WATCH: Clips from Last Night’s Episode of TBS’s ‘Full Frontal with Samantha Bee’

In last night’s episode of TBS’s Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, Full Frontal gives its official endorsement for the Presidential election and explores how Hillary Rodham Clinton got here. Samantha has a special guest intern, Sarah Paulson, read excerpts from the Wikileaks hacked Clinton e-mails. In the second part of her trip to Russia, Samantha looks at the potential media landscape if […]

People of Earth

TV Review: ‘People of Earth’ Is a Highly Watchable Comedy With a Fun Premise

TBS has made a strong effort in the past few weeks to get word out on its new series “People of Earth.” The comedy touts an impressive line-up of executive producers: Greg Daniels (“The Office”), Conan O’Brien and Roastmaster General, himself, Jeff Ross. This is also the network’s third venture creating a star out of an ex-“Daily […]

Walking Dead Season 7 premiere

TV Recap: ‘The Walking Dead’ Episode 702: “The Well”

After last week’s Emmy-worthy season premiere, are you ready for a nap? Because that’s basically what we got with this week’s new episode of “The Walking Dead,” entitled “The Well.” The episode opens on Carol who is somewhere between hallucinations and reality, and it’s hard to figure out what’s really happening. She’s been shot multiple […]

Walking Dead Season 7 premiere

TV Recap: ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Premiere: “The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be”

“The Walking Dead” Season 7 premiere was brutal. But we’ll get through this together. Let’s start, shall we? After several long and painful months of wondering who was at the end of Negan’s bat, it is finally time for the answer to not be revealed. Apparently eight months wasn’t long enough, so we need to […]


TV Review: ‘Insecure’ Is a Wonderfully Fresh Comedy for HBO

We hear the sounds of Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright” over a montage of iconographic images which include the famous Randy’s Donuts sign, a fried chicken restaurant and lone marching band performer. It’s a fitting intro for HBO’s new comedy “Insecure” which wonderfully combines the universality of millennial angst and the specificity of the black experience in […]


TV Review: NBC Is in a ‘Good Place’ With Its New Comedy

Where do we go after death? That’s a mighty big question to be answered with sunshine and copious amounts of frozen yogurt. Yet “The Good Place,” created by “Parks and Recreation” creator Michael Schur, succeeds by doubling down on optimism and happiness. It’s not just the buildings in the Good Place that are sunny and candy colored, the same […]