Category Archives: Television

Things we Loved this Week 4/12/19

This trailer for The Dead Don’t Die Coming out in June, this Jim Jarmisch zombie film has an amazing cast including Bill Murray, Iggy Pop, Carol Kane, Rosie Perez, Danny Glover, Selena Gomez, Tilda Swinton, Steve Buscemi, and Chloë Sevigny. … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: TV Archaeology/Laughing Matters

“Man from Atlantis” (1977, Warner Archives Collection) Given the current appetite for all things superheroic, Warner Archives is wise to release a Blu-ray edition of this feature-length pilot for the short-lived 1977 television series starring Patrick Duffy as the titular, … Continue reading

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Jimmy Pesto of Jimmy Pesto’s Pizzeria Attacked the Set of Bob’s Burgers for April Fool’s Day

Today it was discovered by employees of Bob’s Burgers that the troublemaking Jimmy Pesto “redecorated” their lunchroom with Italian flags and insults. Please follow and like us:

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LA Through a Cracked Lens: Larry David Curmudgeoning as Rita Wilson gets a Star on the Walk of Fame

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Legendary Sports Analyst Dick Vitale to be Bestowed Lifetime Achievement Award at 40th Annual Sports Emmy® Awards

On February 12th  2019, The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) proclaimed Dick Vitale, one of the most highly respected, colorful color commentators the athletic world over, to be this year’s recipient of Lifetime Achievement Award for Sports … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Autobiographical Interview with Mrs. C: Marion Ross’ “My Days: Happy or Otherwise”: From Bogie and Bacall to TV Mother of us All!!!

Marion Ross: Upon conjuring her image, one might primarily envisage a most neatly coiffed raven up do, grounded by a commensurately elegant petticoated skirt under a full body apron, and the all-around genteel vintage American allure of the most feminine … Continue reading

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National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Announces Digital Drama Series Pre-Nominations for The 46th Annual Daytime Emmy® Awards!

On February 19, 2019 The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) revealed the latest in cutting edge TV programming excellence via the Digital Drama Series Pre-Nominations in preparation for the 46th Annual Daytime Emmy® Awards. In order to … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: TV Archaeology/Kids’ Stuff

“American Vandal: Season One” (2017, CBS Home Video/Paramount Home Video) Twenty-seven penises spray-painted on teachers’ cars earns school knucklehead Jimmy Tatro an expulsion, which prompts pals Tyler Alvarez and Griffin Gluck to launch a true-crime-styled documentary investigation. Your mileage may … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: Old Fears for a New Year Part 2

“What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice?” (1969, Kino Lorber) Having found an expedient solution to her financial woes by bilking and then murdering a succession of housekeepers, widow Geraldine Page appears to meet her match in new hire Ruth Gordon. … Continue reading

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Return to Kovacsland: UCLA Film and Television Archive Pays Tribute to TV Pioneer’s Centennial

The UCLA Film and Television Archive will pay tribute to comedian and television pioneer Ernie Kovacs with a two-night retrospective of his groundbreaking small screen work and film career. “Kovacsland Forever: Ernie Kovacs Centennial” – which is one of several … Continue reading

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