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Jerome writes TV reviews for and, as well as fiction. He is a frequent guest on two podcasts, Let's Talk TV with Barbara Barnett and The Good, the Bad, & the Geeky. All of his work can be found on his website,

TV Review: ‘Community’ – Season Six Premiere ‘Ladders’ and ‘Lawnmower Maintenance and Postnatal Care’


Community premieres it sixth season on Yahoo Screen, with new characters joining the same beloved brand of story. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – “We Built This Glee Club”


Glee falls short of an emotionally satisfying penultimate episode by ignoring what would be natural endings to this season's arcs. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – ‘The Rise and Fall of Sue Sylvester’


Glee half-heartedly, but enjoyably, tries to explain Sue Sylvester, while Rachel contemplates a selfish move, and two rivals come together. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – ‘Child Star’


"Child Star" is a predictable look at the new New Directions that somehow also hits some of the right emotional notes. Or maybe the impending end is just making me soft on Glee. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – “Last Christmas”


"Last Christmas" is a fun stand-alone adventure, but seems to close the door on any promise of character development between The Doctor and Clara. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Parks and Recreation’ Series Finale – “One Last Ride”


Parks and Recreation goes out perfectly, their mix of heart and humor well used to show us the characters' future. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – “A Wedding”


"A Wedding" is full of holes, but it's hard to care this close to the end, when the fun and emotional are coming at high levels. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – ‘Transitioning’


Glee gets things together in a moving episode that has a few plot holes, but not too many. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – “What the World Needs Now”


"Glee" returns to goodness with a Burt Bacharach-infused hour reviving dreams and attempting to heal familial conflict. Read More »

Formulaic Television: The Networks’ Disturbing Trend

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The broadcast networks are sabotaging their long-term futures by consistently producing mediocre and formulaic scripted series. Read More »