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United States of Tara, “Yes” (2.01)

“I bet everyone thought I’d be the one to off myself. Guess what, Oak Avenue, the lady with all the personalities is not the most fucked up person on the block.” – Tara Gregson The season two premiere of United States of Tara, “Yes”, written by Diablo Cody and directed by Craig Zisk. Review after the … Continue reading

Introducing… United States of Tara

United States of Tara (Showtime) What is it?: A dark Showtime ‘traum-com’ comedy about Tara Gregson (Toni Collette), a mother of two with multiple personality disorder. From Diablo Cody, writer of Juno, and Steven Spielberg.

Introducing… Robert Lackie!

As a way to let you get to know each of our contributors off the bat, we’ll be posting a little bit about each of us and our television preferences over the next week or so. Enjoy! ~ R. Lackie, ed. A second-year university student at Ryerson University in Toronto, Lackie is working towards a … Continue reading

Introducing… Stéphane Lachance!

As a way to let you get to know each of our contributors off the bat, we’ll be posting a little bit about each of us and our television preferences over the next week or so. Enjoy! ~ R. Lackie, ed. Stéphane Lachance, Writer Being a TV addict, It’s only natural that Stéphane Lachance would … Continue reading

Sending Out a Signal [An Introduction]

Welcome to the blog. The truth about television is that its a massively important, worldwide form of creative expression. Serial narrative in video format is slowly becoming distanced from television sets themselves, spawning internet streaming, webseries, vlogs… The possibilities are endless.  And with the powerful creative voices and increased budgets and artistry of today, we’re … Continue reading