What I’m Watching This Fall: The Blacklist

NBC, Mondays 10 p.m. James Spader.  That’s the reason I’m watching this one.  Really, I just like James Spader.  The premise is interesting enough, and with Spader leading the acting entourage, with a bunch of no-names behind him, I’m willing to give this one a shot.  If the writers can keep the story going, it

Bring Me Some Ham: A 30 Rock Farewell

‘Push the envelope.  Do you know who uses that line?  People who don’t have the guts or the brains to work inside the system.’  -Jack Donaghy In the spring of 2007, 30 Rock’s first-season ratings were abysmal, and it was on the bubble for cancellation.  Here’s a great blogging plea from 2007 for NBC to

It Ain’t Over ‘Til Fat Neil Sings

NBC announced today that the return dates of comedies Community and Whitney are on hold.  The shows were originally set to return in a Friday night timeslot on October 19th. Popping up all over Facebook today were sad faces, with links attached to the above article, and several other articles, confirming the change.  Once again,

What Not To Watch: Fall 2012

As with every fall television season, there are some bad (awful) shows debuting this year.  If you’ve ever caught yourself in the middle of a pilot wondering why you even turned the show on in the first place, this list is for you.  Please heed my advice, and avoid the pitfall this season. What Not

What I’m Watching This Fall: The Mindy Project

The Mindy Project on Fox, Tuesdays at 9:30, premiering Tuesday, September 25th Kelly Kapoor has always been, and will always be, one of my favorite characters on The Office.  Mindy Kaling plays her flawlessly in her roller coaster relationship with Ryan and her excessive girly-ness.  Kaling went through NBC’s diversity writing program, and joined the