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Saturday, December 14, 2019

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: “Lockdown” Review

At the risk of hitting the point too hard, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” really needs to fix its problem with Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg). The fixation on Jake has been a theme throughout season two, and...

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: “Jake and Sophia” Review

This week’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” reminded me why in spite of my recent misgivings over the show’s seeming lack of interest in character development I ultimately trust these writers. “Jake and Sophia” could have been...

“Arrow” misses its target

The CW network has been on a streak of new and emerging hit shows that have brought new audiences to its television network with the emergence of action-oriented superhero-themed shows. The superhero genre that...

“Daredevil” dares to challenge the superhero film

Netflix has solidified itself as one of the best generators of original programming, rivalling the likes of modern powerhouses like AMC and HBO. No longer must cord-cutters leave their rooms to join their family...

“Happy Together” proves why the network sitcom formula needs to change

Who would have thought that after critical and box office success that was “Dunkirk”, Harry Styles’ next project was executive-producing a TV series that’s so unimaginative that we’ll all collectively add it to the...

“The Flash: The Darkness and the Light”

There’s one thing to take away after watching “The Flash,” which is that it’s simply a fun show. And it truly did deliver in bringing the fun in the show’s fifth episode of season...

“Orphan Black: Governed by Sound Reason and True Religion” Review

I watched the first season of “Orphan Black” in reruns on BBC America, and while I didn’t know everything that was going to happen, I already knew a lot of things. I heard about...

“The Flash,” season 2, episode 7: Gorilla Warfare”

After last week’s brutal episode, Team Flash is now recovering after Zoom’s dreadful visit to Earth-1 Central City. As such, there are heavy consequences for the team as Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) has become...

“Community: Advanced Advanced Dungeons and Dragons” Review

In these reviews, I’ve frequently pointed out references and similarities to previous seasons of “Community.” I’ve yet to decide if all these callbacks are a good thing or not. On the one hand, the...

“Orphan Black: Variable and Full of Perturbation” Review

It’s been difficult doing reviews for a show like “Orphan Black” because so much plot is jammed into each episode that it’s hard to decide what are the most important things to talk about,...