On this week’s podcast, we speak with composer Kurt Farquhar, “the musical voice of the BET,” about his work on American Soul and Black Lightning.
The Nine-Nine thwarts their latest administrative antagonist with the help of three previous ones in the season six finale.
A self-aware sixth heist instalment of the fan favorite narrative can’t help but deliver diminishing rewards.
The Nine-Nine deals with an impending threat in an ambitious, 24-like real-time episode featuring guest star Sean Astin
A Holt/Kevin-centric episode uncovers new depths for the fan favourite couple.
Jake and Amy debate the pros and cons of kids in a well-structured episode.
The composer talks about scoring the final season of Disney’s animated adventure and crafting a theme for NBC’s […]
Ike Barinholtz guest stars in this episode that tests the limits of Boyle’s parenting skills, but doesn’t really mine enough jokes out of its premise.
Lin-Manuel Miranda guest starts on a dull episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, as Amy’s overachieving brother with whom she’s irrationally angry.
The second season of NBC’s Breaking Bad-with-moms show disappointingly treads water, keeping its three leads running in place while feigning change.
A solid mix of sweetness and sentimentality anchors Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s latest episode, discussing Captain Holt’s sexuality in refreshing ways.
Jake and Rosa go on their own to solve a single case in that rare Brooklyn Nine-Nine two-hander that showcases Stephanie Beatriz’s comedic talents.
In our first episode of Hall of Faces, we debate which 30 Rock character deserves a spot in our pantheon of great TV characters.
Doug Judy returns for a less than stellar season six showcase for Jake’s recurring foil.
D’arcy Carden’s Janet continues to be one of The Good Place’s best characters, but her status as unlikely nonbinary icon brings up a few narrative wrinkles.
Chelsea Peretti is front and center in Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s best episode of the season. Looks like I jumped the […]
Brooklyn Nine-Nine says goodbye to Gina Linetti in a thoroughly solid sendoff for Chelsea Peretti, even if the B-plots suffer a bit.
“Hitchcock & Scully” offers some intermittent laughs as the origin story of Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s most colorful characters, but isn’t one of its finest eps.