TV April 2-4 updated: Bill Maher, Broke, Man with a Plan, Amazing Stories, Julia Child (did she ever leave?), Tales from the Loop, Money Heist, Coffee and Kareem, etc.

I'm not going to lie. I'm a little tipsy. It's my birthday and despite social isolation, the cocktail hour has been a little more raucous than on any normal birthday. No judging. Onward. Thursday April 2 Broke (9:30-10pm Global, CBS) New sitcom. Bumph: "Jaime Camil and Pauley Perrette star in Broke, a comedy about Jackie (Perrette),... Continue Reading →

TV March 29 – April 1: Late night makes quarantine comeback, Call the Midwife, Kim’s Convenience, Elton John, etc.

I haven't watched late night TV in a long while but I will this week. Goddamn this pandemic has made me pine for Jimmy Fallon. Jesus wept. Sunday March 29 Call the Midwife (PBS 8-9pm) returns for a ninth season. "Dr. Turner and Nurse Crane deal with an alarming outbreak of diphtheria; the team tries... Continue Reading →

TV March 26-28: Local CBC news returns, late night returns, Kill Chain, Deputy, Million Little Things, Ozark, Black Lightning, Unorthodox, Car Masters, Ladies Up and more

There you are. Got your tea? We've got news! News about news even! Local news returns: If you were missing the CBC local news, cut across the country, it's back in  Montreal starting Friday! Talk-show returns: And a few others are making virtual quarantine-safe returns on Monday, following Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show Home Edition,... Continue Reading →

TV March 19-21: 30-day free subscriptions, Brockmire, The Restaurant, Altered Carbon, Feel Good, The Banker and more

If this is home it must be quarantine! Or something. How stir crazy are you? Go for walk and then here are some new-TV options. (i'll add trailers in a bit.) But before that, you probably have heard that many streamers are offering, during this time of self-quarantine, to extend their usual seven-day free trials... Continue Reading →

TV March 15-18: Tout le monde en parle, Westworld, Black Monday, 9-1-1, The Plot Against America, My Brilliant Friend, Roswell New Mexico, FIFA film fest, Niall Ferguson’s Networld, Bert Kreischer, Little Fires Everywhere

My god you poor social animals. Us TV lovers (aka shut-ins-by-choice) are totally fine with every level of government confining us to quarters for the next few weeks. #flattenthecurve More time for TV? Fewer risks of human interaction? Sounds like heaven. Half-kidding. Stop touching people and things and stay home as much as you can... Continue Reading →

TV March 12-14: Unicorn finale, Hospital Playlist, Critter Fixers, 100 Humans, Bloodride, Lost Girls, Women of the Night, More Funny Women of a Certain Age etc

For the love of goddess please everyone calm down. In the worst case of timing since I went to IKEA on the Monday of spring break week here in Montreal, I desperately needed groceries and (gah!) toilet paper and was feeling up to a little wait in line at the grocery. The wait tonight was... Continue Reading →

TV March 8-11: The Outsider season finale, Ride with Norman Reedus, Mirage, Blood, Riverdale, Marc Maron, Dirty Money, Amazing Stories, Oprah’s Book Club and more

Happy babe day. And like let's make that every day, right? At least it is chez moi, but it's easy to get consensus here except for when I confuse the gin for water as happened during home renos the other day. But seriously, let's celebrate by checking out Elizabeth Warren's lovely cameo on SNL last... Continue Reading →

TV March 5-7: Better Things, Devs, Million Little Things, The El Salomons: Marriage of Convenience, Most Dangerous Animal of All, Bill Maher, ZeroZeroZero, Guilty, I Am Jonas, Paradise PD, The Protector, Spenser Confidential, Twin Murders, Ugly Delicious, Aging Well Suzuki Style

Hello teledarlings. I've missed you so. Let's go! Thursday March 5 THE best show on TV, that being Pamela Adlon's Better Things, returns for a fourth season (9-9:35pm FX). I spent the weekend binge-watching Season 3 and I'd do it again if I had the time. Season kicks off . If you are new to... Continue Reading →

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