Over spring break, I spent the day at my grandparents’ house watching old shows from the 1960’s. I hadn’t seen many of them before and was excited to laugh at the fun fashion and the era’s simplistic, slapstick comedy.
On the surface, a council of dads isn’t a bad idea. Reconciling with his terminal diagnosis, loving father Scott Perry decides to form a council to guide and support his family after he’s gone. The series premiere serves as a prologue for the rest of the show.
This is it. A little over a year since Netflix pulled the plug on the critically-acclaimed Latinx-centered family sitcom, “One Day at a Time,” and after numerous fan campaigns and a last minute save by POP TV, the show has finally returned to our screens.
Well, it’s here folks: The robots are out of the park. Season three of “Westworld” brings the promise of a host takeover through the ringleader of our army of artificial intelligence, Delores Abernathy (Evan Rachel Wood, “True Blood”).
“I got people for that shit.” Abbreviating the phrase to PFTS, Kevin Gillepsie, one of the contestants in the new season of “Top Chef: All Stars,” says he has his own kitchen staff in his restaurants who perform the menial kitchen tasks that the contestants are now expected to perform
“Self-Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker” is a historical retelling of the life of Sarah Walker, (Octavia Spencer, “Hidden Figures”) a washerwoman who became the first female self-made millionaire during the Gilded Age.
If you ever say something and then find yourself thinking, “Was that racist?”, odds are, it probably was. That self-awareness of prejudice and microaggressions may seem reflexive to some in 2020, but in 1997, that may not have been the case for everyone.