The Too Much TV Roundup- August 6th

One of those super chill days where I cleared a lot off my watchlist. This list doesn’t even include any films watched. 1) The Orville (Hulu) English Audio Description?: Yes Listen, Seth, I know that secretly you want to be done with this show for some reason. unfortunately, and I say this as a huge Family Guy fan from back in the day, this is the best thing you’ve ever done. This third episode, which featured a handful of the crew landing on a planet that showed life where there wasn’t supposed to be any was quite amazing. Sending each … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- August 6th

The Too Much TV Roundup- July 30th

One of my shorter lists, but I did manage a few movies instead of a long list of shows. It’s a trade off. Makes ranking a bit easier. 1) The Orville (Hulu) English Audio Description Available?: Yes This show doesn’t have the right to be this good. Seriously. The fact that it might end on Season 3 is bonkers to me, after watching them hit consecutive home runs on the first two episodes of the season. This one reminded me a bit of Event Horizon, with this ship in the middle of nowhere with no crew on board and just … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- July 30th

The Too Much TV Roundup- July 24th

I finally got around to starting a few new shows, as well as getting back into Evil (so I’m a little behind this season). But with the new shows, which one managed to top the list? 1) The Orville (Hulu) English Audio Description Available?: Yes Well, I rarely head with a spoiler warning, but we need to talk about this Season premiere. First, it’s been a minute since we’ve had the pleasure of the crew from The Orville after it moved to hulu. Covid delays and such. I’m actually surprised at the amount of people I know watching this. I … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- July 24th

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…