2016 Year-End Reviews: 16 Performers

We're fairly certain that we can all agree in the words of Brooklyn Nine Nine's Captain Raymond Holt that "everything is garbage." While 2016 may have been an incredibly sad year, it has without a doubt been the best in television. Honestly, it's difficult to recall the last time we've had such a hard time culminating our... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Noteworthy Performance

October 30 - November 5 “Wear It” | Pitch Kylie Bunbury  If you're still somehow not watching Pitch drop whatever it is you're doing and change this because if there's at least one new show you should be watching, this is it. Pitch is revolutionary and the massive reason of its success is due to its lead character, Kylie Bunbury's... Continue Reading →

Spring ’16 Finale Roundup: Week Two

| April 24 - May 15 | We’ll be diverting a bit from our usual finale roundup structure to dedicate the entire compilation of categories to CBS’ Madam Secretary -- the season finale that has so far been my favorite. “Vartius” dealt with three significantly intricate matters with a kind of grace very few shows... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Noteworthy Performance | Actor

April 24-30 "Travel Agents" | The Americans Matthew Rhys The Americans is always filled with impeccable performances, and often times, though it can be the simplest expressions, when it comes to these actors, one look always says 1000 words. And that was the case with Matthew Rhys this week. This isn’t the first time Elizabeth’s doubted... Continue Reading →

Spring ’16 Finale Roundup: Week One

| March 20 - April 23 | Heartland, Brooklyn Nine Nine, When Calls the Heart, and in a sense, Fuller House have ended for the remainder of the season leaving us with plenty of great material to discuss. And for some of these shows, we’ve been waiting a while to talk about them. Pretty much... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Noteworthy Performance

April 17-23 "Transgressive Border Crossing" | Orphan Black Tatiana Maslany  We've said this before but when Orphan Black is on air, it's tough to compete with Tatiana Maslany's jaw dropping performances. And in "Transgressive Border Crossing", for the very first time ever, I was genuinely terrified for Sarah. When Sarah learns something's been planted in her mouth, Maslany... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Noteworthy Performance | Actor

February 14-20 "Life of the Party" and "Monsters" | Agent Carter James D'Arcy James D’Arcy’s frivolously charming performances often make for extraordinary scene stealing moments. Plus, they’re always indescribable -- how do you eloquently state “I laugh like a hyena every single time?” And while D’Arcy’s meticulous performances always leave a lasting impression, it’s the unexpected... Continue Reading →

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