Eric - TV Geek Army "Revered Leader"

Member since: 2008-09-28
Find me at: http://www.tvgeekarmy.com
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Eric is the publisher and revered leader of TV Geek Army… at least in his own mind. TV Geek Army is a place for serious TV reviews and news for serious fans of great television. Contact: eric-[at]-tvgeekarmy.com 

Stories By Eric - TV Geek Army "Revered Leader"

Industry churn and disruption continues.
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Skippy is a television star of the train wreck reality TV age. I honestly can't get enough of the Skippy.
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My money is on more people cutting the cord each day.
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There are simply too many entertainment choices in most homes for people to maintain that kind of brand connection.
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The hype for The Dark Knight Rises has reached the hyperactive. Is it good, is it great, will audiences foam at the mouth for its very Transcendence? Sure, probably, who knows? But is it better than what's on television this summer? Balderdash, we of the TV Geek Army cry!
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Too much of the opening minutes felt off-key.
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Walt has completed his transformation from Mr. Chips to Scarface. How much further down will Breaking Bad take him?
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Series creator Vince Gilligan leaves the door open to a Breaking Bad movie during a Comic-Con panel.
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The Breaking Bad Season Five Comic-Con trailer certainly puts Mike front and center.
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Millions of cost-conscious consumers will critically evaluate where their entertainment dollars are spent and ask: Is this whole cable/satellite television bill that we're currently paying really worth it... when there are other viable options out there?
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Now that we've reached the beginning of the end (the first half of Breaking Bad's final sixteen Season Five episodes premieres Sunday, July 15th at 10:00 on AMC) , it's as good a time as any to speculate and pontificate on how, to pull some parlance from The Wire, Walter White will get got.
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The thing, I realized, is that my desire to "binge" on a given show is almost always inextricably tied to my desire to watch it at all.
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An all-star edition of Celebrity Apprentice could be in the offing, the New York Post and several other outlets are reporting.
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It's time to find ways to make the viewing experience better than ever. Or at least sloppier than ever.
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HBO dramas Boardwalk Empire and Treme are now both slated for their third season premiere dates.
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Always charismatic and with a flair for the eccentric, Borgnine is perhaps best known for the character of Lt. Commander Quinton McHale in McHale's Navy.
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Roger Sterling and the rest of us will get what we want, and sooner than most people realize.
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Here's where Bob Costas said exactly what we were all thinking: "It seems that If all of these accusations are false, you are the unluckiest and most persecuted man that any of us has ever heard about."
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Now that Paul Kinsey (Michael Gladis) made a brief but splashy and phenomenal return during last night's Mad Men episode, "Christmas Waltz," there remains only one significant advertising pro from the early seasons who has not made an appearance in the Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce era.
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I had to check in to see how The King of All Media would do in his new digs.
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