What should I watch next? It’s a question that just keeps getting asked, despite — or maybe because of — how many new television shows are constantly being released. With so many options, shouldn’t it be easy to find something to watch? Sure, you can scroll through Netflix’s home page for hours, but what should
What should I watch next? It’s a question that gets asked over and over again despite all the new television shows coming out, a phenomenon that seems counter intuitive. With so many options, shouldn’t it be easy to find something to watch? Sure, you can scroll through the home page of Netflix for hours, but
The Blacklist, NBC’s endlessly twisty procedural about criminal mastermind Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader) and his elaborate plot to help the FBI catch most-wanted criminals in service of his own mysterious personal agenda, is one of the most consistently entertaining dramas left on broadcast TV. And now that Season 8 is nearly here (Friday, Nov.
This year has been a difficult one for many reasons, so the fact that we have had to say goodbye to some of our very favorite shows hasn’t exactly helped to elevate the mood of 2020. There have been several feel-good favorites which came to their bittersweet conclusions this year, including Modern Family, Schitt’s Creek, and The Good