Despite being at the end of the run for both UPN and The WB, the gang spends most of the time talking about The CW. And bros killin’ stuff.
Cory feels that Susanne Daniels doesn’t appreciate Smallville enough, and Kerensa blames Jamie Kellner for everything.
The book club crew discusses Buffy, Creek and the UPN dumpster fire.
Kerensa “WHAT” Cadenas and Eric Thurm join the book club as we talk about fin-syn, celebrity power couples, and cast the Aaron Sorkin-scripted adaptation of the book.
For the end of our second TWTV book club, stunt casting aplenty! Or rather, a discussion of what it meant and continues to mean for TV.
This week’s book club explores the early sitcoms and the women who made them possible.
The drama anthology host isn’t around much these days, but a look at them in 1950s says a lot.
Chapter 2 asks what it took to be a television personality in the 1950s, and the TWTV book club asks how those standards play into the current day.
We discuss Hollywood history and whether the Web is the new TV for actors in this week’s book club.
We talk with Christine Becker, the author of It’s The Pictures That Got Small, about the book’s inspiration and its appeal for TV and film history buffs.
Will & Grace marks the end of Must See TV and our first book club. Oh, and punching post-Littlefield NBC in the face for 20 pages. Don’t forget that.
In this week’s book club, it’s all about ER and we think NBC comes off as really REALLY lucky.
This week’s installment of the TV Book Club considers Mad About You, Frasier, Friends, and fake TV executives.
What makes NBC so damn compelling? Why is Warren Littlefield so self-congratulatory? Who knew Whoopi Goldberg was such a Yoko?