In 2009, very few Star Wars fans anticipated that “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” a dinky children’s show on Cartoon Network, would feature an event like Order 66. In the nicest terms, the early “Clone Wars” animation was stylized blocky CGI.
If you’ve spent any substantial amount of time worrying about lofty questions like the meaning of life, humanity’s purpose, or anything else you’d hesitate to bring up on a first date, then go watch “The Midnight Gospel” right now.
Stephen Falk’s criminally underrated “You’re the Worst” enters its final season promising a happy ending to the story of its two narcissistic, vulgar, blowhard protagonists. However, anyone who has been following the show since its inception will be holding their breath.
The current, undebatable king of reality TV is Gordon Ramsay. His hallmark cooking shows like “MasterChef” and “Hell’s Kitchen” continue to pull in ratings — albeit churning out mediocre chefs — and his new shows prove the only component of the formula necessary for success is Mr.
I’ll admit, I’m more of a bandwagon fan than an original die-hard of NBC’s sitcom “Community.” I watched the pilot when the show premiered in 2009, and again in 2013 when my beloved “The Office” ended.