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Jeroming the TV Landscape

Jerome Wetzel has been reviewing television shows for years now. However, not every thought can be contained in an article about a single episode, and sometimes it’s fun to look at the bigger picture. Join him each week in this wandering essay column as he ponders trends and genres, giving you his insights and opinions into the current state of television.”

Formulaic Television: The Networks’ Disturbing Trend

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The broadcast networks are sabotaging their long-term futures by consistently producing mediocre and formulaic scripted series. Read More »

Late Night Television’s Losses

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Stephen Colbert and Craig Ferguson, two of the funniest hosts in late night, have left the airwaves. Read More »

Was ‘Gracepoint’ Worth It?

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Now that Gracepoint has concluded, was it worth watching, given that it's a remake of a currently running, English language show across the pond? Read More »

My Horror Movie Survival Man Crate

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If you were trapped in a horror movie, what would you want in your Man Crate to help you survive? Jerome Wetzel gives his answer. Read More »

Can Lightning Strike Twice for Cosby?

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Maybe Cosby's brand is exactly the right one to bring on a new family-centered comedy series. Read More »

‘Game of Thrones’ Pirates

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The next time, I want to see Tyrion lead the army in battle, not get knocked out and wake up after the action is over. Read More »

Why ‘Once Upon a Time’ Is the New ‘Lost’ : Part Deux

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Sadly, Once Upon a Time still falls short of Lost. Read More »

Back to TV’s Roots

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Lately, television networks have flocked to remakes and reboots. Read More »

ABC’s Split Season

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It's just heartening to see effort put into an inventive, smart idea. Read More »

R.I.P. Finn Hudson

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Death is always tragic, never more so than when the deceased is young. Read More »