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.
Injustice is a murky crime drama mystery, pitting good versus evil and making you root for both.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers does not hold up well at all, but should still appeal to kids.
Revenge is an excellent guilty pleasure series about devious machinations of the rich in the Hamptons.
The third Doctor is introduced as a marooned traveler on Earth as an intelligence tries to take over the planet.
Season three may be a bit uneven for Glee, but features big events and shifting stories.
The Doctor and Ace go to the circus, which is just as deadly as certain children fear.
Misfits is an original, entertaining series about young people with super powers who are anything but superheroes.
The Kent Chronicles is a fictional take of one family during the Revolutionary era.
The Newsroom is not only a brilliant morality play, but has rich characters worth exploring.
Childrens Hospital season 3 is funny, fresh, clever, and original.