The Too Much TV Roundup- July 19th

Yesterday was very weird. None of my punctuation marks were where they were supposed to be, and it was driving me insane. Today, everything is normal. I don’t know, nor do I claim to understand when the Matrix falls apart like that. Back in my seeing days, I had a bit more patience for random bullshit, but now, my tolerance for such nonsense is low. Here’s the rankings for today. 1) Breeders (FX/Hulu) English Audio Description Available?: No In Episode 6, I got the distinct feeling that we are not headed for a good place in the season finale. The … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- July 19th

The Too Much TV Roundup- July 9th

Welcome back to the roundup. Not a big list of shows for the day, but a pretty solid one. 1) Shining Girls (Apple Plus) English Audio Description: Yes I vote this series most likely to make you go “WTF” and make your skin crawl in the same episode. A fascinating piece of work from Apple, really unlike anything else on right now. It would be easy to write this off as a standard crime solving TV series, but Kirby breaking with reality every episode really does put a twist on things. And, the narration does a great job of following … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- July 9th

The Too Much TV Roundup- June 29th

Just showing that it can happen. Nothing I watched yesterday is managing an A grade. Minus is as high as we go. 1) The Weakest Link (NBC/Peacock/Hulu) English Audio Description Available?: Depending On Platform. Bet you didn’t see this coming. i was laughing my ass off as somehow, the two dumbest players survived until the finale. This one guy missed the trivia question “I before E except after… what?” I was living for some of these answers. Ultimately, someone who did not deserve 40K got 40K. I loved. This episode so much. The one guy got to the finale and … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- June 29th

Emmy Watch: And The Nominees Are…

Outstanding Drama Series: Mad Men True Detective Game Of Thrones House Of Cards Downton Abbey Breaking Bad Outstanding Comedy Series: The Big Bang Theory Louie Modern Family Orange Is The New Black Silicon Valley Veep Outstanding Miniseries: American Horror Story: Coven Bonnie and Clyde Fargo Luther Treme The White Queen Outstanding Movie: The Normal Heart The Trip To Bountiful Killing Kennedy Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight Sherlock: His Last Vow Lead Actor In A Drama: Jeff Daniels (The Newsroom) Jon Hamm (Mad Men) Matthew McConaughey (True Detective) Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) Woody Harrelson (True Detective) Kevin Spacey (House Of Cards) Lead … Continue reading Emmy Watch: And The Nominees Are…