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Comfort TV and Movies

Sometimes, only television and movies can really help through rough times. This year in particular has not been an easy one, ranging from the ugly election season to losing a lot of much beloved entertainers and positive contributors to society.  When the outside world is sometimes to much to manage, here are the movies and television […]

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Pitch: Pilot Review

The ATX Television Festival is fun in itself (check out my review of it here), but is particularly awesome for giving attendees the chance to watch new fall shows before they air.  This year, the hot pilot of the year was Pitch, which officially premiered tonight .  Afterward the screening, two shows’ two stars (Kylie Bunbury and Mark-Paul […]

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2016 Emmys: Memorable Moments

The 2016 Emmys were a big hit. You wouldn’t think that if you evaluated it on the ratings alone. However, if you actually watched, you’d come away feeling like it was a great ceremony. The speeches were heartfelt, the pacing was spot-on, and the jokes didn’t fall flat as they sometimes do. More importantly, the […]

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Our Favorite OTPs

What makes TV shows worth watching? One word: OTPs. If you’re scratching your head on what OTPs are, don’t worry. You probably know what it is but didn’t realize what it was called OTP. OTPs are One True Pairings, aka the couple that fans can’t stop watching because of the great chemistry between the two individuals and […]

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Bloodline: Season Two Review

I’m finally getting around to recapping Bloodline’s second season, and timed it at the right time. First, the show got picked up for Season 3! Wahoo!   We avid fans will still have to wait until 2017 to watch. Still, better late than never! The episode count will be 10 instead of the 13. This count […]

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What it’s like to be a Female Director

Much of the publicity surrounding sexism in Hollywood is focused on the actresses, and how their pay is lower than their male counterparts.  In the second part of my interview with director Christine Swanson (click here to read the first part), she highlights an issue that barely captures headlines: female directors don’t often get the […]

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Exclusive Interview with Christine Swanson

Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing Christine Swanson. She is the award winning director of films such as  Two Seasons,  All about You,  and All About Us.  Her recent film, Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story (which tells the story of the R&B/jazz singer of  “Baby be Mine,” and Come Share […]