14 5 / 2013
"At the end of a long statement CBS put out this morning, Bays said, “Our ninth season will tell the epic story of the longest wedding weekend ever. We hope you like it. Next stop, Farhampton…"
Wow. I didn’t think I could hate this show more, but it looks like I’m going to. Gah, what a terrible idea.
13 5 / 2013
lifeofallegory asked: Mi hai ricordato la tristezza dei palinsesti nostrani. Sigh.
Andiamo a vivere in UK e paghiamo con gioia il loro canone.
(Che poi i brits non fanno altro anche loro di lagnarsi di quanto fa schifo la loro tv e quanto è figa quella americana. Li deporterei in Italia per una settimana.)
13 5 / 2013
"People seemed to be surprised they could follow it (Richard II) and were very moved by it, which is brilliant because maybe Shakespeare is still seen as the terrain of privileged group of people. Of course he didn’t write plays for a few people - he was writing for mass audience, so I think it’s very important that television touches on all the great literature in the world."
11 5 / 2013
"This, the most recent of many Matthew Perry experiments, had been struggling ever since losing its Tuesday night lead-in, with even a Courteney Cox appearance failing to delude audiences into believing it was once again the ‘90s and, hey, they should probably watch this all-new episode of Friends before logging into an America Online chat room, cueing up a “Mambo No. 5” CD single on repeat, and cybering the night away."