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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Archer brings season four to an end with a tribute to Sealab 2021 and Bob's Burgers actors.
One Life is a great eighty-minute nature documentary for newbies, but for fans of the genre, it's reused footage form Life.
The Blue Planet is a bit dated, but still looks amazing, and introduces us to mysterious under-sea life.
Two are pleasantly exciting stories in their own right.
American networks air almost no foreign television programs, even though viewers around the world watch our stuff.
Doctor Who returns with a third (or fourth) Clara and a second (or third) fight against the Great Intelligence.
Justified ends the fourth season with character development for Raylan and Boyd, the heart of the series.
Glee has great music and nice character moments in "Guilty Pleasures," even if the premise is thin.
The story in Glee this week is pretty good, but the songs lack memorability.
Veronica Mars is the latest in a trend, bringing canceled shows back to life in a variety of ways.