Tag: television

What Should I Watch? (Winter 2012 Edition)

Ano Natsu de Matteru

jetblack takes a look at the Winter 2012 anime schedule and ponders the age-old question: What Should I Watch? Click on the title and offer your suggestions!

Sorkie? Sorkinite? Sorkinista? Doesn’t matter, I’m a total Sorkin fanboy…

Aaron Sorkin is writing a new show, for HBO.  Read all about right here (from TV Guide’s Scott Huver).  This has me excited in a way that I haven’t felt about an upcoming TV show, since the production of Studio 60 was announced in early 2006.  Not to mention that I think Sorkin could really …

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It’s Bigger on the Inside

Yesterday’s prompt was about Guilty Pleasures, and I missed that one, so I’m going to take care of that with tonight’s post. When I think of what I consider to be a guilty pleasure is something that I like but I’m embarrassed to admit.  The problem with that is that I’m unabashed at proclaiming my …

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We Live Here Now

Did you know that I’ve never seen all of Studio 60?  This is because toward the end of the season, I wanted to hold off from experiencing the letdown of a series being canceled just as it was getting good.  And this isn’t the first time that I’ve experienced this kind of entertainment pain.  I …

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Voices of Uncertainty

This was distributed by an anonymous writer who’s afraid of being named because he/she might be blackballed within the industry. The reasoning behind the strike is valid, especially when the studios say that the Internet has an uncertain future. Yeah, like it’s just a fad, right? It’s a pretty good point, though. Watch and enjoy: …

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Why the WGA is Fighting

The WGA has published a video describing their struggle to receive a fair contract for their work. Please watch it and understand the dispute. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJ55Ir2jCxk —————- Now playing on iTunes: Nobuo Uematsu – Gau

Support the WGA!

The members of the Writers’ Guild of America are on strike until they get what’s owed to them and I support them in their attempt to bring this problem to light. While I will be sad that my favorite television programs are on hiatus (or using up what scripts were written prior to the strike), …

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