LA Times: For those who wonder what reality television would look like if it hadn't been hijacked by drama queens — Gordon Ramsay, Speidi, Jon and Kate, the assorted Housewives — or if it wasn't so obviously and ruthlessly scripted and over-produced, "Come Dine With Me," which premieres Wednesday on BBC America, is entertaining and addictive proof that less is definitely more.
This season's American Horror Story 12 is based on the book Delicate Condition by Daniel Valentine, a notable horror author. Actress and dramatist Hayley Pfeifer has written all the episodes of this series. Emma Rose Roberts is playing the character of Anna Alcott, a girl who desperately wants to get pregnant. Still, a sinister hinders her pregnancy and wishes she would never get pregnant. So many things happen to Anna Alcott, but her husband does not believe her.
Pros: Amusingly played out trends in the development of modern IT; mild satire; charming main character; sweet romantic story Cons: Some logical glitches and inconsistencies; general predictability of the plot; at times the series becomes overly cloying Upload / “Loaded” Genre fantasy, comedy Creator Greg Daniels Starring Robbie Amell (Nathan Brown), Andy Allo (Nora), Kevin […]
Pros: Steve Carell and John Malkovich; some good jokes from time to time; soundtrack Cons: Most of the jokes in the series are overtly political, others are too abstract; unclear ending to the Space Force season Genre comedy, satire Creators Greg Daniels, Steve Carell Cast: Steve Carell (General Mark Naird), John Malkovich (Dr. Adrian Malory), […]