Hello again, and welcome back to my weekly column series on my blog where I talk about all things in pop culture!
Today I will be talking about: The 2021 Golden Globe Nomination Snubs and Surprises Continue reading “Random Thoughts About Pop Culture On A Monday…”
In my last article I discussed the first five out of the ten television series that I considered to be the best of 2019. In Part 2 of this article series, I will be revealing the remaining five television series that were my favorites of the year. Continue reading “Top 10 Best TV Series of 2019… Part 2”
When it comes to Pop Culture, the end of December means only but one thing. Every year around the end of December is when all those annual “Best of The Year In Pop Culture” kind of lists will come out. As you can tell by the title, I will be talking about what I thought was the best of the best, the top of the top, when it came to that of television in 2019. Continue reading “Top 10 Best TV Series of 2019… Part 1”
Trends on television are nothing new. One season it may seem as though every show is covering the same topic and subject matter. When this happens it’s referred to as a “trend”. A TV trend tends to begin among series when Networks take notice of what shows are popular with audiences. The following year Networks will then roll on out new series on their respective channels. These new series from the Networks are usually more or less copycat like series trying to find that same level of success as that TV Show that became “Must Watch TV” for many. The trend of Networks producing shows that are similar to series that are “It Shows of the Moment” happen every year with television. Continue reading “TV Reboots and Revivals, OH MY! The Popular Trend That Has Taken Over The TV Airwaves”
* Before getting into my review on the series Riverdale, let me first say this. For those of you folks who have tuned into this gal’s articles before, you know one thing about me. When reviewing my thoughts on this or that, I’ve been known to go slightly off topic at times, and ramble here and there on other matters besides that of the main point and focus of my articles. Continue reading “TV Show Shout Out: Riverdale”
A few weeks ago now it started again. It caught me by surprise. It then suddenly hit me of how it was now the month of May and how that could only mean one thing. Well, it means one thing for that of television. Basically every May the main television networks of NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, and the CW come together in New York for a week with an event called the “TV Upfronts”. It’s this during this time where these networks showcase all of their upcoming programming for the next season of television on their respective channels. Continue reading “It’s That Time of Year TV Nerd Folks, For Your Fave TV Shows To Be Cancelled….”
*Disclaimer- In writing my thoughts on the Netflix Series “Russian Doll” I will be discussing the series where spoilers will indeed by popping up during my article. Now that that factoid has been pointed out, enjoy fellow TV Nerds!*
The new series “Russian Doll” which is currently now streaming on Netflix seemed to have come out of nowhere. Well, at least for this TV Nerd. With so many new series coming out daily now along side the numerous amount of tv shows I’m already trying to keep up with these days, I don’t really go out of my TV Nerd way to really know about every new series that is coming out before their premiere date, there’s just simply too many new series to know about them all before they start. Continue reading “TV Show Shout Out: Russian Doll on Netflix”
Hey All! Okay, so I had one reading goal initially for myself when entering this New Year of 2019 for when it came to dealing with the topic of what books to read. I had the goal of reading more novels that don’t have any adaptations as of yet, you know read to read and not watch a film/tv version of it afterwards.
Okay, so as you can tell by now the first book that I finished reading in this year of 2019 so far was indeed a book that does in fact have an adaptation. At some point during this New Year, I do hope to read more books that don’t have an adaptation at the point I’m reading them, I promise. Technically, I did start to read “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” during the late fall months of 2018 before the New Year began so that reading goal of mine didn’t yet apply, I’ll say. And being somewhat of a slow bookworm reader I finished reading this novel a few months later. So even though I started reading this in late 2018, I didn’t finish reading it until the second week of January. Thus, making it my first official book read of 2019! Oh, for how exciting it is for that moment where you finish reading just a really great book, you know! Slow Bookworm Reader (that is I) says a “Heck Yes” to that! Continue reading “Book & Book Adaptation Review: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before….”
In the year of 2018, amazing television shows of every genre were made along with amazing performances that were able to keep us glued to our TV screens. The phrase “it’s just an honor to be nominated” is something people think other people just say. We are living in a time currently of hundreds of great shows being produced as well as getting to witness such incredible performances by such talented performers. Therefore, getting that recognition of being nominated with a nomination is truly an honor. With the Golden Globes coming up on Sunday, I thought what better time than now to discuss my thoughts on what got nominated as well as what I think should and will win. Continue reading “And The Nominees Are… The Golden Globes 2019…”
Here again, back this time with “Part 2” of my Top 10 Favorite NEW TV Dramas of 2018. In “Part 1” of this series, I talked about my new favorite drama shows for #10- #6 featuring and discussing such programs as God Friended Me (CBS), Killing Eve (BBC), Succession (HBO), and Maniac (Netflix). For “Part 2” now, I will be finishing up this series of articles with my top picks for #5 – #1. Continue reading “Top 10 Favorite NEW TV Dramas Of 2018…Part 2”