Although the premiere itself was nothing to rave about, I have a feeling the show will morph into a story with heart, action and some ass-kicking.
Abso Lutely Productions practically transformed awkwardness into a form of art.
It hurts to see your heroes fall, but it hurts even more to be a victim of harassment or abuse and see people try and discredit your feelings just because the person who harmed you makes them laugh.
Year after year, the familiarity of the Thanksgiving TV lineup has been a central uniting and calming factor of an otherwise chaotic holiday. But Thanksgiving TV has changed in recent years — and not for the better.
It’s an interesting, quirky chemistry that works.
Netflix. Xfinity on Demand. Hulu. You name it. I want it, I have it. No wait, no hassle.
It could have tackled serious issues through comedy, but the writing is far less intelligent and subtle.
At a time when the world is desperate for heroes, the gun-wielding, villainous rage of Frank Castle just isn’t going to cut it.
The experimental structure leaves room for a multitude of twists and turns, and the expert acting brings characters normally left in the shadows to the forefront of their narratives.
The medical drama has passed its expiration date. There are too many subplots, unrealistic health concerns and overplay of sexual promiscuity. The theatrics are laughable and very predictable.