Channel Seven network executive and creator of Packed to the Rafters Bevan Lee has stated that TV's increasing engagement with new media makes his "blood run cold" and that writers are no longer "paying their dues". Wires & Lights explores why, in a world of shrinking ratings and more great TV than ever, Lee's perspective is as hypocritical as it is embarrassingly outmoded.
There’s a bounty of new TV on the airwaves lately with the start of the fall season in the US. Wires & Lights is giving you an overview of how this new wave is faring so far. After a few episodes, which shows are becoming cohesive, promising new additions, and which are lagging behind? This week we look at Rebel Wilson's Super Fun Night, cop sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine, an actually modern family in Trophy Wife, and the Anna Faris-Allison Janney multi-cam Mom.
There's a bounty of new TV on the airwaves lately with the start of the fall season in the US. Over the next week, Wires & Lights will let you know what is and isn't worth a watch in the new crop. First up, we highly recommend the return of Scandal, and look at Marvel's Agents of SHIELD, Homeland’s premiere, Masters of Sex, The Blacklist, and Sleepy Hollow.
Celebrity Splash! proved to be precisely as insipid as it promised. What insane, hypothetical reality shows would we rather be watching?