Two excellent comedy series, each of which makes matters of race very, very funny, are vanishing along with summer heat.
ABC should forget about the reboot, because nothing can match the fun weirdness of the original. And that’s no lie.
I don’t have time to spend 17 or 23 or however many hours it takes to catch up on past episodes of a TV series I’ve overlooked. So I’d like to propose an alternative: plunge-watching.
Phuntsok is a loving yet firm father figure. He tells her: “Sometimes being naughty is OK but the rest of the time you have to study and listen to your elders.”
Like “The Daily Show,” it broadens our perspective on the news — hey, there’s a whole world out there beyond the beltway!
How did the Tyra Banks reality show go from global juggernaut to tired TV trope?
To get ratings, reality TV shows are inviting celebs to drop in. And they get to do cool stuff.
I don’t think it’s possible to say one show is better than any other. But this understated Southern drama (10 p.m. Thursdays on SundanceTV) is definitely one of a kind.
Will these reality shows change audience attitudes toward trans individuals? It’s too soon to say how “Jazz” will fare. But with her humor and honesty, she’s a tough act for Caitlyn Jenner to follow.
These machines, including “Warhead” and “Ghost Raptor,” live up to their killer names.