Mike is a TV-obsessed actor and writer living in Los Angeles, California.
As I’ve been watching shows this season, I’ve noticed that many of them have something in common: Bigger is better. By this I mean, more
Last year, if a TV show wasn’t performing well right off the bat, broadcast networks would pull it off the air after only two or
I have been a fan of the Muppets ever since I can remember. A Muppet Christmas Carol is my favorite Christmas movie. If the movies
Every season, the networks try to reinvent the wheel of television, looking for what isn’t represented in their lineups and supply it, often with very
Last season, Empire was a breakout hit for FOX and was easily the biggest new show of last season, breaking records and challenging expectations over
Jason Voorhees is back….again. I’m not talking about the sequel to the 2009 reboot of Friday the 13th that comes out next year. The CW
The Slap, an adaptation of an Australian series of the same name, was not the best TV I’ve ever seen. It centers around a grown
If you’ve been following my Glee reviews, then you know I have some serious issues with the show. Its inconsistent plots, poor character development, contradictory
So much happened during Wednesday night’s Empire finale that I’m still trying to process it all. But I’ll try to break it down for you.
Finally! An episode of Glee with good music! It’s been many weeks since I could say that. Not that the music has been bad, per
On Empire this week, Lucious (Terrence Howard) is about to lose control…and he doesn’t like it. As Empire Records moves closer to going public, he
I can’t tell whether I’m glad that Glee is acknowledging its issues, or irritated that it’s creating convenient plot devices to get around them. In
Now that all the alumni storylines are wrapped up, Glee is turning its focus to the new kids. The fact that this hasn’t happened since
This week’s episode of Empire starts at a high intensity and stays there the entire episode as the Lyon family goes into crisis mode. Cookie