Tag Archives: Matthew Gilbert
From our That’s Just Sad desk Every now and again the headscratching staff chronicles the mangled phrases of the differently clichéd among us and, man, they are legion. So here’s another roll call, dating back 12 months. • Last August, … Continue reading
Breaking news: The Boston Globe’s redoubtable Matthew Gilbert seems to be back on the TV beat after a brief fling with his Bookish column. And just in time to render judgment on the new A&E series Breaking Boston. Big moments … Continue reading
Well, actually, The Vineyard. That’s the new unreality show that debuts tonight on ABC Family. Here’s what the cable channel says about it . . . Read the rest at It’s Good to Live in a Two-Daily Town.
As the hardworking staff at Campaign Outsider noted earlier, the Times-Industrial Complex rendered a split decision on Showtime’s new series Ray Donovan. New York Times critic Alessandra Stanley found it “grandiose, predictable and painfully slow,” while kissin’ cousin Boston Globe critic Matthew Gilbert considered it “fantastic.” … Continue reading
Showtime’s new series Ray Donovan premieres this Sunday, and the Times-Industrial Complex renders a split decision on the crime drama. Start with the mothership. Here’s New York Times critic Alessandra Stanley’s take on the show. Family Ties, Boston Style, … Continue reading
Two of the hardworking staff’s favorite television critics have very different takes on the sixth season premiere of AMC’s Mad Men. The Wall Street Journal’s Dorothy Rabinowitz: Don Draper’s Inferno The sixth season of “Mad Men” brings a whiff of … Continue reading
Split decision in the local dailies today over the BBC series The Hour, which returns for its second season on BBC America tonight. First up, the Boston Globe’s Matthew Gilbert, whose opinions the hardwatching staff generally agrees with (except when he … Continue reading