At this point, everybody knows what they’re getting with a Michael Bay film. Pretty action and the subtlety of a tank rolling down the road. His movies are big, loud and dumb. Looking at the box office totals for his movies, it seems people really like that about Bay.
It was a show that began on March 24, 2005, which certainly mimicked those of the great sitcom titans we’ve all come to know and love. Clearly, the writer, Greg Daniels took much of his premise for the inception of The Office from the ‘Seinfeld school of shows about nothing’.
Nicholas McCarthy’s horror film HOME makes it’s debut at SXSW 2014 & stars Catalina Sandino Moreno, Ashley Rickards & Naya Rivera.
As the evenings get shorter, the rain starts to sweep over the country, and temperatures drop, going out at night seems far less appealing than staying in in front of the television. To help get you through the next six months, we’ve compiled the ultimate list of box sets that
Tom Cruise has confirmed he will reprise his role in Mission Impossible 5. Keep reading for that and more entertainment news in today’s News Invasion.
Last week I said that The Office is in mid-season form, and that it’s not necessarily a good thing. Thursday’s episode, “Andy’s Ancestry” did the best it could to prove that it is better to hit the ground running. Despite still neglecting it’s supporting cast, Andy, Jim, Pam, and even Nellie carried the
*Spoilers* The Office is in mid-season form. It’s just too bad we’re only on Episode 2. There’s nothing particularly wrong with the episode, but there’s definitely a lack of real laughs. Instead, there is a forceful push on character development. It’s almost expected, because many people that are watching The Office are curious about
*Spoilers* It’s a race to the finish, so will The Office finish strong but with band-aids on its nipples (Andy in the Season 4 premiere “Fun Run”), finish less-than-strong but with integrity (Michael in the same episode), or waltz to the finish line without too much concern for the race (Jim and
Since the wave of the future is airing pilots before shows actually premiere, we decided to talk about the first episodes of The Mindy Project, The New Normal and Ben & Kate in this week’s The Small Screen Podcast. We also got in our weekly Grimm shout-out as well as
Don’t You (Forget About Our Podcast) After an extended hiatus, the Small Screen Podcast is back for Episode 27. This time around, we talk about a lot of TV news including AMC’s newest Robert Kirkman adaptation, The Office‘s revolving door of ideas, Smash‘s new boss, Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey
This week on The Small Screen Podcast we cover a lot of news including shake-ups at Dunder Mifflin, Netflix entering the Save Our Show arena, and a lot of TV renewal. We also discuss what we’ve been watching and what we’re looking forward to during this upcoming week. If you
Sorry for the break. Unfortunately, sometimes life gets in the way of podcasting, but we’re back with a new episode. This time around we talk about a lot of TV news like Luck being canceled, renewals and a Firefly reunion on ABC’s Castle. We also chat about what we’ve been
Not ELEMENTARY, my dear SHERLOCK Awards season is in full swing, and this week on The Small Screen Podcast we talk about the Oscar nominations and how we feel they will affect the telecast. We also discuss how The Big Bang Theory bested American Idol in the ratings, the Sherlock
NBC has confirmed reports that James Spader will be appearing on the season finale of THE OFFICE. He will be one of the potentials competing for Micheal Scott’s (Steve Carell) job as boss. He might even go so far as contest Kathy Bates for the CEO spot of Dunder Miflin.
It was announced today that NBC has renewed The Office, Parks and Recreation and Community for the 2011-2012 season. I love all of these shows. I am excited to see The Office without Steve Carrell next season. I am a huge fan of Parks and Recreation, so this is great news!