Kelly Bedard

As a sworn loyalist to the dying landscape of network television, I spend much of the year watching TV the old fashioned way- on the TV, one week at a time. So, when summer finally hits and the networks shut down their programming for a few months, I finally have the time to catch all […]

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con Reporters in the San Diego Comic-Con press room got to sit down with the cast and writers of the longest running show on The CW. Supernatural‘s been on the air so long, it’s actually the only remaining survivor who made the jump […]

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con Reporters in the San Diego Comic-Con press room were joined by the cast of The CW’s time travelling superhero show Legends of Tomorrow to dissect the craziness that was season two, look forward at what’s to come in the third season, and […]

  Kelly Bedard

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con Supergirl ended its second season (its first at new home The CW) with two pretty big cliffhangers- Mon-El left earth (and Kara), fleeing the planet’s new toxic-to-Daxamites atmosphere, then flew into a mysterious wormhole of some kind; and we saw a flashback […]

  Taylor Sobolewski

You’re probably not watching, because it’s on the CW and, despite the boost in programming over the last few years, you still see the CW as teen fare. You’re absolutely right in the sense that Riverdale has the overly sexualized “teens” and the melodrama of highschool but this show is so much more. It’s a […]

  Kelly Bedard

*spoilers throughout* The second season of Rachel Bloom & Aline Brosh McKenna’s wacky, honest, fun, moving, groundbreaking, silly, progressive gem of a musical comedy moved fast. Really fast. Like, a full series worth of plot and character development in 13 episodes kind-of-fast. The ensemble was re-shuffled with one major character exit, one major character addition, and […]

  Kelly Bedard

It’s time, once again, for the On DVD series featuring new releases from Paramount Home Distribution. Click Here to read about the film releases. Billions (Season One) I was really into this well-cast thriller about big money people, at least at first. It made the cut to score multiple MyTV Award nominations in the acting categories and […]

  Kelly Bedard

The CW’s newest lighthearted high-concept show about a grown-ass woman is just as refreshing and fun as Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, its forebears in the network’s chosen secondary genre. Gone are the too-hot-to-function teenagers and their soapy dramatics (Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill, 90210), making the network’s lineup a remarkably strong mixture of […]

  Rachael Nisenkier

CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2016. Team Arrow has grown over the years, and the expanded cast (not to mention showrunner Wendy Mericle) have a lot of thoughts on the many twists and turns their characters have gone through. We caught up with the cast and showrunners at the […]

  Taylor Sobolewski

The worst time of year for me will always be Finale Season because all my shows are leaving me for at least four months. To make it worse, it coincides with summer, which most people enjoy, but without my shows, I run out of excuses to stay inside indefinitely. Hitting me particularly hard this year […]

  Kelly Bedard

It’s time, once again, for the On DVD series featuring new releases from Paramount Home Distribution and Elevation Pictures. Daniel Tosh: People Pleaser Nah, who needs standup on DVD? This is Netflix’s game, everyone else should get out of it. Also, Daniel Tosh, can we please be done with him? Episodes (Fourth Season) The penultimate season of this […]

  Kelly Bedard

This sweet and salty CW musical comedy is a little uneven and it took a few episodes for the characters and overall point of view to start to really come into focus but, halfway into its first season (a Golden Globe win for Best Actress already secured), Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has developed into one of the most […]

  Saiya Floyd

Legends of Tomorrow has its work cut out for it. Not only does it have to distinguish itself from every other superhero TV show or movie, it specifically has to distinguish itself from its sibling series. Legends of Tomorrow is the third show in Greg Berlanti’s CW superhero universe, its predecessors being Arrow and The […]

  Robin Lempel

Episodes two and three of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend “Josh’s Girlfriend is Really Cool” and “I Hope Josh Comes To My Party!” were pretty funny. Obviously, from the titles, they were about Rebecca meeting Josh’s girlfriend Valencia and throwing a party. In the second episode, Rebecca meets Josh’s girlfriend Valencia, and immediately obsesses over her. She tries […]

  Saiya Floyd

The Flash is part of a larger DC television universe. Historically, this has worked to its advantage, with Flash/Arrow crossover episodes being fun adventures, trying new combinations of already known characters to push them out of their comfort zones. In this week’s “The Fury of Firestorm”, the larger TV universe felt like a burden rather […]

  Robin Lempel

I’m a big sucker for musicals, so I knew I had to check out Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. I was wary going in, though. Would this be one big, predictable joke about irrational, emotional, obsessed, clingy women? Or would Crazy Ex-Girlfriend mock the tired, and offensive stereotype? I found the pilot “Josh Just Happens to Live Here!” […]

CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2015. We are living in a golden age of comic book stories, with TV shows and movies flooding the market. While there are countless interviews with the leads and directors, the San Diego Comic Con panel “Musical Anatomy of a Superhero” gave the rarer […]

  Saiya Floyd

CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2015. The cast of The 100 appeared in Ballroom 20 on July 9th. Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropoulos, Lindsey Morgan, Ricky Whittle, Isaiah Washington and Jason Rothenberg spoke to their excited fans. (At one point Ricky Whittle, who plays Lincoln, jumped off stage […]

  Kelly Bedard

It’s time, once again, for the On DVD series featuring new releases from Paramount Home Distribution. Selma (May 5) If you’re going to buy a movie on DVD (and I understand why you wouldn’t), this is the one to get. The Blu-ray/DVD/Digital combo pack is pricey ($39.99; a better deal than the bare-bones DVD at 29.99) […]

  Taylor Sobolewski

Jane the Virgin wrapped up its freshman season this week with a one, two, three… actually, I’ve lost count of how many twists ended up in “Chapter Twenty-Two.” Despite its less-than-strategic title, this show is one of the greats, with the finale making me cry, laugh, and say “Noooooo” aloud more than once. So, like […]

  Saiya Floyd

Brooklyn Nine Nine (FOX) After binge-watching this comedy series over the summer, I eagerly awaited the second season. It did not disappoint. The characters are zany without being obnoxious. The strong ensemble cast was only enhanced by some brilliant guest stars (including Kyra Sedgwick, perfectly cast as Captain Holt’s nemesis). There wasn’t an episode so […]

  Kevin Dillon

The League of Assassins vs. Malcolm Merlin Nyssa is back to try and find Sarah, but Oliver tells her that she was killed. Nyssa knows that it was arrows that took her down, and it is Oliver’s mission to work with Nyssa to figure out who killed Sarah; she was in Starling City to track […]

  Kevin Dillon

(Spoilers Inside)  I realized yesterday during my busy return to work, that I had been remiss in my Arrow re-caps. After three weeks the show slowed down a little, but the one two from weeks one and two were enough to set the groundwork for the shows major arc, the mystery of who killed Sarah. […]

  Taylor Sobolewski

Who would have guessed the premiere I looked forward to most this season would be on the CW? Okay, that probably wouldn’t have been too difficult since anything with strong female leads and good-looking boys is kind of my thing. But beyond these important factors, the premiere of The 100 was so anticipated because of […]

  Tim Collins

America’s Next Top Model generally does a good job of finding some pretty fantastic models. You can typically tell early on in the season who the frontrunners will be. Cycle 20 finally introduce men to the world of ANTM and it added a much needed creative twist to the series. It’s no surprise that Cycle […]

  Kelly Bedard

I don’t go in for sexy vampires and demons and things anymore. Not that I ever really did. There’s nothing wrong with sexy vampires and demons and things, I guess, except that I feel like they’ve taken what was once my favourite network away from me. With The WB of Gilmore/Dawson/Everwood fame a distant memory […]