TV Jan. 23-29: One of Ours, Billions, Walking Dead: Origins, Gilded Age, Freak Brothers, Promised Land, Aziz Ansari, Resident Alien, Astrid and Lilly Save the World, Afterparty, Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window, Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild, True Dating Stories, Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness, Home Team, Willem Dafoe and Katy Perry on SNL

I'm stir crazy are you stir crazy holy hell what month is it wake me when this is over. In the meantime, I'll be watching a lot of good new stuff this week. My beloved creepy pleasure Snowpiercer is back, as is Resident Alien. And if you are period-costume-drama inclined, watch out for Gilded Age.... Continue Reading →

TV Jan. 16-22: Somebody, Somewhere, Hell or Clean Water, The Teacher, American Gods, Two Sentence Horror Stories, Fanny: The Right to Rock, How I Met Your Father, Man Woman Dog, Assembled: The Making of Hawkeye, La Fortuna, Real Time with Bill Maher, Ozark, As We See It, A Hero, Servant, Dramaworld, Mark Moriarty: Off Duty Chef, War Club

As I write this, it's my sainted mother's birthday eve. On Jan. 17, she would've been 82 and happy/cranky AF (yeah, it's a thing). To celebrate, I'm writing this and then going to make her FAAAAAAMOUS mac and cheese. Here's the recipe. Happy birthday Betty Lou. Betty’s Macaroni and Tomatoes and Cheese While you’re boiling... Continue Reading →

TV Jan. 9-15: Righteous Gemstones, MacGruber, A.P. Bio, Hitmen, Code 404, All Creatures Great and Small S2, Vienna Blood, Call Me Kat, Pivoting, Euphoria, Portrayal, Claws, American Masters: Ailey, Naomi, Dollface, Eternals, Children Ruin Everything, Brazen, Peacemaker, Vince Carter: Legacy, Betty White Goes Wild, After Life, Ray Donovan: The Movie, The Tragedy of Macbeth, Hotel Transylvania: Transformia, Archive 81, The House, Thin Blue Line, Brassic, Ripper Street, People Just Do Nothing, Best in Miniature

Good day TV fans. No broadcast of the Golden Globes tonight (NBC declined, it said, to protest lack of representation by the sponsoring organization the Hollywood Foreign Press. If you want to follow the winners, go to social media or the Globes website. Now then, to the premieres of new and returning shows, and their... Continue Reading →

TV Jan. 2-8: Masterpiece’s Around the World in 80 Days, All Creatures Great and Small, The Cleaning Lady, 9-1-1: Lone Star, Kenan, Witness for the Prosecution, black-is, Finding Your Roots, Grand Crew, Son of a Critch, Working Moms, Run the Burbs, Good Sam, Pretty Hard Cases, Still Standing, I Am, Women of the Movement, This Is Us, Coroner, This Way Up, Tender Bar, Arctic Vets, Show Trial, Angela Black, The Office U.K., Who Do You Think I Am, 10 Years Younger, Save with Jamie, Search Party

All the best in 2022. Sunday Jan. 2 Masterpiece: Around the World in 80 Days (series premiere PBS) "is a thrilling, new adaptation of Jules Verne’s classic adventure novel. David Tennant (Good Omens, Doctor Who) stars as literature’s greatest explorer, Phileas Fogg. He is joined on his incredible journey by French actor Ibrahim Koma (OSS 117, Wùlu)... Continue Reading →

TV Dec. 26 – Jan. 1, 2022: Insecure: The End, Death to 2021, Super Bob Einstein Movie, Book of Boba Fett, The Standups, Queer Eye, Cobra Kai, Lost Daughter, Gary Owens: Black Famous, Stay Close, Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts, Doctor Who

Well that didn't work out very well. Holidays threw a few wrenches into my schedule and TV — gasp! — was pushed right off the table. My apologies. Here are the new-program notes for the week that started sooooo long ago! Sunday Dec. 26 Insecure: The End (Crave app) "The all-new documentary INSECURE: THE END, [is]... Continue Reading →

TV Dec. 19-25

Yes, people, the end of the year is upon us. TV is sparse but potent. REOPENING NIGHT (doc premiere HBO, Crave app Monday, Dec. 10 at 10pmCT/11ET, Crave app) "History in the making. #ReopeningNight, an original documentary, goes behind the scenes with The Public Theater as they face a roller coaster ride of hurdles returning... Continue Reading →

TV Dec. 12-19

Hello chickens. Got enough Xmas cookies? I should hope so. Anyway, TV. Monday Dec. 13 Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street (doc premiere HBO, Crave) "is a rare window into the early days of Sesame Street, revealing the creators, artists, writers and educators who together established one of the most influential and enduring children’s... Continue Reading →

TV Dec. 5-11

Things are getting pretty busy in the d2 workshop but I managed to toss this together and throw it into the oven. I mean blog. Catching up Santa Inc. (season 1 premiere Crave Dec. 2) "The HBO Max eight-episode, half-hour adult animated series, SANTA INC., tells the story of Candy Smalls (Sarah Silverman), the highest-ranking elf in... Continue Reading →

TV Nov. 21-24: Power Book II: Ghost, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Bruised, Solar Opposites, Black and Missing, Jonas Brothers Family Roast, Hawkeye, Hanna, Robin Robin, Burning, Bruised, A Boy Called Christmas, 8-Bit Christmas, True Story

Onward! Sunday, Nov. 21 Power Book II: Ghost (Season 2 premiere Starz, Crave app) “Season 2 brings high stakes challenges, and even bigger ethical dilemmas for the characters. Forced into the choice to take the life of his professor, Jabari Reynolds (Justin McManus, BLUE BLOODS), Tariq St. Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr., LUV) finds himself drifting... Continue Reading →

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