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.
Being Human is better than most SyFy fare, and I suspect the premiere was supposed to be two hours.
The Simpsons continues to deliver funny, while mostly ignoring continuity.
Everyday Is Like Sunday is a dark, indie drama of sitcom length that will soon be released online.
Karl Pilkington pitches a movie to star Clive Warren (Owen) to Ricky and Stephen, and the world laughs.
Saturday Night Live finally got it right with this week's episode. They have talent, let's see it.
Yes, Off the Map is Grey's Anatomy in the rain forest, but it's also something cool.
The pilot of Lights Out was boring, and Patrick was the only interesting character thus far.
Shameless provides a detailed portrait of the Gallaghers' world, to its credit.
Showtime's Episodes began with a pilot that didn't deliver what a pilot should.
The Cape had a few holes in the origin story, but was better than any fall premiere this year.