Here are the top five things you can only find in Albuquerque.
An increasing number of Hollywood productions are using real-life scientists as advisors to not only boost the technical accuracy of scripts and video content but to also create more exciting high-tech storylines to wow audiences.
Mad Men is back, and I'm glad. Even though the two-part premiere episode wasn't perfect, it brought some keen acting, sharp dialogue, and stunning visuals. And it brought the show fully into the beginning of the fire that consumed the late 1960s.
After captivating audiences for six years, the gritty drama Breaking Bad is only months away from airing its final season. With only a few episodes left to complete this intense series, many fans may find themselves curious as to what will come in these final episodes.
Keeping a clean and carefully edited DVR has always been important to me. As a TV journalist, it feels like part of the job. But then I got pregnant, had a baby and went on 16 weeks of maternity leave, and I'm here to confess that all DVR hell broke loose.
It goes like this: a female character judges the male protagonist's bad behavior in a completely rational way, and the audience hates her for it.
Cancer is a huge topic in the media. So many movies, books, TV shows, and news stories have plots or sub-plots related to cancer. Up until a week ago, I spent far too much of my energy avoiding it. Sounds simple enough, right? Wrong.
My name is Michele and I am a binge viewer.
House of Cards is about accumulation of power, and the will to do something with it. The catchphrase is, "Bad, but for a greater good." But is that really the case? Do the ends justify the means? And exactly what ends are we talking about?
If you haven't visited lately, or ever, please do stop by. Here's what I like best about this city on Route 66.
Violence and murder are and should be tools in the storytellers' arsenals, but those tools grow dull with overuse.
Are reality/crime hybrids the wave of the future now that reality television has carved out space on our screens? Or is there something troubling about programs that merge true stories with disturbing situations?
I will say there is more than one wedding, more than one birth, more than one death, and eventually even a madwoman in the attic (not necessarily Downton's attic).
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Year-end lists are a holiday tradition along the lines of mistletoe and eggnog. Some people love it and some people hate it, but like clockwork, every year critics and viewers alike start listing the shows that were naughty and the ones that were nice.
Looking at my Top 10 list, I realized it's as bipolar as "Homeland's" Carrie Mathison: On one side are five dramas that explore compromised morality and existential despair, and on the other, say hello to comedy!