The remarkable thing about this area, is that it's easy to imagine Ichabod being chased by the Headless Horseman to this day.
This was the first really plot heavy episode of the season and the showrunners are obviously teeing themselves up for some great drama later on in the season (even if the amnesia angle is just a little bit cliché).
These shows may not be classics through and through, but they are definitely among Netflix's better offerings.
It took a lot of courage for me to stand almost completely alone in the face of corporate witch-burning terrorism, class attack, and voracious sexist censorship waged against me, from which I have never, and will never fully recover.
David Mitchell launched his new TV comedy panel show, Was It Something I Said? on Channel 4 last week, and whilst many people may be looking forward...
Once upon a time Barry Levinson heard me on the "Howard Stern Show" and brought me in to audition for a role on "Homicide: Life On The Street." He cast me as Detective John Munch! Now after 21 years, Munch has lived over 500 hours of programming and appearances on 10 different shows.
If you just got Netflix or want ideas on what to watch next, you're in luck! I would really love to help you with that.
Reporting from the show floor at this year's New York Comic Con this past weekend, I arrived at the Jacob Javits Center dressed in a cosplay of my own (my second go as Scott Pilgrim) with my barely-cutting-it-for-camera-quality iPhone in tow to capture just how diverse an otherwise minority obsession has become. Because whether you believe it or not, it's not just a hobby that enables us to be anyone -- it simply is for everyone. Here's why.
The whole point of "bonkersawesome" shows like "Sleepy Hollow" and "Scandal" is to overwhelm the logic centers of your brain with momentum, emotion or some other kind of intensity.
Audiences instantly fell in love with Lillie McCloud, a catsuit-wearing 54-year-old with a stunningly charismatic voice. She delivered a stunning cover of CeCe Winans' "Alabaster Box" during The X Factor's auditions.
One of the great casualties of modern viewing is the Wide Shot. Because many filmmakers expect viewers to be watching work on their laptops or (even... god forbid) cell phones, shooting stunning wide landscapes or shots that contain many people is avoided.
Grab a cigar, the next generation of TV ads are being born. They are a spitting image of their parents, but they've evolved to become interactive, more engaging, and more digital. But how do they work?
A few weeks ago, American commentator Mike Gallay at Huffingpost listed the five greatest series in TV history as Mad Men, Breaking Bad, The Wire, The Sopranos, and Twin Peaks. So, um, the greatest shows ever are largely about men, mainly crime dramas, and mostly aired in the last decade?
And just like that pesky herpes flare-up that your friend claims she got from "sharing drinks in college," the reunion is back!
Bruce Willis had not hosted "SNL" since September 30, 1989. On that evening there was a "Thirtysomething" sketch and the fourth ever appearance of "Wayne's World." It's nice that Bruce Willis was promoting absolutely nothing, so in my own little fantasy world, I picture him waking up one morning and thinking "You know, I haven't hosted "SNL" in 24 years, I better get on that."
I'm inundated with numbers, statistics, percentages, charts and graphics that explain how digital the world has become and where it's heading in the n...