Articles Tagged with #tv
Of Recent Note
Boats We Missed
From acclaimed television series to all-over-your-radar bands to the website even your grandmother knows about, here are the phenomena that the readers and writers, until recently, missed out on.
Hero of the Year
Reality television has been popular for a lot longer than you might think, and it’s only going to get bigger. Once we get rid of the news networks and install an awards show, that is. Our writer broadcasts a signal from the Wellys.
Home, Jeeves, Jonathan
Wouldn’t it be nice, when you’re on the verge of a big mistake, to have a personal butler escort you home? Author Jonathan Ames thinks so, in telling Pitchaya Sudbanthad about his new book, what he’s learned recently, and what it’s like to write for TV.
With today’s final taping of Friends, fans across the country wonder what’s in store for TV’s six pals. Will Rachel and Ross finally find romance? Will Joey’s career take off? Our writer is ready with spoilers for the final episode in May.
Letters from Edinburgh: Quick Change Terrain
In the second installment of her letters from Scotland, our writer watches Neighbors, hits the Highlands, and meets the most helpful shaggy dog in Scotland.
If on a Summer’s Day a Television
A city’s orphans are the furniture on its streets, left out for garbage or an enterprising upholsterer. San Francisco photographer Heather Champ examines her town’s left-behinds.
Spoofs & Satire
Casual Fan Fiction
A story based on characters in the popular NBC drama The West Wing written by a guy who usually runs the vacuum between Ed and Law & Order.