The Too Much TV Roundup- July 28th

A solid day of television, even if most of it was just so-so, and some new shows start to make their appearance in my rotation. 1) Undone (Amazon) English Audio Description?: Yes Just as Amazon dropped the cancellation hammer on The Wilds (which i gave up on during its first season), I’m here to champion another one of their shows (which didn’t stop them from cancelling night Sky). Undone is one of the most original shows on television, for a myriad of reasons, from its use of rotoscope to its general outline involving time travel and these abilities that this … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- July 28th

The Man From Toronto

Starring: Kevin Hart, Woody Harrelson, Kaley Cuoco, and Ellen Barkin. Directed By: Patrick Hughes Where I Watched it: Netflix English Audio Description Available?: Yes Description Provided By: International Digital Center Written By: Liz Gutman The Plot: A man (Hart) who is trying to convince his boss that non-contact boxing is the way of the future gets mistaken as a lethal and legendary assassin known only as The Man From Toronto. But when the real man (Harrelson) actually shows up, he realizes that he now must actually use this guy because the people he’s working for now facially recognize, and they … Continue reading The Man From Toronto

The Too Much TV Roundup- June 20th

A bit of a mixed bag today. Definitely a wider range of quality than on Sunday. 1) Outer Range (amazon) English Audio Description Available?: Yes Things really heated up in this episode. The interim sSheriff showed she’s a lot smarter than people give her credit for, Royal threatened the land commissioner who clearly did not feel threatened, and someone else now knows about the black hole. That was definitely a way to end that episode. I thought Will Payton was going into the hole, but turns out… well I’ll find out next week. This is what TV watching should be. … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- June 20th

TV Critics Choice Awards

The Critics Choice awards have announced their nominees for this past season. I’m pretty happy across the board with these: Best Comedy Series: The Big Bang Theory, Louie, The Middle, New Girl, Parks and Recreation, Veep Best Actor In A Comedy: Don Cheadle (House of Lies), Louie CK (Louie), Jake Johnson (New Girl), Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory), Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation), Jeremy Sisto (Suburgatory) Best Actress In A Comedy: Laura Dern (Enlightened), Zooey Deschanel (New Girl), Lena Dunham (Girls), Sutton Foster (Bunheads), Julia Louise Dreyfuss (Veep), Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation) Best Supporting Actor In a Comedy: … Continue reading TV Critics Choice Awards