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To say that the nature of television is changing would be a massive understatement.
It’s common in popular culture to claim that someone is ruining their legacy.
In the autumn of 1992, the storytelling adaptations of Batman were at a crossroads.
Last year, Nick Jr. premiered the reboot of Alvin and the Chipmunks and, let’s be honest, it sucks.
TV is losing its grip on America.
An open letter to all those that review and analyze films, music, TV, and books Dear Critics,
I’ve been known to have unpopular opinions when it comes to pop culture and this is not a new phenomenon.
Recently, I wrote a tongue-in-cheek post asking ten burning questions regarding my daughter’s favorite show, Sofia the First. This morning, the show’s creator and executive producer, Craig Gerber, hopped on Twitter to say that he dug my post and to answer my dumbass queries.
Sometimes, we just pretend that certain things didn’t happen.