As usual, one can quibble with how the data were gathered, but it's still interesting. I found the pattern for "The Big Bang Theory" surprising.
Bloom County strip for those of you old enough to remember Mike Wallace and what he used to do on 60 Minutes as well as those odd paper objects called "maps".
"Here's what it's like to use DirecTV Now, AT&T's new service that lets you stream 100+ cable channels over the internet"
Still a few things to improve, but I think it's what's coming and I look forward to cheaper TV.
I had wondered about this. I guess it's no surprise that in some case, it involves music rights.
Nicely and appropriately adapted from a famous line from The Wire.
Made me smile.
I'd guess there's a good chance you'll find something here you'll like.
In my opinion this is a much better explanation than that fans have been turned off the NFL by Colin Kaepernick.
I just rewatched #3, "The Trouble With Tribbles," a couple of weeks ago. When Scotty unleashes the killer last line and that glorious fanfare comes up, I felt just as good as I did 49 years ago.
Consider the art not the artist: it turns out that Gene Roddenberry, creator of the wonderful Star Trek, was ". . . in most respects, an incredible, insufferable jerk to his family, friends, and peers".