0 Comments · Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Could this third season of Girls
(10 p.m. Sundays, HBO) be the strongest yet? We’re only two weeks and
three episodes in, but it’s obvious the show is evolving — along with
the Girls themselves.
0 Comments · Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Spoiler Alert: Sherlock Holmes is alive. OK, obviously BBC’s original series Sherlock (10
p.m. Sundays, PBS) would not have continued onto a third season if its
namesake character was really dead.
0 Comments · Wednesday, January 8, 2014
HBO kicks off its 2014 programming this week with a new murder mystery anthology, True Detective (9 p.m. Sundays). The show follows Louisiana detectives
Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) and Martin Hart (Woody Harrelson) over
the course of 17 years, with the story jumping across three time
0 Comments · Wednesday, November 20, 2013
The last time audiences saw queen
bee-otch Ja’mie King, the Australian high school student had just
finished a term as an exchange student at — gasp! — a public school in Summer Heights High. Now she’s back on her home turf, wrapping up her senior year on-camera in Ja’mie: Private School Girl (Series Premiere, 10:30 p.m. Sunday, HBO).
0 Comments · Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Combining dramatized history, a late-’50s
American setting and the topic of sex is guaranteed to attract an
audience to nearly any show. But Masters of Sex (10 p.m.
Sundays, Showtime) delivers beyond these popular tropes to explore the
real-life early scientific study of human sexuality.
0 Comments · Wednesday, October 9, 2013
American Horror Story: Coven (Series Premiere, 10 p.m. Wednesday, FX), as the subtitle suggests, is all about witches. Of course, this is no Hocus Pocus
— the series will jump across time and the country to feature
modern-day witchcraft, 19th-century Voodoo and the Salem witch trials.
In present day, witches are rare and in danger.
0 Comments · Wednesday, October 2, 2013
Homeland has always been a psychological drama. The series began as a
mind-bending story centered on “turned” prisoner of war Nicholas Brody
and CIA officer Carrie Mathison (the role for which Claire Danes just
nabbed another Emmy). But the bombing in last season’s finale has turned
Homeland on its head, along with most of the show’s characters.
0 Comments · Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Get ready to treat yo’self, because Parks and Recreation (8 p.m. Thursdays, NBC) is back with an hour-long premiere this week. This sixth season opens with the Pawnee
crew in London, where Leslie is honored with an international “Women in
Government” award. Expect Leslie, Ben, April and Andy to take in the
sights as Ron preaches his disdain for all things European.
0 Comments · Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Starting Monday, FX spawns a new young adult network, dubbed FXX. FX’s hit comedies It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and The League will make the jump to the new network along with the nightly talk show Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell.
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Jac's roundup of pop culture news and Internet findings
were limited to teenagers at the mall food court, drunk girls at bars and an
alarming amount of people in bathrooms? Broaden your scope to include law
enforcement with Cop Selfies, which sadly also include plenty
of toilet shots:
And even one with
Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger.
depressing than the fact that police make duckfaces, too? The Rich Kids of
Instagram, what started as a blog highlighting the hashtagged lives of the
young and privileged, are reportedly getting their own show.
Start jogging in
place to raise those endorphins, because your mood is LIT’RALLY going to
plummet when you hear this news: Pawnee’s Chris Traeger and Ann Perkins
are leaving our lives as Rob Lowe and Rashida Jones will be exiting Parks and Rec mid-way through the
upcoming sixth season. The hot-and-cold couple decided to make a baby in last
season’s finale, so hopefully we’ll get to see Chris obsess over Ann and the
baby’s health — I shudder to think about the gargantuan prenatal vitamin he’ll force down poor Ann Perkin’s throat — and
the subsequent birth of the most attractive baby ever.
What angsty teen
didn’t grow up with Daria,
worshiping Ms. Morgendorffer’s monotonous snark, too-cool-for-school edge and
perfect Doc Martins? Well, 10 years later, Daria’s back (NOT REALLY), in the
flesh, for a Lawndale High reunion, in this faux movie trailer:CollegeHumor's Favorite Funny Videos
Ellen DeGeneres is
hosting the Oscars! The funnylady, a 100 percent upgrade from last year’s host, Family Guy creator
Seth MacFarland, confirmed the news on Twitter:
Everybody is happy
about this because everybody obviously loves Ellen, except probably One Million
can all eat one million dicks for all I care. GO ELLEN.
The Doctor is in —
Peter Capaldi will replace Matt Smith in Doctor
making him the 12th actor to portray The Doctor on the show, the
longest-running sci-fi series. Capaldi is best known for his role on the British
political satire The Thick of It (which
inspired HBO’s Veep), which is
available on Hulu. He steps in front of the camera as Doctor No. 12 this fall.
Time Warner Cable
users have even more to complain about than usual as the provider has dropped
CBS and Showtime “due to outrageous demands for programming.”
This blackout does not result in a price cutback for customers and it
especially sucks for people who just recently got into Ray Donovan.Hey, Mumford & Sons have a new music video. Something look a little off to you?Nah.
Roasts are generally reserved for washed up celebs and veteran comics, but the
network is gonna try something new with the Roast of James Franco. Hosted by
BFF Seth Rogen, the roast is sure to draw in an even bigger, younger audience. Yes,
we all love it when Seth and James get together (see: the last decade), but the
real laughs will come when the seasoned roasters sink their teeth in ole
There are two
types of people who spend too much time on the Internet. People who troll
comments, who need to have their toenails removed one by one, and people who do
this, who should be showered in champagne.