Orlando Jones has the honored position of being the MOC Monday man of the day! The accolade couldn’t come at a better time, since it would seem that Jones’ Sleepy Hollow character, Frank Irving, is back from the dead and will (hopefully) be back on Team Witness! In any event, we can see Jones use his dramatic skills in full force once again.
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Black History Month is here and believe it or not, the BHM kick-off party happened on Saturday Night Live. Not only were there tons of jokes about racial appropriation (that scathing Iggy Azalea joke, the digital short about the “true” biopic about Jay-Z starring Mike O’Brien, aka a white dude on SNL, and other white dudes, including the host J.K. Simmons, as Kanye and Nas), but there was also D’ANGELO. And boy did he not disappoint.
How many Jimmy Olsen superfans are there out there? How many are upset that Mechad Brooks, a black actor, is playing him in the new CBS show Supergirl?
Leave it to Tom Mison, the master of giving away too much in interviews, to decisively break the Sleepy Hollow fandom with his latest interview with TV Guide. In the video, which is about Abbie/Ichabod vs. Katrina/Ichabod, Tom says some serious verbage about how Ichabod really feels about Abbie.
I got back on Twitter today to find out that yet another hashtag has come up, but this one has me really confused, especially since I’m not a Grey’s Anatomy viewer. Apparently, there’s a hashtag called #ShameonShonda. Why are we on Shonda Rhimes’ case yet again?
Disney is making historic ground once again with their Princess line of merchandise and programming. Ground that should have been covered eons ago. But in any event, let’s congratulate Disney on introducing the first Latina princess to its roster. Hooray!
How to Get Away with Murder was back in fighting form yesterday, which meant being a confusing ride filled with moments of Viola Davis slaying the scene with looks, attitude, and wigs. That sounds like I’m demeaning the show, but I’m not.
Maybe “False Imposition” is the first episode of Empire that I felt was just a little off. There are a lot of things in things to juggle in this show—this is a soap opera, a drama, and a musical all at the same time. But it seemed like it was a little difficult to handle the relationship dynamics between Cookie and Lucious and Anika and Lucious. To get to the point of it, Cookie and Lucious seemed to get along too well.
We’re about to dive back into TGIT and How to Get Away with Murder with SAG Award Winner Viola Davis!
I don’t think there will be too much to this post, since Kurtzman/Orci VP of Television Development Aaron Baiers says everything that needs to be said about Sleepy Hollow‘s ratings boost after “Kali Yuga”: