Category Archives: Television

The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story: “The Man Who Would Be Vogue” Season 2 Premiere Review

The biggest question I had coming out of the premiere of the second season of American Crime Story is who this season of the show is for. “The Man Who Would Be Vogue”

2018 Golden Globe Predictions Part 2 – Television

Welcome to the second part of our Golden Globes forecast where we predict who will go home with the gold in the world of TV. The Globes is one of the most

Top 10 TV Episodes of 2017

An episode of a series sometimes has more power over the show itself—or even the television landscape at large—than the season it’s within. That’s why it’s important to highlight individual achievements for

Black Mirror: “Black Museum” Season 4 Episode 6 Review

The benefit of a grab-bag episode like “Black Museum” is that if one story doesn’t work, there’s another right around the corner that might. The season finale’s very concept, as it’s initially

Black Mirror: “Metalhead” Season 4 Episode 5 Review

“Metalhead” is the rare episode of Black Mirror where Charlie Brooker’s writing takes a back seat in favor of a new director coming in to put their stamp on the series. This is a

Black Mirror: “Crocodile” Season 4 Episode 3 Review

Where “Arkangel”‘s drama was loud and fussy, “Crocodile” takes a much quieter approach, but the result is ultimately the same. This is another episode of Black Mirror where the protagonist can’t help themselves but

Black Mirror: “Arkangel” Season 4 Episode 2 Review

Since season one’s seminal “The Entire History of You,” Black Mirror has conditioned its audience to know how to watch an episode like “Arkangel,” where a new piece of technology deeply integrates itself into

Black Mirror: “USS Callister” Season 4 Episode 1 Review

Has Black Mirror achieved blockbuster status? “USS Callister” certainly feels like the show reaching for a wider audience than ever before. But don’t mistake the episode as a nostalgia-fueled half-parody-half-homage to Star Trek in the

2018 TV Preview

As the unending golden age of television soldiers on, it’s become impossible to tell what great new series, or even its second season, might air and how it will be. But we’re

Top 10 TV Shows of 2017

Peak TV showed no signs of slowing down in 2017. HBO had one of its best years ever while the likes of Netflix and FX continued to churn out great shows throughout