Baseball is like the peanut butter and jelly sandwich of the sports world. It may not be the cool thing to like anymore, but there’s something about it that never goes out of fashion and never lets you down.
If you’re looking for a good cry, binge watch “Parenthood.” The family drama is filled with well-written tearjerker storylines about Aspergers Syndrome, cancer and adoption. It also features more scenes of characters talking over each other than the rest of the XFINITY Watchathon Week shows combined. The people who bring the Bravermans to life are […]
Your neighbor does it. Your boss does it. Your mom does it, even though it’s hard to believe she’s even heard of it. You do it all the time, and you refuse to be ashamed of your habit. We’re talking, of course, about binge watching. Waiting a whole week for a new episode of a […]
After nine years, and 201 episodes, “The Office” finished filming its series finale this past Saturday. Immediately afterward, the cast and crew gathered at an elegant wrap party in Los Angeles, where they shared a few secrets about the highly anticipated episode. [xfinity-record-button id=”4902514835143843112″ program_type=”series”] Fans may get more than an hour to say goodbye […]
Now sure, the Super Bowl is a big event. But when you get right down to it, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament makes it look like your kid’s Saturday T-ball game.
Actor Rainn Wilson has landed a big role on a prospective CBS series that could transform him from a mere “Office” worker into one of prime-time’s biggest stars. Details …
Television is perhaps the most pure example of peace and harmony that we have. Think about it. There’s a show for pretty much every interest and taste, and we get them all from this one device.
No matter how good or bad a series is, there’s always a sameness to nearly all of them. It’s a Cop Show or a Workplace Comedy or a Primetime Soap. Find a popular genre, and then find a way to bring people back to it when they have 137 other, similar viewing options.
“The Office” may be preparing to close its doors permanently, but Angela Kinsey is still in business.
Every Tuesday, the Nielsen company publishes a popularity ranking of broadcast television programs that has served as the industry’s report card dating back to when most people had only three networks to choose from.