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Next is the next big show
September 22nd, 2020 under Fox. [ Comments: none ]

We have become so tech needy that everything is connected. What would happen if artificial intelligence decided to control everything about you and everyone else via their phones, cars, computers, televisions, and everything else? That is the premise for Next that debuts on Fox tonight at 9p.

Paul LeBlanc (Paul Slattery) is a tech genius, whose worth billions of dollars. As brilliant as he is, he is also an a$$hole. That is why his company threw him out. While he has been working the speech circuit, his brother, Ted (Jason Butler Harner), has continued to work on his artificial intelligence program. It has gotten so smart; it has become deadly.

Special Agent Shea Salazar (Fernanda Andrade) works for the cybersecurity unit, and her friend has been attacked. Before the attack, he tried to contact Paul. Since he is still unconscious, Shea goes to Paul to find out why.

When Paul realizes the attack might have something to do with his old company and his AI, they got there to confront it. Once they do, it goes after them and their loved ones. It can erase data, cause things to go after them, and make them out to be criminals. How far will it go to destroy them? Can they stop it before it stops them?

You will have to tune in for a thrilling show about a game of cat and mouse, where the mouse is not human. Or is it the cat?

The concept is so terrifying, I am almost thought of going tech-free. But then I thought if I did, how could I tell you about it?


Fox is giving us a political puppet show
September 16th, 2020 under Fox. [ Comments: none ]

2020 is a very weird year. Fox is about to make it even weirder with Let’s Be Real on October 1st. LBR is a political special. Why is that weird? Because it is a puppet show. Yes, with actual puppets.

Let’s Be Real is from Robert Smigel, the creator of Triumph the Insult Comic Dog. Remeber when the cigar-smoking pooch took down Ted Cruz? If Smigel can do that to the self-serving Senator, I can’t want to see what they do to all of the other DC swamp monsters.


The Masked Singer has its first duo!
September 8th, 2020 under Fox. [ Comments: none ]

This season of The Masked Singer is going to be a lot different because of COVID-19. The judges won’t be sitting on top of each other. Plus, there is no audience, so that means voting will also be different. Those are just a few of the changes.

Another change is a first for the singing competition. Two people are going to compete as one. The snow owls will be a duet, but they will only represent one contestant.

That means that they are going to have to be in sync with each other. My gut says that it is twins. I would guess the Olsen sisters, but they would never do TV again. My next guess is going to be the Mowry sisters. Tamera just quit The Real, so she has some time on her hands. A lot of time on her wings.

To me, I think the perfect duo would be Milli Vanilli. There is only one problem, and it is a big one. One of the members is no longer with us.

Back to the twins’ angle, maybe it is the Nelson Brothers. Although, I would think they are taller than that.

Who (and I do mean who) do you think those two birds are?

The Masked Singer is back on Fox September 13th, with new weekly episodes starting on September 23rd.

One last note, they probably should have picked a different animal for their first duet partners. Because when they get eliminated, it will be killing two birds with one stone. I will be here all week.


The Masked Singer has an important message about masks
July 28th, 2020 under Coronavirus, Fox. [ Comments: none ]

Too many people have complaints about wearing masks, and one of them is that they make people feel heated. You think, a little fabric over your mouth makes you sweat? Look at what the contestants on The Masked Singer have to wear. They are not complaining. In fact, they are telling you to wear a mask.

Stop being a wimp and deal with a little uncomfort. If you don’t cover your mouth and nose, then celebrities won’t be able to cover their whole bodies for the singing competition, and it is all your fault.

The next time you go out, put on a mask. Do it so we can have television, movies, and concerts again. If you don’t, then we will be stuck watching repeats. I am so over repeats, and it is all your fault.


Fox’s Animation Domination is coming back on September 27th!
July 22nd, 2020 under Fox, Seth MacFarlane, The Simpsons. [ Comments: none ]

Even though almost all of the television production has been shut down since March, animation hasn’t stopped working. That is good news for the fans of Fox’s Animation Domination. On September 27th, The Simpsons, Bless the Harts, Bob’s Burgers, and Family Guy will all be back with new episodes.

Any other year, this would be who cares news. However, this year I am doing backflips in excitement. Unlike in the cartoons, it really hurts when you bang into the wall. Ouch. At least, I will be able to laugh again in September when the four shows are back. Hopefully, by then, I will be healed from those backflips I just did.

Can’t wait until September for new episodes, all four sitcoms and Duncanville will all be doing panels at San Diego’s Comic-Con@Home this weekend. Don’t do a backflip.


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