Drew Fleming gives you his three problems with Martin McDonough’s 2017 dark comedy: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri:
Succession has taken over the HBO viewer’s world by storm. It has filled the GOT gap with a modern view at the perspective of those who live on the other side. The twists keep on coming as the Waystar Royco empire continues to hang in the balance in season two, episode 7: “Return”.
The CHIEF slathers some dry rub on his ribs and sips on some sweet tea to talk the new Memphis-set legal drama on NBC: Bluff City Law. He takes you through the character intros, the sights and sounds of the 901, and even nitpicks a bit. ORDER IN THE COURT. Let’s get the trial going here:
Ok folks, I know it’s only been three years, but I’m here to talk about La La Land. Buckle in, because we’ll be here for a while.
STACHE & the CHIEF talk their most vile Oscar snubs.
Season Eight is coming.
HBO dropped a new trailer for its 2019 lineup. Did we learn anything new about Game of Thrones?
In this new age that is so rich with stand up content, it can be very difficult to make a decision on who to watch. Even though I had not heard of him, I decided to give James Acaster a shot.
The PRE-KEND is finally here and the SUCCESSION podcast series on IN THE CAN is live. Come kick it with Kansas City Bret, Farmer Barn, and the CHIEF as we talk America’s favorite dysfunctional global-media family: the ROYS.
A Dramedy that at times feels like a modern retelling of a Shakespearean tragedy, HBO’s inaugural season of the Roy family power struggle fits firmly in the pantheon of television’s all-time great first seasons.