Up first this episode: This past week saw the annual culling of TV shows commence. The network carnage seemed to take a larger toll this time however due to a mixture of pandemic related filming & cost issues as well as a continuing change in the way advertisers spend their
On this episode of the Blurred Nerds: Can we stop with all the cliffhangers? We need a break from constant cliffhangers – daring a network or streamer to renew a show seems to be backfiring lately. Or we’re just straight up having the resolution spoiled before a new season begins.
A couple weeks ago, an email showed up in my inbox notifying me that my Disney+ subscription was about to expire and asking me if I wanted to renew. When Disney+ was first announced, it was big news. For better or worse, Disney is one of the most powerful entertainment
Tiger Kings, Snyder Cuts, and direct-to-streaming blockbusters: Entertainment in the time of COVID-19
As an entertainment blogger, finding topics to write about this year has been somewhat of a challenge. Normally I have my blog schedule all neatly planned out, based on what movies are coming to the theater. Of course, pretty much all the big spring and summer blockbusters have been moved
BBC’s sci-fi adventure “Doctor Who” is my absolute favorite TV show, and so of course I nearly had a heart attack the other day when I heard a rumor that Netflix would be pulling the show. I don’t have cable, so Netflix pretty much is my sole source for “Doctor