How satisfying were the conclusions to 30 Rock, Allegiant, and other pop-culture staples?
That "Rural Juror" song better win a damn award.
Some heavy dramas. And some insane reality shows, too.
Last night's Southland joins the pantheon of Shocking-Amazing-Violent episodes that haunt us to this day.
He says "tig ole bitties."
And Switched at Birth.
This cop drama prizes journalistic detail over verbal exposition and moldy cop-show tropes.
Here are the five characters to recognize for tonight's season premiere.
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Never leave us, Regina King.
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Southland takes on subjects that most shows get wrong, but does it right.
She'll play an LAPD officer.
"It's fun to get shot."
For unclear reasons.
The actress talks about playing a tough female detective, and has some tough words for NBC.
"I'm not that teen guy."
TNT will air all thirteen already-produced episodes of the NBC-discarded cop drama.
On TNT, maybe!
Southland star goes OFF on NBC: "When you have a network that nobody's watching, it doesn't benefit you to only advertise on your network."
After the Cancellation of Southland, John Wells and Jay Leno Probably Won’t Be Grabbing Drinks Anytime Soon
"I wish NBC and Jay Leno well; personally, he's a very nice guy, but I hope he falls flat on his face and we get five dramas back."
Blame Jay Leno!