HNTP presents: Life Lessons for White People. Today’s class: Subtle signs that the smiling, laughing, self-effacing black man in front of you might be making a joke, even if he uses a bad word.
How the hell did it take three seasons for Tatiana Maslany to get her first Emmy nomination? Sister should be holding all six nods for all six characters. Only HNTP has an inside look at how the whole Clone Club is celebrating.
Rejoice stay-at-home parents and unemployed slackers and sick day takers everywhere! Regis has heard your prayers and accendeth once again to your TV to sit at the right hand of Kathie Lee.
“For a film that talks about the importance of humanity and human survival, it shows shockingly little faith in it.”
After finally getting his wife and ex-tootsie on the same page, Ethan discovers they don’t call them “mad” scientists for nothing. And there’s something to that “children of the damned” phrase, too. The penultimate Wayward Pines recap has arrived.
Ingrid’s health takes a turn for the worse. Will Martin make it back in time to save her? Alex makes a bold, but not unexpected decision. So does Annett. Grab your German-to-English dictionary, because it’s Week 5 of Deutschland 83.
Mr. Robot raises deep questions about public identity and truth… questions one Mr. Christian Slater seems to have been toying with throughout his career. And now HNTP is asking the one existential question at the heart of it all: Does Christian Slater himself actually exist?
“While it isn’t the worst concept for an episode ever, it’s still not winning fan love, twelve years after it aired. Okay, so maybe some fans love it, but this fan cringes over the existence of it.”
“Basically The Invisible Man redone as a slasher film, containing all the stupidity that this genre (unfairly or not) is associated with.”
With the demise of American Idol, FOX has a new singing competition in the works… with a direct tie-in to “Empire.”
Nostalgia ain’t what it used to be… and neither is The Last Starfighter if this TV reboot ever sees the light of day.
You may have heard about the all-new Archie comic book relaunch a while back, but did you know that the red-headed high schooler is also headed for television? Riverdale, a live action series based on the new Archie comics, will be coming soon to your TVs.
When the opposition party demands answers on UFOs, the Welsh government responds in a hostile alien language.
Comcast’s laughable attempt to get into the streaming business in 2016 is so amazingly bizarre you won’t know whether to scream or laugh.
“My confidence in British intelligence is dropping by the minute.”
Comic-Con is here, which means so are all the trailers of this fall’s geek TV shows! Videos galore inside.
Sometimes the ticking time bomb is a stolen pick-up truck. Can Ethan stop it before the conspirators let the abbies in? And is Ben gone for good or only mostly dead?
This week on Deutschland 83, after taking dating advice from his aunt, Martin’s love life becomes complicated. Alex and the General exchange words at a family celebration. Renate drinks. Yvonne meditates. And the world moves one step closer to nuclear annihilation.
Bo and Luke Duke may have been in trouble with the law since they day they was born, but now they’re in trouble with the PC police and actor John Schneider ain’t going to take it lying down, no matter how many racists slaughter how many African-Americans.
Give me Netflix or give me death! July 3rd, Chicago announced a new tax on online streaming sites–including Netflix and Spotify. Where are the Koch Brothers when you really need them?