College Football Championship Saturday Viewing Guide

Everyone pat yourselves on the back. You made it through another college football regular season safe and sound. I’m proud of each and every one of you. You look at the schedule – 14 weeks – and think, “wow that’s not a whole lot of time I have had like three relationships longer than this.” … Read more

The Original KITT From ‘Knight Rider’ Is Hitting The Auction Block

Questions: Are you a fan of the 1980s television series Knight Rider? Do you enjoy collecting TV memorabilia and/or cars and/or things David Hasselhoff’s butt has been in or on? Do you have like a quarter million dollars in very, very disposable income? If you answered yes to all (or most) of those, then there’s … Read more

The Reason You Should Stop Paying For Cable

Like a lot of consumers tired of paying a hundred dollar monthly bill, I cancelled my cable subscription several years ago. Instead I rely on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, all streamed directly to my TV via a tiny Roku. Is it perfect? No, I don’t have any sports access. And I can’t watch live … Read more

Eva Green Sees The Devil In The New Teaser For Season Two Of ‘Penny Dreadful’

Penny Dreadful will premiere its new 10 episode season in exactly seven weeks. You should be excited. After all, it was America’s second most pirated series of 2014. And even though she’s billed third on the official poster, we’re all tuning in to see what level of crazy Vanessa (Eva Green) will elevate to next. Season 2 … Read more

HBO NOW Coming in April for $14.99 USD Per Month

For those with any number of Apple products, today’s announcement of a standalone HBO service that doesn’t require a cable subscription is a game changer. Dubbed HBO NOW, those that sign up get instant access to every episode of every season of HBO’s award-winning original shows and Hollywood blockbusters – with no long-term contract or … Read more

The Most Anticipated TV Shows Of 2015

You’re probably sick of hearing it by now, but we currently are living through a golden age for television. For the first time since it became a viable medium for stuff other than news reports and Muffin The Mule, TV has overtaken cinema as the place to look for interesting, inventive, unique and nuanced drama, … Read more