Today’s Top Posts
So your ship just sank. You’re watching your favorite television series and you’ve just come to the stunting realization that your One True Pairing is never going to be paired together…or that they won’t be paired when the series bows out. How can you handle this? Between fits of rage, streams of tears, and tubs of Rocky Road and Cookie Dough ice cream shoved endlessly into your mouth, at some point you have to realize that it’s over, and you must move on.… Read more →
Last year, I asked this question and got the enormous gift of being able to watch Buffy the Vampire Slayer for the first time from start to finish… and with passionate fans from the great community, to boot. (I also got to see Breaking Bad on my own, which was as well one of the best decisions ever.) And now I’m asking once again: which show should I watch for the first time this summer?… Read more →
A&E renewed its modern day Psycho prequel Bates Motel today. The series’ second season will bow sometime in 2014 and consist of another 10 episodes. Pre-production on the second season will start at some point this year.
Bates Motel was the strongest drama series debut for the network, with over 4.5 million viewers after DVR numbers were factored in.… Read more →
The Vampire Diaries will be airing a backdoor spinoff pilot for Klaus and Co. titled “The Originals” on April 20th. The story of the episode, and concurrent pilot, involves Klaus going to New Orleans to stop some sort of plot a group of people are creating against him. Tagalong Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) guest stars in the pilot. And if all goes well, and The CW brass like it and how it performs, we’ll be watching new series The Originals this fall.… Read more →
Have you heard of Preacher’s Daughters? It’s a wonderful new reality show that airs on Lifetime on Tuesdays at 10pm. I’m not 100% caught up on all the episodes yet, but I already know that it is going to be one of my new favorites. As the title implies, the show follows three teenaged girls who are the daughters of pastors and these girls are anything but saintly.… Read more →
Hey, guys. I was sick over the last week, so that’s why this is so late… and why there wasn’t a review. Overall, I thought this episode was okay. I still don’t understand the whole slaughter one episode, let’s not discuss it at all the next. It seems like a huge deal that the final thing Silas kind of needed to pull off his two universes portal thing just happened and no one wants to even discuss it, but whatever.… Read more →
After taking last week off, The Americans is back with only a few hiccups. Thankfully, it dials down some of the Philip and Elizabeth drama in favor of focusing quite a bit on the other characters; the marriage issues are still there, but in this episode, they’re operating more in the background, which is just fine with me.… Read more →
I am so honoured to have been able to review The Walking Dead at No White Noise. It was truly a good run and hopefully I’ll be back when the show returns for season 4!
The season finale was exciting, thought-provoking, and all together great. If you’ve read my past reviews, I’ve been pretty hard on The Walking Dead since it came back with its midseason premiere.… Read more →
Cult ‘The Good Fight’ recap: Inside Skye’s Head and Possible Cancellation (for the show, not the show within the show)?
So I finally caught up on Cult and, boy, maybe it’s because I haven’t watched a mystery since Lost, but I have been finding myself more and more intrigued by this show. A lot of great storylines have been set up and I’m eager to see where they go. Anyways, here’s the breakdown of “The Good Fight”!… Read more →
Who’d have thought the only way to get me to give a shit about the papacy would be an animated series? Well, my Sunday School teacher for one.. but Archer still managed to achieve what many would consider a minor miracle with “The Papal Chase.” It made religion funny again. Well, considering who you’re talking to, Catholicism has always been a bit of a laugh riot for me, but Archer somehow made it seem fresh again.… Read more →