It was announced today that The Mandalorian will be making its broadcast debut ahead of the season premiere of the third season. Everything we know about the television broadcast premiere is below. From what I can tell, this is a one-off broadcast. Unlike other series during the first part of the pandemic, do not expect the entire series to have a linear broadcast. In celebration of Disney+ and Lucasfilm’s highly anticipated return to Mandalore, The…"The Mandalorian To Make Broadcast Debut"
Chanshi offers a glimpse into the lives of Olim in Israel through the lens of the titular Orthodox Jewish woman from Brooklyn. Everyone is on a journey. Sometimes, they transition from secular to Chasidic or they become less religious and leave Orthodoxy. Chanshi (Aleeza Chanowitz) comes from a Chabad-Lubavich family in Brooklyn and starts changing up her life when she visits Israel for Nomi’s (Marin Schon) wedding. But first, some quick backstory: Chanshi is engaged…"Chanshi – Sundance 2023"
Shrinking follows a grieving therapist as he resorts to whatever habits he can while not hesitating to break the rules with his clients. I know what you’re thinking–how is this series any different from the Tim Baltz-starring Shrink? Can both series co-exist in a world where therapists break the rules? It’s quite possible although I would love to see more of Baltz in action after the Seeso series got the short end of the stick.…"Shrinking: A Comedy About Therapy, Grief"
Andor, Star Trek, She-Hulk, and a pair of Taylor Sheridan Series were among the best TV of 2022 that programming had to offer. There were some standouts among the TV series that I was able to fit into an otherwise busy schedule. As the year came to an end, it saw Harrison Ford turned to TV as a series regular in 1923. Ford’s TV stint will continue into the new year when he appears in…"The Best TV of 2022 Includes Andor, Star Trek"
1923, the new Yellowstone prequel spinoff series starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren, is now available to stream on Paramount+. Right from the start, the new series immediately sets the tone for what we should expect within its opening minutes. If you’re uncomfortable with hunting, this will not be a series that I would recommend you watch. Put it this way: this is a series that means business straight from the get-go. What’s not new…"1923: Yellowstone Prequel Premieres On Paramount+"
Taking place five years before Rogue One and the Battle of Yavin, the first season of Andor changes Star Wars as we know it. Through the years, the Star Wars canon has opened up in ways that audiences could not have imagined. George Lucas certainly could not have dreamed it up even if he tried. We know that Lucas is a great world builder but it’s taken many people to expand on what Star Wars…"Andor Changes Star Wars As We Know It"
While the idea behind Blockbuster is funny, the comedy series itself is not the laugh-out-loud comedy that audiences were expecting. I went into this series wanting to enjoy it. Upon watching the series in the course of two different sittings, I wish I could say that I did. It’s a ten-episode half hour comedy series. I’m wondering if this is the sort of show that works better on broadcast with a longer series order. It’s…"Blockbuster Is Not A Laugh-Out-Loud Comedy"
Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi follows Ahsoka Tano and Dooku as the anthology series fills in some of the gaps in Star Wars history. There are a few phrases that I throw around every now and then: either in Dave Filoni I trust or in Kevin Feige I trust. When it comes to Filoni, he’s basically George Lucas’s hand-picked successor when it comes to Star Wars storytelling. What I love about these six episodes…"Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi Fills In Missing History"
After leaving audiences with somewhat of a cliffhanger, Marvel’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law nailed the ending in its season finale. Marvel didn’t make any season finale images available yet so I’ll replace the above image when they do. I shouldn’t have to tell you to make sure to watch through the mid-credits but I’ll remind you anyway. I’m going to get into episode spoilers below the logo image below so please do not read until…"She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Nails The Ending"
Jon Stewart returned to classic form in the second season premiere of The Problem With Jon Stewart by calling out Leslie Rutledge. The season 2 premiere takes a look at “The War Over Gender.” I did not ask, want, or choose to be transgender but at the end of the day, all I want to do is just live my life! As Stewart takes at look at what’s happening among conservatives, he uses the moment…"Jon Stewart Calls Out Transphobic Attorney General"