The Bluths will soon return to your television set, this time more dysfunctional than ever. All fifteen episodes of season 4 will be available to view all at once on Netflix along on with the previous 3 seasons. Arrested Development …
If you’re fond of long stories, witty humor and nerdy groups of friends who love to recant aforementioned long stories, look no further than in Ted Mosby’s Manhattan apartment. How I Met Your Mother blends together flashbacks and flashforwards to bring …
Choosing a TV series for Best Sci-Fi is like dividing by zero; it’s not possible and clearly undefined! Here at Tronnic, undaunted by such a challenge, we are optimistic about revealing our choice (or choices) for Best Sci-Fi series. After much analysis and loads of TV watching, we’ve settled on one show: The X-Files.
Television. According to Nielsen, 95% of Americans still watch traditional TV. The slowly dying medium has put up a tough fight over the last few years and has become more competitive than ever. Both broadcast and cable television have struggled to compete with the new technologies that have emerged. That’s because there is a growing population of Americans, as well as a global population of techy innovators, that have divorced TV altogether and have turned to other platforms to enjoy their once monogamous relationship with TV.
If you’re like us and you still have cable, you’re probably extremely annoyed at the ridiculously high cost of keeping it on and the fact that the cost of it changes every few months without warning. It’s like these companies don’t think you’ll notice that you started off paying $99 and then 6 months later you are paying $150 and in my example, 1 year later this blogger was paying $215 for the same three services I had when I started.
For me, Television has always been more than a box with lights and sounds coming out of it. I’m sure that that’s true for a lot of people; however I feel that I have always had a deeper admiration for television than others. Well…it’s not so much the actual TV that makes me weak in the knees but more like what’s on its screen and the stories it brings into my life every day.
ABC has released all five posters for their new TV series Once Upon a Time. They started releasing one a day last week until they finally had all five up on Friday. The idea of the show Once Upon a Time came from ex-LOST writers/executive producers and tag team duo Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis.
Terry O’ Quinn, the Emmy award-winning actor who played John Locke and The Man in Black in LOST along with a slew of other roles I am too lazy to name at this time, will be joining the cast of Hawaii Five-0.
In the midst of all the chaos of contract renewal delays and show cancellations like The Event, V, Law and Order: Los Angeles, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Enter four new shows for the upcoming fall season:
This was posted on Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Facebook account acknowledging any and all rumors that he would return to WWE. On February 14th he did return and for the duration of his promo everything was right in the world and Monday Night RAW was worth something again.