Just a quick review…
There weren’t many returning dramas I was anticipating this fall — Homeland, Revenge, Nikita — but Scandal was still at the top of the list.
If you were wondering what The Vampire Diaries “did last summer,” here’s your answer: more of the same. That’s great and all if you love what The Vampire Diaries has been doing for about a season and a half.
The fact that The Michael J. Fox Show doesn’t focus on Mike Henry’s Parkinson’s disease is the only thing the show has going for it. It’s boring.
Playing just one character in a Broadway show is a challenge. Add two more characters, and you have Sara Chase of the new hit musical comedy First Date.
Last night, the most important hour of television finally aired — Miley: The Movement. That’s right, guys, the only relevant singer right now poured it all.
The Goldbergs has so much potential, but it is squandered. The show is filled with annoying characters. It also doesn’t grasp that the 80s weren’t the 2010s, only 30 years ago.
The story of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks has been thoroughly publicized, and yet inexplicably unknown by the masses. I was just talking to a friend about this, as well.
In anticipation of a series of interviews with the cast of Broadway’s Musical Comedy FIRST DATE, NoWhiteNoise is giving away a voucher for a pair of tickets to this seasons MUST SEE Broadway show.
I finished Angel season five about a month ago, before I went on a mini-vacation and took a long break from NWN. (Spoiler alert: I’m still kind of doing that.
Girlfriend is keeping that hairstyle, for all you people who’ve ragged on Elena’s locks for so long. The official Vampire Diaries Facebook page posted this new video.