The Young Pope is witty, ruthless, and thrilling

After watching the trailer for The Young Pope on YouTube, I had to ask my uncle for his HBO login. Pope Pius XIII, AKA Lenny Belardo (Jude Law), the youngest pope and the first one from America, deeply intrigued me. The College of Cardinals voted for Lenny as they believed he would be easy to … Continue reading The Young Pope is witty, ruthless, and thrilling

The Walking Dead Predictions

Warning: spoilers in this article. The second episode from the seventh season of AMC’s The Walking Dead was much more peaceful and less gory than the premiere. Predictions for the premiere held true, as Glenn was not the only one to get "Lucille," but Abraham as well. In episode two, we met the first "good" leader in … Continue reading The Walking Dead Predictions

House of Cards season 4 offers hope of a return-to-form

At this point, fans of House of Cards should know what the show is all about. The Emmy-winning Netflix series presents itself initially as a smart, insider political drama, but in actuality, it is a primetime soap. In essence, House of Cards is a guilty-pleasure without the guilt—the best kind. The change began in season … Continue reading House of Cards season 4 offers hope of a return-to-form

Fuller House – Is It Worth Your Time?

“Whatever happened to predictability? The milkman, the paperboy, the evening T.V…” Full House is back, and this time it is slightly Fuller, but make no mistake. The theme song places an intrinsic value on predictability and the premiere of this sequel series does not forget it. Almost the entire original cast (sans the Olsen twins) … Continue reading Fuller House – Is It Worth Your Time?

Survivor: Kaôh Rōng

When the twist for Survivor: Cagayan, the series’ 28th season, was announced – dividing contestants into tribes based on their primary attributes, Brains, Brawns, or Beauty – I was quick to assert that the Beauty tribe would dominate the game. They’d have a great mix of social skills and an unthreatening façade, I argued; you … Continue reading Survivor: Kaôh Rōng

Top 10 Halloween-themed TV Episodes

*as seen in The Buzzworthy Vol. 28.2* If you’re trying to get in the Halloween spirit, try setting some time aside for yourself and Netflix to go through these fantastic TV episodes that will remind you of the true meaning of Halloween. 30 Rock (“Jack Gets in the Game” S2E2) A Halloween-themed episode? No, not … Continue reading Top 10 Halloween-themed TV Episodes

Life without McDreamy: A recap of Grey’s Anatomy’s season 12 premiere

Season 12 of Grey's Anatomy premiered last night on ABC, and it was surprisingly good for considering it was the first episode without Patrick Dempsey. I laughed, I cried, I oogled the new intern. So let’s start talking about my predictions that I made a week prior to the premier. Meredith did end up moving into … Continue reading Life without McDreamy: A recap of Grey’s Anatomy’s season 12 premiere

What to expect from tonight’s season premiere of Grey’s Anatomy

Calling all doctors! The moment we all have been waiting for is here. Season 12 of Grey’s Anatomy will premiere on Thursday, September 24 at 8 p.m. I don’t know about you, but I am very anxious to see how this season will pan out without McDreamy. Shonda Rhimes, the show’s wonderful creator, will surprise … Continue reading What to expect from tonight’s season premiere of Grey’s Anatomy

Farewell Parks & Recreation

It’s not easy to say “Goodbye” to Pawnee, Indiana. Leslie Knope struggled with her final farewell for the last two seasons of NBC’s beloved comedy Parks and Recreation.  With bright futures ahead of them, on Feb. 24, the dutiful and treasured government employees of Pawnee road off into the sunset. Can you pick out a … Continue reading Farewell Parks & Recreation