4 items from 2016
Remember the one-season wonder Trust Me? Recently, star Eric McCormack spoke to the Av Club about the cancelled TNT series.The dramedy focused on the personal and professional struggles of two ad men, copywriter Connor (Tom Cavanagh) and creative director Mason McGuire (McCormack). The cast also included Monica Potter, Sarah Clarke, Mike Damus, Geoffrey Arend, Griffin Dunne, Greg Ellis, and Kathleen Rose Perkins. The show ended in 2009 after only 13 episodes.Read More… »
Welcome back, welcome back, welcome back. Fans of NBC's Parenthood can catch Monica Potter in a new home renovation series. The Welcome Back Potter TV show premieres on Hgtv, Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 11:00pm with two half-hour episodes. Prior to Parenthood, Potter was also in the Trust Me TV series. The advertising drama was cancelled in 2009, after one season on TNT.In her new Hgtv series, Potter returns to her childhood home in Cleveland, to renovate the property with her mother Nancy and sisters Jessica, Brigette, and Kerry. For our younger readers, we'll point out that the show's title is a play on Gabe Kaplan's Welcome Back, Kotter sitcom, which ran for four seasons on ABC, before being cancelled in 1979. The series launched John Travolta's career.Read More… »
Fembot Lucy was everything. And that kiss, you guys! 'Nuff said.
How do Michelle Lovretta and her writing team manage to cram so much sci-fi goodness into one episode? Every week I say, "That was my favorite Killjoys episode." This week with Killjoys Season 2 Episode 6, it's absolutely true.
Tons of new info was revealed. Yeah this was a good one!
This episode's opening echoed the nasty Skeevers of the last installment, only slightly more fun. For a moment, I had no idea who the hooded dude was though he sounded like D'avin. "You gave me acid?" D'av asked the old trickster.
Wasn't it hilarious the way the old fart took off thinking he'd outsmarted a pair of Killjoys? Good thing little brother was around and had a plan. Those brotherly moments between Luke and Aaron are super believable. They're a blast to watch!
Throw Dutch into the mix and that's »
- Henry A. Otero
Good ol' D'avin said it best early in the episode, "Missed you bastards!"
Luckily for us, this is no green-goo induced dream and Killjoys is finally back for another run. I am thrilled we get to spend another season with this incredible cast and crew. I can't even imagine not getting a third season, so I'm starting the #RenewKilljoys campaign early.
I didn't see the twists of Killjoys Season 2 Episode 1 coming, which is part of the fun.
Let me start by saying I loved that this installment picked up right where we left off, and that we didn't spend three episodes searching for D'avin. At just 10 episodes per season, there's really no time to waste.
While the tighter storytelling does away with any filler episodes, it also means the season will be over far too quickly. Take Game of Thrones for example, we've got to wait a year now to return to Westeros. »
- Henry A. Otero
4 items from 2016
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