Emmys: A Deep Comedy Series Lineup Will Result in Surprises

Unlike the Outstanding Drama Series race, the comedy series contenders seems to be much deeper. There are maybe 15 contenders that have a real shot...

Interview: DP Stephan Pehrsson talks ‘U.S.S. Callister’ and ‘Star Trek’ Aesthetics

Once again, "Black Mirror" finds itself as an Emmy contender in 2018. With more exposure this year after breaking through in 2017, the series looks...

Queer Girl (Recap): ‘Pose’ Rejoices With ‘Giving and Receiving’

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on TV! July 4th may be just around the corner, but in the fabulous...

Film Review: ‘Set It Up’ Brings All The Charm

Midway through “Set It Up,” Netflix’s latest film, Glen Powell and Zoey Deutch take a beautifully lit stroll down the High Line in New...

Queer Girl: The Fab 5 Are Back in Serious Style

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on TV! Pride Month is in full swing in recent days, as our community...

Emmys: Looking at a Top Heavy Drama Series Race

With the ballots out, we can officially dive into the Drama Series race! There are many shows that are going to compete for one...

TV Review: ‘The Bold Type’ Lives Up To Its Name in Season Two

Every industry has been rocked by the rise of digital. None more so than print journalism. With so many shows trying to court or...

Emmys: 10 Breakthrough Actors to Watch

As of today (June 11), members of the Television Academy will begin the difficult task of deciding the nominees for the 2018 Primetime Emmy...

Queer Girl (Recap): ‘Pose’ Dissects ‘Access’ in a Time of Gatekeeping

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on TV! FX's "Pose" has continued to delight me this week, digging deeper for...

Queer Girl Friday: ‘Sense8’ Ends on a High, ‘Pose’ Slays, and ‘Shadowhunters’ Kicks the...

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on TV! Pride Month has kicked off to a roaring start with the premiere...

TV Review: ‘Pose’ Wows at Its Look at 1980s Ball Culture

The 1980s Ball culture comes alive from the opening moments of the pilot episode and through the first four episodes. “Pose” combines the glitz...

TV: What if There was an All-Television Award Ballot?

As a TV critic, the question I get most often is “what should I watch?” It’s a fair question, one that is nearly impossible...

TV Review: ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ is Solid Despite a Condensed Season

One of the benefits of Netflix’s distribution model is having the ability to release shows as the Emmy window closes. However, some of that...

Queer Girl (Recap): ‘Pose’ Makes A Delightfully Fairytale Entrance

theI'm Selina, Awards Circuit's queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on TV! Pride Month kicked off with a bang Sunday night with the premiere...

TV Review: With ‘START,’ ‘The Americans’ Concludes on a Quiet, Beautiful Note

When the era of “Peak TV” is reassessed in history, some shows will stand out. “Breaking Bad” was one of the first real signals...

TV Review: ‘Arrested Development’ Squanders the Charms of the Original

Fine food never tastes as good when it is reheated a few days later. “Arrested Development” season five feels like reheated meat that smells...

Andrew Lincoln to Exit ‘The Walking Dead’ With Season 9

Andrew Lincoln is reportedly leaving "The Walking Dead," according to a report from Collider. Lincoln stars as Sheriff Rick Grimes, the stalwart leader of a...

TV Review: ‘Killing Eve’ Concludes a Dynamic First Season

It’s rare to find a show that is clicking on all cylinders from the first scene. Few series find their confidence until sometime late...

TV Review: Michael Shannon Stands Out in ‘Fahrenheit 451’

Every few years, HBO takes a real swing for the fences with their original films. This decade, the network has scored with “Too Big...

Queer Girl Friday: Jennifer Aniston and Tig Notaro to Play ‘First Ladies,’ The Latest...

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on TV! Each week, I take on TV's biggest stories through the rainbow lens,...

TV Review: ‘13 Reasons Why’ Is Bad Teen Drama

There’s something to be said about embracing melodrama. A variety of teen shows, like “Riverdale” and “On My Block” have found successful ways to...

Queer Girl Friday: Goodbye Arizona Robbins, Hello Batwoman as Network TV Shakes Things Up

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on TV! The past two weeks in the world of TV have continued to...

Can Recent TV Reboots Defend Their Emmy Crown?

The big story of the 2017/2018 TV season has been the rise of reboots. Every network buys into reboot fever for a variety of...

TV Review: ‘The Terror’ Blends Frights with a Period Setting

Recent years have seen an uptick in period-based horror films and television. It's been an interesting bend for the genre to take, and much...

TV Review: ‘Bobby Kennedy for President’ Adds Humanity to Politics

There are few individuals in history who left as big of a mark on American politics as Robert F. Kennedy did with his short time...

TV Upfronts 2018: NBCUniversal Unveils 2018-2019 Schedule

This week, the broadcast networks present the TV Upfronts. This is a chance to showcase their fall and springs lineups for potential advertisers. The...

TV Review: ‘Patrick Melrose’ Is Better Than His Bad-Boy Antics

Rich people behaving badly has become a genre of its own. From “American Pyscho” to “Wolf of Wall Street,” the antics of the 1%...

Top 10: Best TV Mothers

For generations, childrens have been raised in front of the television. The role of mother in television started out as more of a stock...

TV Review: ‘Dear White People’ is Even Better in Volume 2

There were few shows in 2017 that were as solidly comedic or relevant as "Dear White People" last year. The adaptation of the popular...

TV Review: ‘Vida’ Breathes New Life To TV

Gentrification robs areas of their personality. Areas all around Los Angeles are being built up to be more modern, trendy and, for lack of...

TV Review: ‘Sweetbitter’ Leaves a Bad Taste

The small town girl in a big city trope isn’t getting any fresher. “Sweetbitter,” Starz’s new half-hour series, lacks any sort of distinctive taste....

FX Places Order for Comedy Series ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ for Spring...

Read the Press Release: LOS ANGELES, May 3, 2017 – FX has ordered the first season of What We Do in the Shadows, a half-hour comedy...

Queer Girl Friday: Netflix Releases ‘Sense8’ Finale Date, Reboots ‘Tales of the City’ With...

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ in TV! The summer TV season is coming fast, with our favorite streaming shows...

TV Review: ‘Brockmire’ Returns to the Booth for Raunchy Baseball Fun

One of the surprise comedies of 2017 was the debut of “Brockmire” on IFC. The series is built from equal parts redemption story, raunch...

TV Review: ‘Genius: Picasso’ Looks at the Life of the Artist

As the anthology series has continued to gain popularity, there have been many ways in which the format has been used to bring these...