We are not that far away from being able to customize out entertainment. Television, because of the money invested in it, has to reach broad (see the CBS lineup for an example) and even it is dipping its toes into narrower minded shows (AMC series are basically niche brand entertainment). But if you really want to see how it's going to work, it's time to get on the internet. Start with these three shows. While the money obviously isn't there yet in the sense of getting big audiences and ad revenue, the stream has started at least to trickle that way.
Living off the grid, raising cows and looking to spice up your diet? Or maybe you just live near a Whole Foods. Either way, here's a good guide to help you put together the best burger you've ever made!
So apparently, Monica Seles has written (with some help) a YA series. And it sounds completely awesome. I only wish one day I can create a character with a name as brilliant as Nails Reed.
It's mildly comforting to know if the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man - or any large, bulbous candy mascot - attacked New York City that there is a rough plan in place to take care of the situation.
Movies to check out this fall.
If you're a comic book movie fan, I assume you're curious/excited about this Superman v. Batman movie that's coming out in the next year or so. But oh what a Superman movie could have been...
Phil Hartman wasn't just a SNL genius. He was a comedic genius. That's because he could play over the top, but also be the rock on set to let everyone else go over the top.