Posts in Television
Congratulations Alabama on winning the 2018 NCAA CFP Championship

The NCAA Football season has wrapped up with an exciting National Championship game between SEC teams Alabama vs Georgia at the newly minted Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Georgia. The game was filles with big hits and big plays, but ultimately it was Alabama who came out victorious 26-23. Honestly, neither team gave up and didn't hold anything back as they fought until the final seconds ticked off the clock and then some. In the end it was the true freshman, Tua Tagovailoa, who not only won the game, but turned it into an exciting ending. 

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The Simpsons loses its music

Longtime composer for The Simpsons, Alf Clausen, has been ousted by the show. Alf has been the sole composer for the show since 1990 through the end of the 28th season. Clausen has conducted a 35-piece orchestra weekly for each episode enabling a wide variety of musical styles. He was let go because the show wanted to go in a different direction. 

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A "young, black Mark Zuckerberg"

Get ready for a Spike Lee joint with tech entrepreneur and rising star Chad Sanders. The series tentatively titled Archer is being described as a dark comedy and sociological thriller capturing the life of an African-American coding genius and iconoclast living in Brooklyn who has developed a dating app that reads sexual chemistry. The story is loosely based on Sanders' life and will travel between New York, Silicon Valley, and Berlin's famously sexual environment. 

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Thoughts: Last Chance U: Redemption

Netflix original docu-series Last Chance U is back for a second season and this time around it's all about redemption. Being able to see how you act and receive criticism from everybody via the Internet changes how people react and then act the second time around. Coaches and players go into this season knowing people watching will be highly critical of their actions on and off the field. However, that doesn't stop them from acting like idiots.

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Kenan Thompson Produces New Kids Comedy Sketch Show

He used to be All That, but now he's giving another group of kids a shot at it. Kenan Thompson is set to produce a new show titled Skoogle at pocket.watch, which is a media company that creates, acquires, distributes and curated content for kids ages 2-11. Thompson will team up with former president of Nickelodeon Entertainment Albie Hecht, who is now the CCO at pocket.watch. 

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