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Articles tagged "TV shows"

  1. The Walking Dead Reappears Midseason: Review and Screenshot Collage

    Emiah Gardner

    Let’s clear up something right out of the gate. Why are we reviewing a mid-season episode of a series with only four episodes left in its third season? The answer…

  2. The Mystery of Downton Abbey’s Success Unveiled

    Jae Curtis

    The way I see it, there are two types of TV watchers in this world: those who love Downton Abbey and those who haven’t yet started watching it. The fascination…

  3. The Life of a TV Show: from Pilot to Finale

    Lisa Fowler

    If I mentioned summertime and pitches in the same sentence you might assume that I’m talking about baseball, and most of the time that would be a logical assumption. In…

  4. How Much Would It Cost To Take an Internet TV Show And Air It On Cable TV?

    Lisa Fowler

    When it comes to TV production, it’s all about the Benjamins. While directors and producers definitely want to entertain their audience and pull big ratings, it’s only to attract new…

  5. What We Learned From The Netflix Binge Viewing Experiment: House of Cards

    Emiah Gardner

    If there was ever a question about the motivation and reasoning behind the Netflix decision to release all 13 first-season episodes of its new original show, House of Cards, the…

  6. Does Binge Viewing Have an Effect on Your Brain?

    Emiah Gardner

    The Prevalence of Binge Viewing and its Effects on Your Brain TV binge-watching isn’t a new phenomenon. Shutting out the world for a long weekend of small screen companionship has…

  7. Why are Premium Channel Shows So Good?

    Emiah Gardner

    Real life isn’t censored. It’s complicated, gritty, beautiful, perplexing, sad, and tragic at times. These things can’t be helped because we are living, breathing beings with strong emotions and feelings,…

  8. Prepare To Get Hooked: 5 British Shows Now Available On U.S. Streaming Services

    Emiah Gardner

    Many Americans have a taste for British television. In fact, we can’t seem to get enough. When Prince William got married, 23 million of us got up early in the…

  9. Does Switching Networks Spell The End for TV Shows?

    Aaron Eldredge

    They’re called Network Jumpers—shows that switch networks while still in syndication.  Why do TV shows switch networks? Does network jumping  usually spell the end for a show, or is there…

  10. I Think I Just Watched A Spinoff: Trickery or Simply Smart Promotion?

    Emiah Gardner

    The spinoff is one of the oldest tricks in a producer’s book. It makes sense, after all; there’s already a fan following, built-in storylines, and cheaper budgets. But getting audiences…