Tag 20th Television

After 700 Episodes, Has The Simpsons Finally Gotten Self Reflective?

Per Matt Did you hear that sound? If you happened to tune into The Simpsons for Episode 700 this past weekend, you may have noticed something a little different. While family secrets and a holiday-themed redemption story were the main… Continue Reading →

You Can’t Spell Treehouse of Horror Without a Multiverse of Homers!

Per Matt Halloween is officially over, now that The Simpsons has finally aired its holiday-themed extravaganza.

The Passage Opens Up the Vampire Apocalypse

Survival horror mode was fully engaged in The Passage with the two-hour season finale, “Stay in the Light/Last Lesson.” The closing moments of the first season opened up a whole new world for the show, as a 97-year time jump… Continue Reading →

The Gifted Delivers Intriguing New (Mutants) Scenarios

It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day for The Gifted. More than just a baby was delivered in the second season premiere of the TV show.

636 is a Record-Breaking Number for The Simpsons

With its 636th episode, The Simpsons set the record for being the prime-time scripted series that produced the most episodes in television history, surpassing the 1955-75 CBS Western Gunsmoke, which aired 635 episodes. Now the animated show is absolutely the longest-running primetime… Continue Reading →

The Americans: Heating up the Cold War

Out of the numerous TV shows I watch every year, the one I most often recommend to others and which tops my list for the greatest show on television, now, is FX’s The Americans. To anyone unfamiliar, The Americans takes… Continue Reading →

Second Chance

If you had the opportunity, what would you do with a second chance? That’s the premise posed in the new FOX series, Second Chance, which is inspired, in part, by Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.

Under the Homer Dome at SDCC

Per Matt What happens under the Homer Dome stays at the Homer Dome… until now.

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