If there’s one thread tying together both Oct. 14ths, separated by eleven long years, it’s the theme of self-deprecation.
Humans and rebel Cylons form an alliance to find Earth, but events immediately conspire to destroy it.
Starbuck survives a mutiny, allies with Cylons, and receives a prophecy affecting humans and Cylons alike.
Steve Carell just made the best argument for loosening the vice grip of political correctness, and it involves ‘The Office.’
The ‘Real Housewives of New York City’ cast had a wild Tuesday night, and it all ended up on Instagram.
No other fictional person contained in a TV series has better portrayed unrelenting conflict and struggle like Jimmy McGill.
The obliviousness of ‘Murphy Brown,’ and its cast of coastal elites, is a case study in why public trust in media has eroded.
The latest entry in the ‘Old Folks Sitcom’ category offers some promising comedy and strong sense of nostalgia at a time when we can all use it.
After a summer of politics at its weirdest, the show’s best foot forward amounted to five minutes of mediocrity. For the best in the business, it’s inexcusable— but it’s not inexplicable.
The series is simply not funny unless you are a liberal. Its comedy is manipulative. It loads the deck by giving all the best lines to the liberals, while conservatives sputter and flee.
The Cylons plunge into civil war while Tyrol, Tigh, and Tory process the revelation they too are Cylons, with a fatal consequence.
The show, known for its highly emotional storylines, did not return on the same gut-wrenching tone it left off with last season. Instead, the premier carried an attitude of hope.
‘Play by Play’ probably best represents the network’s campaign to make dudes feel okay about having an informed opinion on Vicki Gunvalson’s ‘pattern of loving unavailable men.’
As Eleanor seeks to become her best self, she realizes that moral improvement involves self-sacrifice, something she never thought about on Earth.
Season Four begins in a space battle between humans and Cylons, but the real drama comes from conflicts of faith within both camps.
Season five of Netflix’s ‘Bojack Horseman’ harps on the lessons of Me Too at the expense of developing the show’s characters.
No more simple, child-like fun for Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends. Now they are tugging a political agenda to the pre-K set.
Netflix drops plenty of comedy on subscribers today, with the familiar in new seasons of ‘BoJack Horseman’ and ‘American Vandal,’ and a talk show hosted by Norm Macdonald.
Season Three concludes with Baltar’s trial and shocking discoveries on the path to Earth.
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