It’s our third season of American Horror Story, and right now we’re stuck in the middle of a frustrating hiatus (the show returns next Wednesday). So, let’s get together all of our repeat actors from previous seasons and show a picture and description from each one, along with a short real life bio. What do these stellar actors look like outside of the show and in different roles? NO SPOILERS!
I hate television/movie award shows, yet I tune in every year, hoping that some justice is done for the best actors and shows on television. Yet I’m oftentimes disappointed (okay, oftentimes livid – I take them too seriously), and swear to never watch one again. This time I’ll be analyzing the 2013 Golden Globes television nominations and discussing the major snubs.
I couldn’t stop watching. I had DVD after DVD piled up from Blockbuster rentals (remember those days?) and spent every afternoon after school until late at night catching up to the second (or third) season. This was all at the ripe age of 12, with my mom trying to hide the discs from me. Me and The Sopranos were just meant to be.
Some people will hail Sons of Anarchy as the next The Sopranos or even better. Obsessive fans will call it one of the best shows in television history. Filled with suspense, drama, betrayal, violence, sex, great actors and twists and turns galore, is there any credence behind some of these claims of greatness? The answer is simple: (warning – there may be spoilers)
I know – I’ve been MIA now for some time. But I’m back and ready to blog about television! There’s a lot going on, with tons of new fall shows. I still haven’t gotten around to The Blacklist yet, and James Spader is one of my favorites. Anyone have their own opinion on it? The reception has been really good, but I’m always so leery of network dramas.
VIDEO ANALYSIS! Cat’s monologue regarding Ned Stark’s bastard son, Jon Snow, is one of the most controversial topics right now amongst book readers. Did it completely kill Cat’s character, or is it in character of Cat, after all? Watch to hear my analysis NO BOOK SPOILERS past where we are in the show (season 3, episode 2).
I talk about meeting Olenna Tyrell aka The Queen of Thorns in season 3 episode 2 – ‘Dark Wings, Dark Words.’ There are no book spoilers past where we are in the show!
WOW. What. a. finale. Calling all wannabe show writers out there – this is how you write a show. Completely unpredictable and brilliant, I am still shaken up from this finale! Seriously, can it get any better?
Interesting finale, although once again, I never imagined it would turn out this way! David Morrissey is really owning his role as the Governor, Andrea is STILL being dumb, and Carl is becoming the mini-Governor?
All of my non-book reading friends surprisingly hated it, and I actually DIDN’T hate it, and I’m the crazy book purist! Read my review, which has NO book spoilers. If you want to watch my video review with NO spoilers click here. Want to watch my video review WITH spoilers? Click here