"Breaking Bad" went from a show with an unsparing eye to a show that, at the very end, didn't really want to look.
London Irish is about four feckless young Northern Irish, two men and two women, who seem to spend their time avoiding sobriety and perpetuating stereotypes. It is a show so devoid of character, so devoid of charm, so devoid of comedy that I felt for a moment ashamed to be Irish in London.
Created by David Crane and Martha Kauffman, the show was not just another sitcom. It was about six ordinary individuals spending ten years to give the audience an extra-ordinary time.
Canadian-born Elyse Levesque is a down to earth stunning beauty who you'll recognize from TV's Stargate Universeand Cedar Grove. She currently took on the Producer's hat and is working on a short film called Fruitcake.
I wasn't expecting another "Ozymandias," but the slightly mechanical "Felina" wasn't quite what I was expecting.
Annnd we're back at the aptly named Moxie Salon ("a force of character, determination or nerve") where Teresa is summoning all of hers to shut Penny down. "You wanted to destroy [Melissa], not me," Penny reiterates.
CONTAINS SPOILERS! Breaking Bad has now breathed its last, and with it, Walter White's journey "from Mr Chips to Scarface", as its creator Vince Gilligan put it.
Five piece Kingsland look the part to be the next cool group. Great guys with huge likeability, tighten the vocals and you are top five material, if not higher.
I have my heart set on redemption for Jesse, but not my mind. I've spent the weeks leading up to the finale making peace with what will likely happen to him, and hoping that a life of servitude or solitude will not force a graver fate upon this tarnished soul.
The auditions are over for another year and the game is about to get really serious, make a mistake now and you go home... For the audience, the fun is just about to begin as we enjoy a new style bootcamp. Let's welcome the six seat challenge.
Earnestness in a Showtime program full of naked bodies? It's true. Believe it.
Shonda Rhimes has no mercy for you, or your little friends. But in the midst of a tragic plotline, in which Richard and intern Heather Brooks hang to their lives, this season's premiere holds a lot of hope. And like always, the gang gets by with a little help from their friends.
The Bravermans are finally back in action, so it's time stock up on the tissues and get ready for another season of "Parenthood".
I have been arguing for some time now that any writer who wants to learn about the art of developing tension in a manuscript would do well to watch, and learn from, AMC's Breaking Bad.
Take the show Girls, fast-forward five years, incorporate a healthier, mature bank balance and a meandering road littered with complicated relationships, missed opportunities, misleading directions to love, the glint of a light at the end of an elusive tunnel, and you have The Girl's Guide to Depravity.
How many people spent the months since the Season 2 finale saying, "I wonder what's up with Dana?"