Game of Thrones Recap: Battle of the Bastards

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR Ramsay, you were the chosen one. You were going to make Winterfell great again. Lots of spectacle on this week’s Thrones, it’s an hour...

New murder mystery “Big Little Lies” intrigues, with a few bumpy patches

Jeff Turner HBO’s latest miniseries features a murder, where several upper class-wealthy California mothers are supposedly involved. The director of the first episode is Jean...

Slim chances with ‘The Walking Dead’

"It's all about slim chances now and a slim chance is better than none," Rick Grimes tells his not-so-merry band of Zombie Apocalypse survivors in the new season of the hit AMC drama "The Walking Dead."


Kutcher steps in to save ‘Two and a Half Men’

The season premiere of "Two and a Half Men" left Charlie Sheen in the dust as producers prayed Ashton Kutcher would be replacement gold.


Oscars didn’t fail to surprise, awe and impress

Although the Oscars were last week, it feels like they just ended five minutes ago.
This year's Academy Awards went over the usual three hours by half an hour. While I consider myself a pop culture buff and eagerly await the Oscars every year, this year's telecast seemed to go on and on. Thankfully  host Seth MacFarlane tried to move things along.
 


NBC’s Thursday lineup some of the best on TV

A lot can be said about NBC, some of it good, some of it bad. But one thing is hard to dispute: it has some of the best shows on TV, and they all land on Thursday night.


The angriest man on TV returns for another round

Elmore Leonard is arguably one of the greatest American writers in history.  His work has been adapted many times for both TV and the big screen. Some adaptations have been exceptionally good, such as "Jackie Brown" or "Out of Sight." Others not so much, as was the case with the TV show "Karen Sisco" and the movie "The Big Bounce."


“13 Reasons Why” makes smooth transition to Netflix original

Kamrin Baker CONTRIBUTOR Published in 2007, the novel “13 Reasons Why” by Jay Asher found its young adult audience quickly and viscerally. Asher told the story...