Like many 90’s-Babies, I grew up seated inches from a television screen, oftentimes an irritated parent beckoning me to remove myself for fear of strained eye-sight. Well, I went and got glasses and perched myself right back in front of the screen to catch FOX Kids every Saturday morning. And at night: Sealab 2021 and Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law on Adult Swim.
I grew up on reruns of Cheers and Three’s Company on TV Land, while flipping between Dragon Ball Z and Rugrats on Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon, respectively. My tastes in television are varied, malleable, and hindered mainly by the amount of time I spend watching movies or playing video games.
Some of the greatest stories told in the last twenty years have transpired in forty-five minute increments, right in our living rooms. I haven’t seen everything, and couldn’t possibly hope to, but I’m excited to dive into the myriad reasons we currently live in “The Golden Age” of television.
I’ll critique as much as I can, full-seasons down to individual episodes. I’ll share some news if I find it interesting, and offer my thoughts on any major developments regarding the small screen.