The new Star Trek and Jon Stewart shows will allow each service to establish itself as an original content provider, though each will face stiff challenges in the process.
While its Halloween episode isn’t as sharp or pointed in its social commentary as the season premiere (which tackled the use of the n-word), it does use the holiday to discuss heavier family relationships.
Now that it’s November, it seems like the right time to take a step back and reflect on the highs and lows of this season’s network ratings.
The market was founded in 1991 by a group of local artists with one major phrase in mind: “From our hands to yours.”
Much of the success of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” comes from Bloom’s performance, as her charisma and pure commitment to the role are matched by few others in this season’s crop of new pilots.
Given the massive amount of great television made right now, it’s hard to recommend “Red Oaks” be watched immediately.
With time, Noah should be able to take what worked, improve what didn’t and spin the show in a direction where he is more comfortable
“The Muppets” ’s weirdest aspect is how it puts these adored characters into conventional sitcom roles, using the mockumentary format popularized by “The Office” and “Modern Family.”
“Scream Queen” ’s ensemble is among the strongest of the new fall pilots, however, they’re hampered by one-note characters.
Television is a less fun place without “Key & Peele,” and, more crucially, television is a less diverse place.