POSTED // Feb 21,2013 - The sequel to 2012’s online hit Burning Love, the Bachelor spoof that was waaay too long coming, premiered on Valentine’s Day: Burning Love 2 centers on Burning Love’s “damaged goods,” Julie Gristlewhite
POSTED // Feb 14,2013 - Series Debut: A conspiracy-mag publisher’s (Anthony Edwards, last seen on some show called ER) wife is kidnapped because her antique-clock shop contains an apocalyptic Nazi treasure map (Magazines? Clocks? Maps?
POSTED // Jan 31,2013 - One-Hour Series Finale: The era of the Weird Comedy is over; look forward to more “broad” fare like The Neighbors and say goodbye to critical darlings like Ben & Kate (just canceled by Fox), Don’t Trust the B in Apt. 23
POSTED // Jan 24,2013 - Season Premiere: In the final chapter of Starz’s green-screen blood ’n’ boobs epic, Spartacus (Liam McIntyre) and his army of leather models are running roughshod over Rome, killing and/or screwing and/or yelling at everything in sight.
POSTED // Jan 10,2013 - Series Debut: No, it’s not about an X-Men ginger; this action-drama from True Blood’s Alan Ball is set in Banshee, Penn.—Amish country (if Amish is the next TV wave, at least it’s a step up from rednecks).
POSTED // Jan 3,2013 - Remember when MTV set television trends? Those days are gone-er than the “Why don’t they play music no more?” argument (ICYMI, the answer was “Because you’re old and music is dead”).
POSTED // Dec 20,2012 - This season of Yelling in Sunglasses finally shut the book on The Man Who Served Michael Westen’s Burn Notice (CIA termination; the show really should have been called Fired Spy),