Find out why the new Lifetime movie "The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe" is too much Marilyn.
After I found out about CBS's new reality show, The Briefcase, I knew I had to try and pitch a better idea to Mr. Les Moonves. My gut reaction is this new reality show will flop. There is nothing gratifying about watching struggling families try to rationalize who deserves to be financially helped more. But there is great satisfaction in seeing deceptive business people forced to pay back those they have scammed.
I've ordered (what I consider to be) my personal top 10 sitcoms of all time. Of course, this kind of list is purely subjective but I feel strongly about every single show on this list. I encourage you to watch each one and make up your own mind, without letting any negative preconceived notions to color your true opinions of these shows. I don't imagine that being a problem because all 10 of these are incredible in many ways. Let's get started...
Although The Walking Dead is, as it stands now, still airing its 5th season, we dedicated television watchers know that all things must end (at least until around the same month next year). The gap in between seasons is a long time to go in between what is the favorite television show of many. So to fill the void, here are eight shows like AMC's The Walking Dead, although not all of them follow the zombie apocalypse trope that is over saturating every facet of media.
Anime has gained worldwide recognition. It has set its own genre and caters to all ages. These are the reasons how anime became so popular.
Here are my thoughts after watching the Japanese drama "Utsukushiki Wana."
You can learn a language watching TV shows and movies. Taking a class and visiting the country where people speak the language you want to learn is great, but shows and movies alone can give you insights about the culture and current vocabulary. Your ear will become more attuned to the different sounds of your new language.
Childhood, an innocent carefree time of cheerful TV shows made just for your entertainment and, if you grew up in the UK in the Seventies or Eighties, to chill your soul for the rest of your life.
Does the Undying Monster die? Is it actually a monster? Will this summary end with a third question?
How two men from the unfashionable end of England changed the course of the UK's comedy scene, with the aid of a desk, verbal nonsense, and a very long stick.
A brief guide to the TV show that over the course of just 12 episodes, changed the face of British comedy forever.
If there is one thing that is not a secret about the seat of the United States national government, it is that Washington, D.C. is full of secrets. Nothing displays the political intrigue and drama in a more fascinating way than the masterful, award-winning Netflix Original series House of Cards. For those that were hooked by the first two seasons, season three is fast approaching. Those prepping for its arrival will be titillated by these facts you may not have noticed from House of Cards seasons one and two.
One of the funniest comedy shows of the 1990s, TV news spoof 'The Day Today' was years ahead of its time.