(PG-13) Before canceling the apocalypse and becoming a twisted detective, Idris Elba brought to life one of The Wire‘s most memorable characters. ScreenPrism looks at the philosophy of Stringer Bell – the criminal who thought he was above his crimes.
A comedy series starring Jean-Claude Van Damme as a version of himself who’s also a retired secret agent. He wants to be a spy again, refusing to accept that he’s become more Expendables than Bloodsport. Premieres 12/15/17 on Amazon Video.
(PG-13: Language) “The f**k did I do?”ScreenPrism starts its discussion of HBO’s The Wire with an analysis of Detective Jimmy McNulty. McNulty truly cared about putting bad guys in jail. And that’s about the only good thing we can say about him.
(Flashing lights)Screen Rant talks about 10 popular children’s shows, including Sailor Moon, Tiny Toons and Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, which had episodes banned for various reasons, not all of them reasonable.
A free website that aggregates YouTube videos from the 70s to the 90s and arranges them by decade and by categories. The videos play on period appropriate TV frames, and it displays white noise when you switch channels.
Want to know how much time you’ve spent watching TV shows? Alex Cican’stiii.me tells you how much you’ve lost staring at a black mirror based on the shows you watch and how many seasons you’ve watched them.