This show is proof that eventually everyone rises to the level of his incompetence.
Author: Rick Lewis
Maybe NBC is right to debut only three shows.
It’s schmaltz. It’s schlock. It’s kitsch. It’s dreck. There aren’t enough words in the entire Yiddish language to put this show in its place.
Yeah, call me a prude but they lost me with all the talk about people’s balls. I think some producer at CBS has some sort of fetish.
Here’s yet another way your mom and dad can eff you up without meaning to.
Zapping mice in the brain with lasers isn’t just for fun anymore.
Screw your lame smartwatch.
Agony Booth brings you the latest real-world science news that may seem more than a little familiar to science fiction fans…
Fear not. All of this “sequel” hype has nothing to do with you or your movie-watching experience.
Imagine my surprise when my daily Google search for “Patrick Stewart’s penis” turned up several actual news sites.
Bruce, did you know Clark is also a brooding, violent momma’s boy who enjoys growling vague platitudes in the rain?
There was a time when a mega-expensive turd like Batman v Superman would have been soul-crushing for comic book fans. Back then, superhero movies were rare and wondrous things. When one sucked, it killed...
The adorably bumbling Newt Scamander arrives by boat in America, which is entirely represented by New York City, which is entirely represented by three square blocks of upper Manhattan.
Arrival is raking in decent money and could snag a few major award nominations in the coming months. But even the best movies don’t start out brilliant. Agony Booth’s fearless team of dumpster divers has discovered the painfully blunt first draft of Eric Heisserer’s screenplay…
The real world isn’t quite as far from the Seven Kingdoms as you might think. In fact, many of the characters are shockingly similar…
Just-announced spinoff Bad Dads joins a growing list of raunchy comedies following the Mad Libs-esque Bad ________ titling convention, riding the dubious coattails of Bad Moms, Bad Santa, Bad Teacher, and Bad Grandpa. What else is coming?
When the monsters inevitably show up in the end, you’ll realize that you’re not particularly invested in that long-neglected plotline and would rather Jacob keep getting into shenanigans with his new buddies than save the world.
NBC only has three new shows debuting this fall. Will any of them succeed? The Agony Booth TV squad fearlessly forecasts the future.
FOX has four dramas and one sitcom coming soon to a TV near you. The Agony Booth TV squad debates them all.
The Agony Booth TV squad is playing with our crystal balls again while pondering the fate of CBS’s three new dramas and three new sitcoms.