TV Shows

The Gilded Age, Season One; Review by Robert Pruter

The Gilded Age, Season One; Review by Robert Pruter

Historical drama of the Gilded Age society of New York City by Julian Fellowes that captures the era with its sharp dialogue, compelling storytelling, and high production values, which make viewers feel they have been really transported back in time.

TV 101 (1988-89); Review by Robin Franson Pruter

TV 101 (1988-89); Review by Robin Franson Pruter

Late 1980s teen show is a goldmine of nostalgia.

Top TV Couples of 2019, by Robert and Robin Franson Pruter

Top TV Couples of 2019, by Robert and Robin Franson Pruter

Six TV couples that stood out in 2019.

Dark Shadows (1991); Review by Robin Franson Pruter

Dark Shadows (1991); Review by Robin Franson Pruter

A vampire love story/gothic romance that never engages our emotions.

Riverdale, S01E01: The River’s Edge; Review by Robin Franson Pruter

Riverdale, S01E01: The River’s Edge; Review by Robin Franson Pruter

A series with potential, yet a misguided start.

Santa Clarita Diet; Review by Robin Franson Pruter

Santa Clarita Diet; Review by Robin Franson Pruter

Killer comedy is an acquired taste.

Prey (1998); Review by Robin Franson Pruter

Prey (1998); Review by Robin Franson Pruter

A series ahead of its time.

Does The Royals Need to Go Away?

Does The Royals Need to Go Away?

Sexual misconduct on screen and off may have irrevocably compromised E!’s mindless romp of soapy fun.

Black Sails, S02E05: XIII.; Review by Robin Franson Pruter

Black Sails, S02E05: XIII.; Review by Robin Franson Pruter

A shocking revelation…

The Royals S02E01: It Is Not, nor It Cannot Come to Good; Review by Robin Franson Pruter

The Royals S02E01: It Is Not, nor It Cannot Come to Good; Review by Robin Franson Pruter

Originally aired on 15 Nov 2015 Written  and directed by Mark Schwahn Starring Elizabeth Hurley, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Tom Austen, and Jake Maskall My rating:  ★★ stars Too much bad, not enough good.