Wednesday, July 04, 2018


If you like to be entertained by watching TV you are, indeed, in the middle of a Golden Age.  The demand for shows is insatiable.  A Golden Age for talent to express itself.  Writers.  Directors.  Actors.  And all the professionals less visible but just as important.

“The Americans” is finished, but left behind an outstanding legacy.

“Billions” ended its season and I can’t wait for more.

“Westworld” is also between seasons.  Incomprehensible at times, but with an addictive allure.

“The Handmaid’s Tale” is disturbing in the extreme, but brilliantly done.

“Fauda” from Israel is a winner.

I like watching some shows from the past:  “Law & Order: SVU,” “House,” “Homicide,” “The Twilight Zone,” and more.

“Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” is brilliant and will be missed.  Suggestion: Watch shows that have already aired, even if you’ve seen them before.

“Orange is the New Black” starts again this month.

“The Bridge,” both the U.S. and Danish version is a winner.

And on and on.  Yes, a Golden Age.


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