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Jeroming the TV Landscape

Jerome Wetzel has been reviewing television shows for years now. However, not every thought can be contained in an article about a single episode, and sometimes it’s fun to look at the bigger picture. Join him each week in this wandering essay column as he ponders trends and genres, giving you his insights and opinions into the current state of television.”

R.I.P. Finn Hudson

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Death is always tragic, never more so than when the deceased is young. Read More »

TV Neglects Independence Day

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Why is Independence Day television's orphan child? Read More »

DVD Return Policies Need a Change

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Have you tried to return an unopened DVD to the store recently without a receipt? Read More »

Fickle TV Fans

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Should Game of Thrones suffer the same drop-off in viewers as The Killing, this could scare away makers of high quality television. Read More »

When Good Shows Go Bad

Today's favorite television program may be tomorrow's barely-watchable pile of crap. Why? Read More »

When Series Break Genre

Glee jumped out of the comedy genre with a gun shot. Should shows break with a set tone? Read More »

Redefining Cancellation

Veronica Mars is the latest in a trend, bringing canceled shows back to life in a variety of ways. Read More »

The Trouble With Football

Football needs to stop cutting into better shows, at least until DVR technology improves. Read More »

New Trend: Parents Playing Parents?

Should parents play the parents of their real-life children on TV? Read More »

Golden Globe’s TV Categories Need Updating

The Golden Globes Powers that Be need to re-evaluate their comedy and drama categories. Read More »