My fellow lovely Whovians of the world, have you been enjoying the last few episodes of series 8? Have any of these episodes been your
DOCTOR WHO: The Doctor is back to using his human name, John Smith, and is posing as The Caretaker at Coal Hill School, surprising Clara
It's time to take a look at last weeks and this weeks Who episodes, which were completely different from each other.
At first glance, an episode about Robin Hood seems like it would be cheesy, but when I realized Mark Gatiss wrote it I knew I'd
Amazon’s latest batch of original pilots (RED OAKS, THE COSMOPOLITANS, HAND OF GOD, HYSTERIA and REALLY) ranked from best to worst
In the realm of TV, the head writer/creator is known as the showrunner, and these are the people that Des Doyle explores in his first
Mike Tyson is the most media-savvy boxer since Muhammad Ali. So it shouldn't be hard imagine Tyson as the star of his own animated series.
We've got the straight dope on the miraculous sixth season (and a movie?) of COMMUNITY from its boisterous Comic-Con panel
The gang reaches the end of Mad Men season 1, wherein Don is vulnerable, Peggy ascends, and Betty is oh so very sad
On the new Gobbledygeek, Paul and AJ chat with Kurtiss Hare of Akron, OH's brand new Nightlight Cinema
The gang nears the end of Mad Men season 1, as more of Don's past is revealed and Roger has a semi-eclipse of the heart
Wherein I explore the realities of GRACELAND's season 2 restraining order plot line
Wherein I question some recent social services practices on ABC Family's THE
This gang continues their discussion of Mad Men season 1, this time mostly about Pete Campbell and that chip-and-dip
Wherein I discuss several issues I've had with the first two episodes of TRUE BLOOD's seventh season. (SPOILERS abound.)
Greg Sahadachny joins Gobbledygeek for a look at The Sandman: Vol. III - Dream Country