K.R.I.T. stands for a King Remembered In Time and the homie will be remembered by legions of fans for years to come. The guy is a product of M.I. Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter and he's world wide now. Peep episode 2 of the tour below.
It’s been two years since we said goodbye to Dexter Morgan, Miami Metro’s fascinating blood spatter analyst and serial killer. Pushing the boundaries of television’s comfort zone, Dexter explored the not-so-straightforward situations surrounding a pathological killer and his code. Casting a supposed villain in the role of a protagonist, and letting us hear the inner monologue of a psychopath, the show explored Dexter’s discovery of a humanity that he never knew he had, as well as his “dark passenger” – the side of him with a violent bloodlust.
Following the teachings of his father, he tries to keep to a code that stops him from murdering the innocent – and yet he conveniently forgets the code when it best suits his needs. Michael C. Hall’s relatable, yet discomforting, portrayal ...
[This is a review of The Leftovers season 2, episode 8. There will be SPOILERS.]
It is a testament to just how consistently well made and confident The Leftovers has become in its second season that the show can enter into an episode like ‘International Assassin’ without so much as a hint of self-doubt. But it may be an even greater testament to the strides the already-plenty-good series has made in its second go-round that Damon Lindelof and his crew could deliver an episode that takes the already heightened reality of the post-Departure world and turns it into a frenzied fever-dream filled with symbols and messages, all ...
TV One's television series, Unsung, is a show that uncovers the lives of several musicians from music's last few eras. This also includes a legendary rappers like Snoop Dogg and Yo Yo. Now, the number of hip hop artists on Unsung gets longer now that classic hip hop singer, Nate Dog, who passed away in 2011, has received his own episode to tell his story. There happens to be a ton of surprising trivial facts on the episode too, like Nate Dogg's father being a minister or the family having a history of slaughtering pigs. From his earlier days, you start to see Nate's progression in to becoming one of the West Coast's most beloved artist.
TV One’s television series, Unsung, is a show that uncovers the lives of several musicians from music’s last few eras. This also includes a legendary rappers like Snoop Dogg and Yo Yo. Now, the number of hip hop artists on Unsung gets longer now that classic hip hop singer, Nate Dog, who passed away in 2011, has received his own episode to tell his story. There happens to be a ton of surprising trivial facts on the episode too, like Nate Dogg’s father being a minister or the family having a history of slaughtering pigs. From his earlier days, you start to see Nate’s progression in to becoming one of the West Coast’s most beloved artist.
CBS entered the still-growing crowd of superhero-theme TV shows with Supergirl, and so far the story of Superman’s cousin Kara Danvers/Kara Zor-El (Melissa Benoist) has proven itself a smart, well-received addition to the DC television universe.
After three episodes, the series has already developed its own style, blending action with humor with a more relatable and less angsty main character than Supergirl‘s many male-centered counterparts. The promos for the show’s fourth episode “How Does She Do It?” promised an entry along these same lines, but it will not air this Monday as planned.
Deadline reports that in the wake of the horrifying Paris terrorist attacks on November 13th, CBS will not air the scheduled episode of Supergirl, which would have seen ...
Wicked City cancelled; Zoe Kazan to star in Max; Olivia Munn to produce sportscaster drama; NBC orders Relative Success; and American Crime season 2 premiere date revealed.
ABC has cancelled their freshman drama Wicked City after only airing three episodes.
The series starred Ed Westwick (Gossip Girl) and Erika Christensen (Parenthood) as a pair of serial killers terrorizing 1980s Los Angeles. The series was hit hard by the critics, leaving most to assume that the series would not be renewed for a second season. However, with ratings as low as 0.4 in the 18-49 demographic, the network decided to take a ...
[This is a review of The Leftovers season 2, episode 6. There will be SPOILERS.]
Since season 1, The Leftovers has used the inscrutable nature of the Sudden Departure to explore the actions of its characters in fascinating ways that adhere in large part to the assumption the world at large is still working its way through a staggering amount of grief and recovering from a tragedy that remains unexplained. As is the case in events where explanation and understanding remain elusive, a natural course of action, in the search for comprehension, is to locate a cause, a catalyst or responsible party, to ...
I'm cautious about getting too excited about Star Wars, but the trailer does look promising... The date is set (December 18, 2015) and the level fan-demonium will be off the charts as the debut date for this next installment (Episode VII) of the Star Wars saga nears. Check out the official trailer for "The Force Awakens" above (which will stoke the fan flames even more).
After Tyler, The Creator released his "Jellies" cartoon last week, Trae returns with his cartoon that has been going on for years. With a kid of his own, Trae understands connecting with the younger audience and creating content for fans and he is 100% winning with this one. The plot is great, the animation is on point, it will be cool to see how this cartoon continues to expand.
DJ Esco AKA Eskimo City is that guy. First the dancing in Future vids, now he's rumored to be messin with Karreuche? The hits and everything combined and you have to take him into account. Yea he's flying high right now, but over that past 5 years William Moore AKA DJ Esco has established himself as more than just a DJ at "Magic City Mondays."
According to the YouTube Description " In 2010 he and then unknown arts Future locked in and decided to change the sound of not just Southern Music but effect producers, tracking and mixing engineers worldwide. Since the release of the first Dirty Sprite up until the current Dirty Sprite 2 Future's been the Main attraction to this music and media circus that taken them from local strip clubs to world tour status."
Don't think of She's Got Game as 'reality television' (well, you can if you want). Think of it as The Game sharing his Eye Candy with you. For while he looks for love, we get to look over his foine azz choices. And remember, so do his friends...
...and this is a competition... meaning these ladies are all but guaranteed to hate on each other at some point. So, now you have VH1 trademark drama on deck. Use that as 'cover' for your ogling. Got the show's premiere episode cued above for you to practice that.
(You can say something like, "Baby, why are they acting all wild and crazy and embarrassing themselves like that? Breastses and azz just wiggling and jiggling all over the place. And do you see what they are wearing? Wow. Let's remember to watch for that when we rewind when we watch this again On Demand. Mm mm mm. Just trifling. Right, Honey? Honey... awww why you mad? What did I do now??! Just trying to spend quality time watching TV with you, and now you get salty.")
Whew! Check for some snapshots after the jump. And altogether say, "Thank you, Game" (who is still rocking shows AND exec producing the show... meaning the player is still about business)!