Home / Film / Chatterbox: Let’s Talk TV is on the Air Talking about Animated Sitcoms!

Chatterbox: Let’s Talk TV is on the Air Talking about Animated Sitcoms!

Please Share...Print this pageTweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook0Share on Google+1Pin on Pinterest0Share on Tumblr0Share on StumbleUpon0Share on Reddit0Email this to someone

Please join us at 7:00 p.m. ET for tonight’s edition of Chatterbox: Let’s Talk TV live on Blogcritics. Your hosts are Co-Executive Editor Barbara Barnett and Blogcritics TV Writer JeromeWetzelTV (otherwise known as James Dailey).

Although TV seems dominated these days by too much reality TV, Sunday nights are the land of not-so-reality TV. With FOX Network’s “Animation Domination” lineup of cartoony sitcoms from the classic series The Simpsons to the Family Guy, and although it’s not an animated series, ABC’s Once Upon a Time is as far from reality as any animated series can be.

Tonight’s Chatterbox LiveChat Event will focus on the animated: from tonight’s fare to the latest South Park episode and even Adult Swim on Comedy Central, we’ll talk ‘toons.

Even if today’s cartoon fare is not your cup of tea, join in and tell us your favorite animated series from days gone by. Do the Peanuts holiday programs still make you tear up? Do you long for Rocky and Bullwinkle to come back in a reunion special? Does nothing hold a candle (or lit stick of dynamite) to Bugs Bunny or Wiley Coyote?

We’ll cover them all in our one-hour live chat. So join us at 7:00 p.m. ET (and spread the word!).

Powered by

About Barbara Barnett

Barbara Barnett is Publisher/Executive Editor of Blogcritics, (blogcritics.org). Her debut novel, called "Anne Rice meets Michael Crichton," The Apothecary's Curse The Apothecary's Curse comes out October 11 from Pyr, an imprint of Prometheus Books. Her book on the TV series House, M.D., Chasing Zebras is a quintessential guide to the themes, characters and episodes of the hit show. Barnett is an accomplished speaker, an annual favorite at MENSA's HalloWEEM convention, where she has spoken to standing room crowds on subjects as diverse as "The Byronic Hero in Pop Culture," "The Many Faces of Sherlock Holmes," "The Hidden History of Science Fiction," and "Our Passion for Disaster (Movies)."
  • rjw

    Sorry I missed the chat.For whatever it’s worth,I think the best-ever animated series was The Flintstones.