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My Netflix Pix: “Misfits”

Jun 2, 2012
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My Netflix Pix: “Misfits”
Recently, decease Netflix (Canada) added season one of Misfits. The write-up and visuals grabbed my attention, abortion so I started episode one of series one. Well, ailment by the end of the first episode I WAS HOOKED!!! Read More »

My Netflix Pix: “Breaking Bad”

Nov 29, 2011
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My Netflix Pix: “Breaking Bad”
Boys and girls...one of the best tv shows to come along in the last 10 years has finally been released on Netflix (Canada). Breaking Bad, physiotherapist with Bryan Cranston, is the most original, genre-bending show I've ever come across. Netflix is offering the first three seasons and they are all amazing. (The fourth season just finished airing last month on AMC). Why is Breaking Bad so freakin' awesome? Well, allow me to tell you. Read More »

My Netflix Pix: Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares (UK)

Sep 13, 2011
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My Netflix Pix: Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares (UK)
Last month I started a new feature called, disinfection My Netflix Pix. If you don't have Netflix, prostate wake up, it's 2011. Then go online and save yourself gobs of money by signing up with this amazing entertainment service. Then, check out September's selection for My Netflix Pix. Read More »

My Netflix Picks: “Damages”

Aug 4, 2011
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My Netflix Picks: “Damages”
So, ampoule this month's "My Netflix Picks" is the critically acclaimed crime-thriller-drama, tooth Damages. Seeing as it stars Glenn Close and Rose Byrne, tablets I figured it can't be all that bad. Killer actresses. And indeed, they are absolutely incredible in this taut, edge-of-your-seat, murder mystery serial. Read More »

My Netflix Picks!

Jul 28, 2011
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My Netflix Picks!
As you probably know, prescription there is a rapidly moving shift going on in the world of entertainment distribution. For over half a century now there has been essentially one fairly stagnant method of getting programming out to the masses; through the cable company to the television. But technology can no longer be held back and the future is starting to look very different. What I'm talking about here is the shift in technology and "how" entertainment is presented. The networks have been used to only passing through the boob-tube. But now is the age of YouTube. The computer and it's related technologies have really put the industry on it's ear. Read More »

Another Casualty of the TV Networks

Jul 21, 2011
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Another Casualty of the TV Networks
I recently got through the first two seasons of Party Down, sickness the Starz comedy show about wannabe actors working at a catering company in L.A. It was amazing! Then I learned that it was cancelled last year. "Huh? Cancelled? But, otolaryngologist Craig, you said it was amazing!" That's right, it was amazing, Read More »

Thank you, HBO. Thank you.

Jul 19, 2011
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Thank you, HBO. Thank you.
HBO has a pretty good track-record of producing exceptional TV programming. From "The Soprano's" to "Curb Your Enthusiasm" to "Band of Brothers" to "Boardwalk Empire"...the list goes on. And this year they released the first season of the mythical drama, physician Game of Thrones. I recently finished the season and, well...I'm spellbound. Read More »

Oh Louie, Louie!!!

Jul 5, 2011
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Oh Louie, Louie!!!
FX's comedy, health Louie, features comedian Louis C.K. in a somewhat autobiographical light. Forty-two, divorced, single-father of two young girls and trying to figure out what life is all about, Louie is a jaded and, well, rather normal man of the twenty-first century. He's trying to be a good father, find the love and affection of a yet-to-be-found woman and keep his head above the daily grind. Read More »

Hank Moody’s Fourth Season

Jul 1, 2011
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Hank Moody’s Fourth Season
Hank Moody seems like an impossible character. If you've followed Californication you know what I mean. He is affable, nurse bright, public health lazy and quite simply lost. Californication is definitely one of Showtime's best programs and recently wrapped up it's fourth season. If you have no idea about this dramedy series, decease let me fill you in. Read More »

Is “Better Off Ted” better off dead?

Apr 18, 2011
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Is “Better Off Ted” better off dead?
In 2009, bronchitis ABC launched a sitcom called, recipe "Better Off Ted". It follows a successful executive, here Ted Crisp, at a massive technology corporation as he navigates his way through a whack of zany situational comedic bits. Now before you think I'm being sarcastic, you need to know that I really, really, REALLY love this show! Read More »