Tag: TV

  • More Books That Should Get TV Shows (TV Thursday)

    More Books That Should Get TV Shows (TV Thursday)

    Last week, I wrote an essay on why a certain book would make for a great TV show. This led to yesterday’s review on ‘The Way of Kings‘, and it has brought us here today. It was a lot of fun, and you guys seemed to like it a lot. So I’m gonna do it…

  • A Possible Successor to Game of Thrones (TV Thursday)

    A Possible Successor to Game of Thrones (TV Thursday)

    Game of Thrones has finally come to an end. Sure, it ended in disappointment for roughly ninety-nine percent of the audience (at least according to my social media feeds). But it cannot be denied that it was a cultural milestone. One that has left a hole in the landscape of television as a whole. A…

  • An Honest Critique of Gordon Ramsey Shows (TV Thursday)

    An Honest Critique of Gordon Ramsey Shows (TV Thursday)

    Gordon Ramsey is one of the biggest names in both the world of cooking and television. His skill is nigh unparalleled, and his ability to scream is completely unmatched. Yet he can also be highly childish and kind. It’s safe to say that he’s earned his place as an icon of cooking/television/both of them combined.…

  • Doctor Who S1 E7-10: Are You My Nightmares? (TV Thursday)

    Doctor Who S1 E7-10: Are You My Nightmares? (TV Thursday)

    My feelings on these four episodes are split. Quite literally. Two of these are among my least favorite episodes of the season, if not the whole series. The other two are among my favorites, as I believe them to be perfect examples of horror done well in Doctor Who. On top of that, those two…

  • Doctor Who S1, E4-6: Exterminate (TV Thursday)

    Doctor Who S1, E4-6: Exterminate (TV Thursday)

    These episodes are very near and dear to my heart. Episode 4: Aliens of London/Episode 5: World War Three Directed By: Keith Boak Written By: Russell T. Davies Starring: Christopher Eccleston, Billie Piper, Camille Coduri, David Verrey and more Run Time: 45 Minutes, 43 Minutes Release Date: April 16th, 2005 and April 23rd, 2005 For…