We’ve arrived at the conclusion of my list of my favorite TV series of 2020! Click here for part 1 of my list, click here for part two, click here for part three, and click here for part four! And now, here are my five favorite TV series of 2020: 5. How To with John Wilson
Hank Azaria’s series Brockmire has consistently been one of my very favorite shows these past few years. (Season three was one of my favorite TV shows of 2019.) Each eight-episode season has been a small slice of pure pleasure. The series is fiercely hilarious while also t
“Going From Drunk Asshole to Sober Asshole Isn’t the Dramatic Makeover You Think it is” — Josh Reviews Brockmire Season Three!
I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to write about Brockmire season three, which I devoured quickly upon its release last spring. I absolutely adored season one and season two of Brockmire, and season three did not disappoint! This is one of my very favorite shows
Season one of Brockmire was one of my favorite television discoveries from last year, so I was super-excited for season two! I loved these eight new episodes, and I continue to highly recommend this show! Brockmire stars Hank Azaria as disgraced former major league announcer Jim Bro
And so, we arrive, at last, at My Five Favorite Episodes of TV of 2017! (Click here for part one of my list, click here for part two, click here for part three, and click here for part four.) 5. Brockmire: “Rally Cap” (season one, episode one, aired on 4/5/17) — W
In IFC’s new series Brockmire, Hank Azaria stars as the titular Brockmire. Once a major league baseball play-by-play announcer, Brockmire had a spectacular public flame-out after discovering that his wife had been cheating on him. After disappearing for ten years, Brockmire
Last week I wrote about the disappointingly mediocre Me and Orson Welles, and I commented that the film covered familiar ground as Cradle Will Rock, the 1999 film written and directed by Tim Robbins. After writing that blog post, I realized that it had been years since I’d las