I don’t normally do a Top 10 anything at the end of the year. Mainly because my lists resemble so much of what’s scattered around the web and a lot of these lists can be redundant, which makes it kind of pointless in my eyes. However, it was a pretty good year for television and there were quite a few things that I was very pleased with. As well as a couple of things I wasn’t. Since the world didn’t end on the 21st like the Mayans predicted, I figured why not go against my own grain a bit, and jot down my top 10 TV hits…..and the two misses. Yes, these are ranked in the appropriate order according to the world of me.
Now that the holidays are but a memory, it’s time to get back to business. TV business that is. Television pretty much comes to a grinding halt during the festive season and aside from the holiday specials, we’re forced to watch other things. Which isn’t really a bad thing per se, but it makes for difficult decision-making. Should I stream this show I’ve been sitting on for ages or should I watch that movie. You get the idea.
Since there is a whole lot of TV coming back in the following weeks, I’ve done a bit of a round-up. Below is a listing of shows (not every single one) returning from their winter break, and shows that are just starting. Everything is listed by premier date to make it easy.
Happy April Fools Day everyone. And Happy Friday as well. Today’s Goodie Wrap is short and sweet. I’ve had a bit of a crazy week, but it’s been productive. Thankfully! Now I’m preparing to hit up WonderCon tomorrow. It’s my first so I’m not quite sure what to expect, but I hope to have some good stuff to share with you all next week. If it’s anything like a Star Trek convention, it’ll be an excellent source for people watching. And now onward to the business at hand.
After looking at the box office take for the weekend, I Am Number Four came in second. I almost hate to say that I am part of that reason. Yes, I paid to go see it this weekend. I’m not saying it was a bad movie, but you know….sometimes there are those films that you don’t want to help out. I know that sounds awful. This film would have done just fine without my $7.50, but I contributed none the less. Continue reading “I Am Number Four Review” »