This week I wrapped up Season 2 of Lady Dynamite. It had been a long time coming, but I finally got to enjoy all that Filam love Maria Bamford threw at audiences with the season’s conclusion (an extra treat for me being half Filipino!). Of course, it’s not lost on me that Lady Dynamite is … Continue reading Why did Netflix cancel ‘Lady Dynamite’?
Oh, the familiar office romance. Salesman meets secretary. Producer meets director. Cashier meets cashier. On TV, workplace comedies often mix in romance by creating anticipation around a budding relationship with seasons’ worth of intimate moments, close calls and a consistent air of ‘will they or won’t they?’ Office love – what’s the appeal? Personally, I’ve … Continue reading How TV turns shady office flirting into #relationshipgoals
Ever wonder what it’s like to see MTV 's born-again improv show Wild N’ Out live? If you live in the New York area, it’s relatively easy to find out. I did so just that last week, visiting Nick Cannon and friends in a Greenpoint, Brooklyn warehouse studio to watch them film 1 episode. If … Continue reading MTV ‘Wild ‘N Out’ tickets NYC: What to expect
It’s been over a decade since the start of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, FX’s charmless, classless, and timeless comedy. Yup, if you’ve seen them all, you’ve watched 133 episodes of The Gang, and, if you’re like me, you’ve been eating each one up like mildly-cocaine-laced flour on your boss’ desk. An intimate affair, It’s Always … Continue reading Here’s who’s written the most episodes of ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’
Okay, maybe tribute’s a strong word. I’m sure there are fans out there who have been watching the various iterations of The Real Housewives since the debut of the first series, The Real Housewives of Orange County, in 2006. They could probably compile montages of the best spats, lists of the most eccentric quotes, and … Continue reading A Thanksgiving tribute to The Real Housewives of Hulu
It seems you can go into a movie theater almost any month of the year and find a comic book movie to watch. Recently, I checked out Thor: Ragnarok (happy birthday, Dad!) in theaters only to be reminded of another Marvel movie about to hit the big screen: Black Panther. Marvel is also making its … Continue reading A breakdown of all the live-action TV shows Marvel has out right now
Warning: This post contains spoilers from Hulu's The Path. A dedicated, longing and still-mourning fan of Breaking Bad, I shamelessly, and perhaps shallowly, followed my favorite actor from the series, Aaron Paul, to Hulu to support the introductory season of his next TV endeavor. Now, it's been 16 episodes, and I don't know why I watch … Continue reading I still don’t know why I watch ‘The Path’
During a recent wine-flushed flight (thank you Delta Comfort+), I learned you can watch live TV on an airplane. It was through this discovery that my fingers, grasping forward to tip the screen forged into the back of the seat head in front me, found a magnificent spectacle known as The Comedy Central Roast of … Continue reading The 5 Stages of Grieving a Cancelled Show