Say what you like about today’s Senate hearings on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh—that they’re draining, that they reveal an endemic and institutional distrust in this country of women, that they put Ted Cruz’s depressing Droopy Dog face back on TV for yet another unnecessary minute—but at least they’re proving…
When people talk about the current golden age of TV, they’re usually referring to big, serious dramas like Breaking Bad or The Wire. I am here today to tell you that Avatar: The Last Airbender, an animated show about a group of magical kids who ride around on a flying buffalo, deserves to be counted among them.
The series ended this past Sunday.
I was watching Conversations with Other Women and then No Reservations, and I remembered, I really like Aaron Eckhart. Where he at?
Okay so no spoilers in the post because I’m only like 6 minutes into episode 13. If you want any spoilers in the comments, please only talk about things from before episode 13 (well at least until like 9:30 central standard time).
I told each and every single one of ya’ll so.
I think I’m living for it. It’s filling the Parenthood/Brothers and Sisters shaped hole in heart.
Couldn’t none of y’all tell me about Chicago Med?
The cylon lady in Gaius’ head, what’s going on with that?
So I have never really seen the show, but I’m taking down my braids, so I’m going for it.
I’m not sure what I watched but I do know that it was some bullshit.
Out August 18.
You know what I want to watch? I want like a big sweeping romantic epic a la The English Patient, but it would be about King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba.
Today saw a momentous moment in Doctor Who history unfold: Jodie Whittaker was unveiled as the first woman to officially play the Doctor in 54 years of the show. She’s now also spoken out for the first time, offering fans a simple message: have faith in the change that Doctor Who has always been about.