"Television" Blogs & Blog Posts

Deep DishDeep Dish

Groovy thoughts of a gay writer about all things fabulous.

 
Dan's Media DigestDan's Media Digest

A pop-culture entertainment blog featuring extensive reviews of UK/US telev...

 
Pond PerspectivePond Perspective

Follow the ponderings, triumphs and foibles of a single woman in Manila. A ...

 
Simon Cox life blog of the yearSimon Cox life blog of the year

I bring you articles to read and comment on when you have time, images to s...

 
Media DecoderMedia Decoder

Covering the media industry

 
Indelible FrecklesIndelible Freckles

A New Zealand screenwriter. A blank screen. And an internet connection.

 
Scooter McGavin's 9th GreenScooter McGavin's 9th Green

Your one-stop place for music, TV, sports, and maybe some politics. So make...

 


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The Romanov royal family is probably best known at this point for being executed while imprisoned during the Russian revolution in 1918. But nowadays everyone likes to claim they're a relative, according to this trailer for The Romanoffs. The new sho...

Running a game of Dungeons & Dragons, or any tabletop role-playing game, involves telling your players what they see. Players rely on you to give a sense of tone and ambience, but also to point out anything interesting or relevant to their qu...

If you’re one of those people who buys a brand-new TV, spends hours straining your back trying to place it in your home entertainment center (or affix it to your wall), and starts watching your favorite show to celebrate... you missed a crucial ste...

    I’ve written previously that I believe Roseanne’s explanation for the tweet heard ’round the world: she had no racial intention; the star didn’t even know former Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett was partly black (i...

The announcement definitively ends efforts by the Sinclair Broadcast Group to create a broadcast giant and potential rival to Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News.

The divergent rulings on products from McDonald’s and Kellogg’s come as the British government increases its scrutiny of the marketing of fatty and sugary food and drinks to young people.

The nostalgia effect is powerful. If you’re still clinging to your old-school Nintendo Entertainment System (however you pronounce it) there’s no reason to let it collect dust in a closet or a forgotten corner of your home entertainment system. Y...