Tom’s TV Pages

GG What We're Watching

With the end of Game of Thrones, I needed something new to watch on the TV.  Or, maybe, multiple things.

Anyhoo, here’s my current weekly project.  Each weekday at 6PM Eastern/5 Central, a new write up will appear covering one episode apiece until either I lose interest or the show ends, whichever comes first.

Here is your guide to each show.

A Series of Unfortunate Events on Mondays


Netflix has a story to tell, a sad story involving some orphans who are completely unable to find competent help to save them from an unscrupulous actor.  And the actor is played by Neil Patrick Harris.  He’s just awesome.  See the coverage here.

American Horror Story on Tuesdays


It’s horror anthology series from FX that is, well, set in America.  It’s really weird so far.  Find the coverage here.

Orphan Black on Wednesdays


The BBC sci-fi show that worked off a simple concept (human clones find each other) before delving deep into multiple conspiracies surrounding who made the clones and what is killing them off.  Brilliant lead actress Tatiana Maslany really knocks it out of the metaphorical park with this one by playing multiple characters each with a distinctive personality of her own.  Coverage can be found here.

Ash vs Evil Dead on Thursdays


Thursdays was a rather dreadfully serious day here for the longest time with all that House of Cards stuff.  Now let’s go in the extreme opposite direction with Ash vs Evil Dead.  Find the coverage here.

Lost in Space on Fridays


OK, so, I was going to continue Vikings, but I don’t know when the midseason break is ending, so here’s Netflix’s new Lost in Space coverage.

And, of course, The Simpsons every weekday at noon central.


I mean, I can’t possibly finish this particular project.  I’ll quit sooner or later, right?  Right?  Oh well.  It is The Simpsons, and everyone should know what they’re all about by this point.

Or maybe Doctor Who at noon central?

Well, when The Simpsons isn’t available, then we’ll get some Doctor Who.

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TV show coverage that is finished or on hiatus has to go somewhere.