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With all of the new good looking boy meets good looking girl television shows being added to your already jam-packed TV schedule (no judgement), you may be wondering: How the hell do I tell these shows apart? While it’s clear networks are taking a deeper dive into the chaotic world of dating and the struggles that come with it (thank you, technology), we’re giving you a breakdown of TV’s newest rom-coms to help you decide which one is for you. Because, let’s be honest, you won’t watch them all to decide. Ain’t nobody got time for that.
Take a look at network TV’s newest rom-coms to find out which ones tickle your rom-com enthusiast fancy.
Selfie (ABC, Tuesdays at 8 Et)
Watch if you like: Confessions of a Shopaholic
The show tells the story of Eliza (Karen Gillan), a self-absorbed, social media-obsessed millennial who »
- Taylor Ferber
Entertainment Geekly is a weekly column that examines pop culture through a geek lens and simultaneously examines contemporary geek culture through a pop lens. So many lenses!
To clarify the headline above: I liked True Detective and Fargo. They were well-acted, well-shot, well-dialogued. HBO’s mystery melodrama and FX’s Coen remix had different tones and different site-specific atmospheres–moody nihilism vs. screwball nihilism, sunbaked desolation vs. snowcaked void, Southern Swamp Gothic vs. Frozen Norman Rockwell–but if you watched them live when they aired, then you knitted together an 18-episode viewing experience representing a snapshot of Why TV Drama Is Interesting Now. »
- Darren Franich
The upcoming movie stars Fisher as Julia, an expectant mother who is disturbed by strange visions when she moves to the countryside with her husband (Mount).
Jacobs will play a woman who befriends Julia, shifting from her more frequent comedy work.
Watch a trailer for Bachelorette below: »
Fans of V.C. Andrews’ best-selling potboiler “Flowers in the Attic” have been waiting more than 30 years for a faithful screen adaptation. They’ll get that, but not much more from this lackluster Lifetime production toplining precocious “Mad Men” scene-stealer Kiernan Shipka in her first leading role. Lacking either the Gothic atmosphere that could have transformed trashy material into something truly chilling or an over-the-top camp factor that would’ve ensured a lowbrow guilty pleasure, “Flowers” has to rely on a mix of nostalgia and curiosity to draw in viewers, or risk seeing plans for an already-in-development sequel wither on the vine.
An instant sensation when it was published in 1979, Andrews’ exploration of an extremely dysfunctional family proved especially popular with young adults. In today’s terms, the scandalous pulp falls somewhere between the chaste courting of the “Twilight” saga and the sexually explicit romance of “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
- Geoff Berkshire
Sosie Bacon may only be 21, but she has a lot going for her. On top of being 2014's Miss Golden Globe, through her father Kevin Bacon, she is connected to nearly everyone in Hollywood - including every other previous Miss Golden Globe, most of whom are also the daughters (or sons) of industry power players. And while some have a connection through their famous parents, others, such as Laura Dern (who happens to have famous parents), are also connected through their own work. Don't believe us? Here's how you get from young Ms. Bacon to all of her famous predecessors, »
- Nate Jones
5 items from 2014
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