Sleepy Hollow opened up the archives and invited us in to poke around their set. There I got first-hand experience in a small, but pivotal, role as an extra—plus a ton of on-set photos of Ichabod's haunts and creepy supernatural world.
The end of Lost sucked. Holy fuck, did it suck. It was really, truly, completely the worst — a mushy, indefensible cop-out that failed to resolve many of the show's central mysteries and seemed to argue against reason in favor of a vaguely defined faith in … what, exactly? Did the writers themselves even know? The…
The embed isn't working, but if you go to the ten minute mark in Jerry Seinfeld's "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" with Tina Fey, she talks about how she doesn't read stuff about herself online, but was looking at something about Amy Poehler and saw the following comment;
After considering many opinions across the internet and consulting with fellow yuri (百合, lesbian themed Japanese media) fans, these are the seven best examples of non-explicitly erotic girl-on-girl animation from Japan.
An aggregation of SplitSider posts on Gizmodo lead me to a profile of three Comedy Central, high-concept, one-season shows from the aughts which made me think of Viva Variety, so I looked for some clips. Starring Thomas Lennon, Kerri Kenney and Michael Ian Black, Viva Variety aired on Comedy Central in 1997.
Last week, I read the Rolling Stone in memoriam for Robin Williams, which doesn't appear to be available for free online and is only previewed, then later I ran across an hour-long PBS Special, "Robin Williams Remembered", which used clips from one of his last interviews and remembrances from some of his friends.
The rather meta show will involve a fictionalized version of Ryan Hansen trying to start a detective show about his character Dick Casablancas. It starts streaming Tuesday, September 16 on CW Seed.
In this week's episode of Intruders we get a bit of explanation, a bit of backstory and a bit of violence by a couple of characters. But the mystery of John Simm's accent remains unresolved. Spoilers ahead.
I am going to try to start watching Person's Of Interest this year. I've seen a few episodes, enough to know the basic plot but with three seasons complete i'm sure i'll be a bit behind. That new show <Scorpion> on CBS looks good. I am also going to try to catch Agents of Shield S2 as well as Flash and Gotham.
This is a fan-created video sort of summing up the first 5 seasons of 'Community'. I might've picked different clips, but the editing (the video maker is planning to study editing in school) is first-rate.
Do yourself a favor and watch this amazing pilot that was created by Conan O'Brien and Robert Smigel starring Adam West as a former actor who still pretends to be his character after his show is cancelled.
Case in point : "The Tick." It ran on Fox very, very briefly back in 2001. Based on the graphic novel/deconstruction of the genre by the same name, it had a lot going for it. As The Tick, Patrick Warburton got to showcase his specialty, as his character was both egotistical and thick. Nestor Carbonell was was…
On Tuesday, about the time the world was learning the gruesome fate of Steven Sotloff, the second American journalist to be decapitated in recent weeks by the Islamic State group, the marketing team promoting Fox series Sleepy Hollow was having some fun with "National Beheading Day." Complete with e-cards.
The new Doctor whisks Clara from Coal Hill School into a deadly war between humanity and the Daleks. But all is not as it seems with one unit of the Skarosian Empire, as as The Doctor delves into the mysteries within, he discovers new answers about his latest Regeneration... spoilers, of course, beyond the cut!
(spoilers, if you care about such things in a super-soapy teen soap) Upon starting the series.....1. They really expect me to root for a relationship between a 23-year-old teacher and his 16-year-old student?!?!! Eeeew. Gross. No frigging way.
A little bit ago i finished up the Daphne arc on Fairy Tail. I knew it was filler right from the get go and so i tried to cut it some slack because of that. But wow, this was bad guys. I mean real bad. And i'm sure most of you who watch this show was way past this part but i still want to see if i'm the only one who…
I haven't been around for a bit so i don't know if this was reported already. But i LOVE B5 and i am so looking forward to this. Sadly with the loss of Andreas Katsulas, Michael O'Hare and others it won't be the same and JMS has said he won't recast roles whose actors from the show have passed on. Which sadly means no…
What would happen if an automaker read the comments of Jalopnik and gave you exactly what you wanted? Potentially a costly disaster, a lesson we should have learned from a 23-year-old episode of "The Simpsons."
After watching the second episode of Intruders (
the first and second episodes are up on the BBC America website (not anymore)) the mysteries are only deepening. Spoilers ahead.