The Boston Globe’s television critic Matthew Gilbert breaks down his weekly game plan for watching, well, tv. I disagree with him when he says, “some may complain that there’s nothing good on tv.” I would posit that the majority of people who actually watch tv would all agree we are living in the medium’s golden age. There are more good shows to watch every night than ever before. It’s daunting keeping up.
Still, he give props to shows like “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” and “Children’s Hospital” and several other favorites around here.
Soapbox time: When are major American online newspaper sites going to stop with the pageview grabbing slideshow antics? They couldn’t have laid his schedule out in some interactive calendar?