Jerome Wetzel has hosted two entertainment based podcasts, "Geek Out With Jimmy" and "The Good, The Bad, & The Geeky". He is also the author of the An Actor's Nightmare book series. He currently writes television reviews for examiner.com and blogcritics.org. To contact him, e-mail email@example.com.
Glee's season finale is a great episode, but provides almost no end-of-the-year closure.
China Beach, finally on DVD, looks its age, but the storytelling is timeless, and the extras are plentiful.
Glee's tribute to Stevie Wonder falls flat, both in performances and in story, which contains gaping plot holes.
Today's favorite television program may be tomorrow's barely-watchable pile of crap. Why?
The Americans delivers an exciting finale, with good surprises as well as dangerous ones.
Glee provides a filler with a hokey hook but good musical numbers, which gets me pondering next season's cast list.
Amazon released a bunch of pilots, and are letting their customers decide what they want to watch.
Glee's "Sweet Dreams" suffers from major plot holes in one story, but delivers a solid installment overall.
"Shooting Star" brings gun violence into the halls of McKinley impressively, but possibly out of step with the series.
Glee jumped out of the comedy genre with a gun shot. Should shows break with a set tone?