The 2015-16 TV season is fast approaching, and with that comes endless articles on various trends and the state of television today. This week’s ConStar Clicks features a few of those articles and a couple of older ones. Click away! Over on NPR: Television 2015: Five Shows They Will Never Stop Making including: The Adventures Of Mr. Superabilities […]
Hey you, fellow TV junkie! Now that the Fall 2014 TV season is approaching, I’m looking to do more with my blog and my tv writing career in general. I decided one way to foster that was to change the domain name here, so Constarstudiestv.wordpress.com is now ConStarWrites.TV! I’m excited for the domain change because it describes […]
I’d kinda wanted to watch this, and now I *really* want to watch this. Jane the Virgin is original and diverse and is laying the seeds for some fun, dramatic storytelling, with tellanovella twists.
Of course I’m going to watch The Flash, who do you think I am? Helps that I’m obsessed with Arrow and there are a couple of crossovers already in the works. The CW is getting a lot of my viewership this fall.
I liked the Gracepoint pilot, but then again, I liked the Broadchurch pilot (they’re almost scene for scene the same), but am I in the mood for a serial mystery right now? Not sure. Feel free to convince me I am.
Gotham started off with a strong pilot, even better aesthetics, and with a sneak peak at Gotham villains old and new. It’ll be fun to delve into this seedy world; how much farther can Gotham fall before needing the Batman?
It might not be The Fault in Our Stars, but Red Band Society was nicely done. It’s cute and fun and has a lot of story and character potential. But it is also a great opportunity to add more diversity to its already diverse cast. Let’s hope the writing gets even stronger and allows people of all colors and capabilities to be represented on television.
Mulaney disappointed me with acting, writing, and character development. But the pilot is from last year’s pilot season, here’s hoping episode 2 is two years improved.
ABC’s Forever presents absolutely nothing new to the “white guys lives forever, is basically Sherlock Holmes” trope.
Cristela started off a bit rough, but pleasantly surprised me in the end. A solid show featuring a funny Latino family with an opportunity to break stereotypes along the way.