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Category Archives: Show News
By Toby Burns23 May 2013
The last decade or so has seen a glut of culinary entertainment. Food shows have become mainstays on cable, dominated network primetime, and have even given birth to their own channels.
Accordingly, cooking show hosts have proliferated across the television landscape, attuning themselves to di…
By Ariel Nishli22 May 2013
As network television continues to suffer losses, now is the time to introduce new material that will hook viewers and sustain their attention. As executives reasoned, what better way to do so than with a show about G-d?
NBC’s latest offering Save Me, starring Anne Heche, premieres Thursday, May 23…
By Adam Pliskin21 May 2013
As long as people are unsatisfied, there’ll be multitudes of stories for them to read about the best jobs to look for and best companies to work at. We always want to excel at our careers, but, if we’re honest, lurking behind all that drive is the desire to bow out of the rat race, pack a bag, and travel the w…
By Maria Kern17 May 2013
KoldCast TV’s bold new comedy, Acting Out, explores the double life of a gay actor trying to reconcile his identity with making it big in image conscious Hollywood. “To come out or not to come out” is the flamboyant protagonist Bogie’s ultimate question, and he’s looking for answers in all the wrong p…
By Toby Burns15 May 2013
There was a time not too long ago when “nerd” was a dirty word. It conjured images of pocket protectors, acne, meticulous hair parts, and tasteless plaid button-downs. But those days are no more. Ours is an era so technologically hip, so wirelessly connected, so reliant upon the screen and the keyboa…
By Kira Hesser13 May 2013
In John Steinbeck’s great American novel, Of Mice and Men, a downtrodden George reassures his dimwitted pal Lenny about their plans for the future. “We’re gonna have us a little house and a couple of acres. We gonna live off the fat of the land… and have rabbits.” In 1937 when the novel was published, th…
By Maria Kern10 May 2013
American television, cinema, and the culture at large are experiencing a late, great, Greek revival. From endless Clash of the Titans sequels to the battle raging between yogurt labels, Grecian is in fashion.
Greek mythology has always had its hand in the stories we tell, but its role was covert, ut…
By Brad Pike08 May 2013
New York City’s over-the-top babysitting culture was just asking for it: the precocious children, roving helicopter parents, and of course the caretakers themselves, who are often less mature than the kids they watch.
“I’m eleven years old… Somehow, I’m her career advisor,” complains an eleven…
By Toby Burns26 Apr 2013
At what moment in life does the wine glass start to feel more comfortable than the red Solo cup? To what extant can you talk about your sexual idiosyncrasies while still remaining a likable party guest? How much domestic squalor is too much domestic squalor? These are the sorts of in-your-face questi…
By Kira Hesser24 Apr 2013
Jon Olson has devoted his career to making our hearts race. He first tried moving audiences as an actor in Los Angeles, before relocating to the best-kept secret in America – Portland, Oregon – where he enjoyed a brief stint selling defibrillators for a medical supplies company.