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 29th

Only 5 shows today, making my rankings either more difficult or less. I’m going to go with less difficult, as I had a pretty clear winner today. 1) Girls5Eva (Peacock) English Audio Description? Yes I don’t think I’ve ever been so close to saying and being honest with the phrase “If you cancel this show, I will cancel your service.” Peacock just lacks the depth in their bench right now to even be making those kinds of judgment calls, and needs the handful of successful shows they actually have to start to establish an audience. With no audience, they will … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- July 29th

The Too Much TV roundup- July 21st

It was a day. A day of wonder. And another prime time hearing that would be silly to rank. Fun, but silly. 1) Shining Girls (Apple Plus) English Audio Description Available: Yes If you’ve been following my posts at all, you know my love for Shining Girls knows no bounds. It is some truly original, gripping, freaky television. In this episode, The Thin Man confronts openly, like a total creep, his next likely victim. But, Kirby seems to have figured out that he’s been stopping in to this long term care facility to see this guy, who she does get … Continue reading The Too Much TV roundup- July 21st

The Too Much TV Roundup- July 17th

It seems like a lot of TV until you realize how many of these are actually half hour shows. 1) Girls5Eva (Peacock) English Audio Description Available?: Yes It takes a lot to dethrone my pick for Best Comedy, something that manages to elude Emmy voters (probably because it’s on Peacock). In the 7th episode, Wiki fell for a Lunch lord who she thought would be her basic whisperer and teach her the ways common folk think. Add to that an always a welcome appearance by Andrew Rannells, and a song that was basically just the girls asking each other if … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- July 17th