Kendra lives somewhere in between reality and believing she’ll marry Backstreet Boy Nick Carter. After two years of stress thanks to a job she grew to hate, she left and focused 90% of her attention on the one thing that had been her right hand man since she was 13: writing. Currently she writes often for Fandomania, Roni Reports, MTV Geek, and her own music blog, Golden Mixtape.
Everyone has their favorite form of entertainment, and for as long as I can remember mine has been television. Nights when my mom worked late, weekends in high school when I had no plans (more often than not), most days when I was avoiding learning in Read More
This was a rough one, ya’ll, but for those of us who are still standing come January 2017 — we did it! We made it out of one hell of a year. An Olympian lied, a lot of icons died, and when it came to the odds, a reality star defied. If 2016 was an Read More
Over the course of this year I sat down and watched almost 50 series finales. When I started this, it was to see if you could actually care about characters and their stories without having ever seen their history. That’s how TV shows I think vary the Read More
Here we are, the final finale for this article series. Wish we could’ve ended with one as epic as where we started, but who knew Scrubs went out so weak? Did they not know they weren’t returning for a tenth season? I mean they had to since Zach Braff Read More
Just a few more to go in this series and we’re wrapping it up with a couple of medical shows — one a comedy and the other a drama, which we’re starting off with. House, M.D. was one of the best shows on Fox when it was on top of its game and when it was Read More
This is the first show in a long time in this series about which I had absolutely no idea what to expect. I did know Oz was set in a prison, but other than that I was clueless as to who, what, when, where, and why anything was going to happen. I also Read More
This month we’ll look at shows based around crime. Whether they were about prisons, cops, or the bad guys on the outside, November explores our love of the outlaws. So I was going to go with Oz first, but I am in the middle of moving and had to do a Read More
Despite what’s happened with the leading man of The Cosby Show in recent years, I didn’t want to dismiss this show as a staple in television. While it wasn’t the first to showcase black people, it was the first to really give audiences a new way of Read More
One of the most syndicated shows in history, I was very surprised to learn The Brady Bunch only ran for five seasons. While it didn’t last as long as one may’ve guessed off the top of their head, it’s forever synonymous with classic TV and fits in just Read More
It's been awhile since I've watched the finale episode of a show about which I know absolutely nothing — not even a character name to shout out during bar trivia. With that, Green Acres was on my screen this week and unfortunately like I Love Lucy, this Read More
Done and done with a month-long look at the Must See TV of the past, and now onto shows that are often considered the classics of television. The shows that are timeless, meaning that no matter which generation is watching, they are finding them as Read More
As we round out our month of must-see TV we head into a show that hasn’t been gone all that long. A decade ago Tina Fey started her life after Saturday Night Live by making a show that, well, um, sort of parodied her time at the sketch comedy show. 30 Read More
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