A Sopranos movie is in the works. Entitled The Many Saints Of Newark, a screenplay penned by series creator David Chase and writer Lawrence Konner has been picked up by New Line Cinema.
Over five seasons the ABC sitcom The Goldbergs has played tribute to every aspect of the Eighties that you can imagine. Here are the five best Philly moments on The Goldbergs (and one they got wrong):
February 2018 was a month of extreme firsts. Hopefully it was not a month of lasts.
anuary was a busy month. I started a new job and my Philadelphia Eagles made the Super Bowl. I would be lying if I did not say that my favorite TV moment of the month came courtesy of NBC’s coverage of the Eagles-Falcons NFC playoff game.
Jason and Vivienne are hosts of the podcast Forkin’ Bullshirt, which is devoted to the NBC sitcom The Good Place.
The 2017-18 run of Saturday Night Live is not special. This is surprising given their talented cast and hosts, but nearly every show is a letdown. NBC’s sketch comedy series is too reliant on politics as the linchpin of each show. After 43 seasons it might be time to tap the breaks on politics and place an emphasis on creating good sketches.
It may be a cliché, but the entire story of the PBS documentary The Boys Of ’36 feels like a Hollywood movie. Blue collar Americans who came of age in an impoverished economy, a sport that is built on remarkable perseverance, and the daunting backdrop of Hitler’s Third Reich are all present in the documentary that follows the University of Washington crew team on their journey to win the gold medal at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin.