorite characters, this time minus spoilers for those who may have not seen the show or may have not seen all of it. Here goes with the first (and obvious) favorite character:
Jack Bauer –
Where in the world do you start with Jack Bauer? First of all he is the best TV character of all time, barring no one. He suffers tragic loss and extreme pain and torture (as well as inflicting some himself) takes out the bad guys and saves the world from horrific terror attacks, all in 24 hours, time after time! He is...
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) Currently these are my favorite shows (from worst to best) starting with:
18. Duck Dynasty-
(11 Seasons, 2012-2017)
Duck Dynasty didn't sound like it would succeed to me at first, a family who has money and likes hunting ducks... Ehh... doesn't sound that interesting, But I was surprised, it was pretty good! The different family members are so unique and very...
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is a popular animated show that stars 6 female ponies.
Twilight Sparkle is a student of Princess Celestia who moves to Ponyville to finally get some friends. She becomes best friends with 5 female ponies: Applejack, Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy, Rarity, and Pinkie Pie. The 6 of them learn important lessons along with Spike (Twilight's helper), the Cutie Mark Crusaders, Starlight Glimmer, and Discord.
A show about ponies learning lessons seemed like a repetitive and boring plot, but this show is oddly very special....
It’s summer…the best time of year to binge on all the shows you haven’t had time for until now.
The latest worthy of watching is the all-new Season 3 of Netflix’s fan-fav comedy UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT.
The lovable Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) returns with a hankering to hit the books as she heads to college. Her new educational outing brings a fresh pack of college besties, including ‘Josie’ played by actress Rachael Meyers. Standing at 6’2”, this real-life former collegiate athlete brings her A-game to the series, scoring plenty of...
I just finished reading a list of the "greatest" LGBT characters ever on TV. I was not impressed. So I decided that instead of wasting time bitching about their lame list, I'd just make my own. Weird, huh? ;D
This was originally going to be a list of 10. Then I kept thinking of more. I finally managed to cut myself off at 25. There are a lot of great LGBT characters out there, okay? Anyway, these shouldn't contain any show spoilers, so here ya go:
I have a lot of favorites, not brand new tv shows, I haven't seen any, though I would like to I just haven't had the time.
I love friends is my favorite show. Though I didn't start watching it until after I graduated from High School. But I still love it however I hate Ross and Rachel as a couple, I loath them as a couple. I find Ross too controling, he gets jealous easily when it comes to what guys Rachel talks to not including Joey or Chandler. It just really frustrates me that people like them...
This review is dedicated to Adam West: the best Batman of all time.
The New Adventures of Batman is a 1977 animated show. It was made by Filmation who also made the first He-Man television show.
Batman, Robin, Batgirl, and Bat-Mite protect Gotham City from the villains. Bat-Mite tries to be helpful, but often causes conflicts for the Dynamic Duo. Each episode had a lesson for the kids to learn.
This show is 40 years old. Back then plots were really simple and this show is proof of that. However the plots aren't bad. The show was meant...
The recent Lifetime movie Britney Ever After was not without some controversy. Her steadfast fans are not happy with the un-authorized biopic about their pop princess.
One upbeat note was the appearance of Aussie-actress Claire Cohen as Britney’s Assistant. Claire got to relive some of the stars best (and worst) moments.
This role isn’t the only one that Claire has been gaining attention for. She recently starred as in the black comedy indie film Skid Row Love as a young woman torn between love and heroin. She also appeared in the UN...
"In the battle for our Fall TV Preview cover that goes to Entertainment Weekly subscribers, the bracket is now in the second round. Some favorites have fallen, and there can be only one victor — so get your votes in now!"
(Sigh) Well it's time once again to say goodbye to another TV legend. Turn your tv's to CBS cause in ten minutes, the series finale of the Late Show with David Letterman will begin. Farewell David Letterman. We knew you well.
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