Michael C. Hall's had a killer career.
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Michael C. Hall's had a killer career.
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HBO just released the reigns on hundreds of hours worth of entertainment!
The early 2000s had a smorgasbord of excellent TV Shows, including HBO's critically acclaimed series The Wire. Here is ten other shows from the early 2000s to stream this week.
As Game of Thrones returns to television, let's take a moment to remember some other iconic incestuous relationships in modern television.
Michael C. Hall knows a thing or two about TV finales that provoke intense fan reactions.
The Simpsons took a page from the great Six Feet Under with its silly but emotionally intact final scene.
Six Feet Under has one of the best finales in TV history, but two actors would love to reprise their roles.
HBO may revisit some other shows, but these two are currently off limits.
TV is filled with such a variety of shows in all kinds of genres nowadays that it's easy to forget when other series actually came to an end. We've picked out 8 of the best shows that ended way longer ago than we thought.
Sometimes, a moment of greatness can take years to achieve, and in other cases, inspiration hits in no time at all. In the case of the absolutely amazing series finale for Six Feet Under, it seems like an idea that would have been embedded in the mind of creator Alan Ball from the very beginning. But no.
With news that the Bud Bundy-centered Married…With Children spinoff is rolling along ever so slowly, we decided to look back at 11 other TV standouts whose lives we’d love to catch up with, mostly with the original actors taking on the roles of course.
Sometimes the things one really wants for Christmas just don’t exist, especially when one is a giant TV fanatic whose mental boundary between real and fictional worlds is thinner than Captain Picard’s hairline. So here are 10 fictitious items that I'd love to see under my tree on Christmas morning.
There are way too many good TV shows available to us today. We live in a world of modern riches; an over-abundance of goodness so vibrant it’s terribly easy to miss the good stuff. There’s just so much TV to watch, you see! Especially when you take into consideration television's biggest innovator: the premium network. For-pay stars like HBO, Showtime, and even Cinemax have pushed the medium where it’s never gone before, and paved the way for the likes of AMC and others today.
The cast of American Horror Story's second season was already looking good when we learned that a number of actors from Season 1 would be returning to the horror-drama to take on new roles. But each bit of casting news since then has only added more intrigue to the show, the latest of which has to do with the excellent James Cromwell, who may be joining the series.
HBO’s Six Feet Under followed the lives of the Fisher family from 2001-2005. In that time, the Fishers became a great TV family: a family that audiences could invest in, could practically dwell within its greatest ups and sinking downs, its births and deaths, its most distorted mentalities and its freest moments. Unlike most great television families, however, the Fishers did not prescribe to a reality that is wholly genuine - they saw the ghosts of loved ones and extrapolated out relationships in dreamscapes.
Michael C. Hall seems to have a thing for death. These days he's collecting blood slides as a benevolent serial killer on Showtime's Dexter. Before he was Saran-wrapping baddies to tables in his murder rooms, however, Hall was dealing with already-dead people on HBO's Six Feet Under. Hall played David Fisher, one of a dysfunctional clan of morticians, in the show created by Alan Ball. Today Amazon has Six Feet Under: The Complete Series on DVD for $65.99, a full 63% off the list price.
Lauren Ambrose may be giving network television another shot. The former Six Feet Under star has been cast to star in a pilot for Fox called Weekends at Bellevue
Ok, I'll admit I have a tendency to get caught up in TV romances. If the chemistry is there and the acting and writing is good, there's nothing like seeing two great characters get together. Even those dragged out on-again-off-agains can be fun to watch when done right. But let's face it; not all TV relationships are great. In fact, Katey and I came up with a handful of ones that were downright terrible.
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