It is a crime that Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton haven’t been showered with Emmys for their performances as Eric and Tami Taylor on Friday Night Lights.
More affectionately called Coach and Mrs. Coach by the series’ devoted fans, Chandler and Britton have given some phenomenal performances, week after week, since the show premiered in 2006.
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Steve Carell did the unthinkable. No, it wasn’t his decision to leave The Office. It was back in 2004 when he accepted the role of Michael Scott and in 2005 when he defied the odds, or really the critics and fans of the British original, and began what would become a career performance. Continue reading
The Children’s Program category in the Primetime Emmys has been filled and won by harmless Nickelodeon and Disney Channel comedies the last two years. And before that, regularly (and deservedly so) won by Linda Ellerbee’s Nick News specials.
But this year, there’s something different in the mix of comedies and musical movies. Cartoon Network presented their first two original live-action series in Unnatural History and Tower Prep, both of which a breath of fresh air in what has become a field of fluff. Continue reading
Irreverent, inappropriate, over the top; call it what you must, but in its sixth season, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia continues to be one of the most hilarious half hours on television.
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It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is very much an ensemble. Five hilariously talented actors with perfect chemistry, working and playing off each other for some of the biggest laughs in TV.
Glenn Howerton, Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day, and Danny De Vito are always on point and bring their twisted characters to life with ease. But this season in particular, the lone female in The Gang, Kaitlin Olson as “Sweet” Dee Reynolds, turned in some of her best work yet. Continue reading
I laughed and I cried. I stood up to cheer and I wanted to throw something at the TV screen. I fell in love and I felt the heartbreak.
That’s the kind of emotional involvement one hopes for from any television series.
It is no wonder why Bread, Love and Dreams (Baker King, Kim Tak Goo/제빵왕 김탁구) swept Korea and the rest of the world. Continue reading