Laurence Barber August 15, 2013 5 Comments
Adventure Time and Louie are, on the surface, vastly different shows; one's a kaleidoscopic cartoon, the other a Woody Allen-esque sitcom about a middle-aged comedian. So how is it that they have come to be so fundamentally similar in a way that is radically reshaping TV storytelling?
Byron Bache and Laurence Barber July 4, 2013 12 Comments
Saturday Night Fever gave us disco, the men's flared jumpsuit, and John Travolta's career. Wednesday Night Fever gave us more of Amanda Bishop's Julia Gillard impersonation, a cardigan with the words "RAT F-CKER" knitted into the back of it, and the unshakeable sensation that somebody's going to get fired this morning.
Laurence Barber April 21, 2013 12 Comments
Many have claimed that House of Cards will revolutionise TV, but it has all but faded from cultural consciousness before its season would have even ended had it aired in the traditional weekly manner. Is the streaming service creating a television landscape in which the forgettable is supreme and the supreme goes unseen?
Byron Bache April 3, 2013
The best TV coverage elsewhere: Seinfeld's still in the money, The Americans wear a whole lot of wigs and Bart Simpson plays My Dinner With Andre: The Video Game.