Rachel Unraveled is a new comedy series from Rachel Ravel and Austin Spero. It stars Ravel as the titular Rachel, an aspiring actress who's sort of convinced she lives in a musical and who's grasp is constantly outside her reach. Rachel over-prepares for auditions, treats every other actor as a rival, and is wholly incapable of responsibility.
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. pretty much begs for the Firefly comparison. The cast is similar; the set is similar. It is, in plain sight, a spiritual successor to Joss Whedon's short-lived masterpiece. But it's weaker. Like, a lot weaker.
Will Arnett, Aaron Paul, Amy Sedaris, Allison Brie BoJack Horseman is a new adult cartoon from Netflix. It centers around Bojack, a washed-up actor who hit it big back in the nineties with a Full House-era family sitcom. He now spends his days languishing in his Hollywood mansion in the waning limelight of his past. … Continue reading Bojack Horseman: Episodes 1-4
'Tis the season for revivals: X-Files, Gilmore Girls, Fuller House, Twin Peaks, etc. While Firefly creator Joss Whedon will now be busy with a Batgirl film for DC for the foreseeable future, we ask: Should Firefly get the revival treatment also?
This is a response to Nerdophiles' Kirstie Haruta's article defending the U.S. modern Sherlock Holmes show Elementary as a worthy take on the British literary hero, even in the shadow of the BBC's own Sherlock. I've never seen Elementary, so I'll reserve judgement. I did however feel that the article short-changed Martin Freeman's Watson and I … Continue reading Why Sherlock Needs Watson