True Blood’s sixth season manages to clear the incredibly low bar set by its previous three seasons, but I still wouldn’t call it ‘good’ television.
Apropos of News Night, The Newsroom must find its 2.0 update lest it bore the current audience.
It’s a spoiler filled look at the highs and (mostly) lows of True Blood’s fifth season.
In three weeks I’ve beheld The Newsroom’s descent into the sort of flip-flopping manic dreck that would have made John Kerry circa 2004 blush.
About twenty minutes in I asked aloud, “Isn’t this supposed to be a serious drama?
There’s nothing left to do now but recap the few loose ends and offer some final thoughts on the season.
Damn if that wasn’t the epic pay off that we have been waiting for all season.
Walking, posturing, and unexpected treason set up what we can only hope will be an epic episode next week.
This week on Game of Thrones, life is a prison and the choices that we make are its bars. How poetic.
Riots in King’s Landing, tedium in Qarth, and a whole lot of crying in Winterfell.