A new version of the original series (which lasted 12 years), this edition of Hawaii Five-0 bowed in Sept. 2010. It scored a solid 0.9 and had the largest total audience of the night by far. Lead-in MacGyver benefited from the anticipation, itself scoring an impressive 0.8. Blue Bloods capped the evening with an 0.7. … [Read more...] about Friday Ratings: ‘Hawaii Five-0’ Finale Gets Big Goodbye, As ‘Shark Tank’ Circles Nearby
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Most importantly, the show humanizes its lead instead of outright pathologizing her. The idea that women are innately “crazy” is one of the oldest misogynist myths in the book—but that doesn’t mean that a story about a woman pursuing a man in an unhealthy way should be off-limits, especially if it’s told as expertly as this one. Women are humans and humans make stereotypical mistakes. It’s even permissible to laugh when they make them on television, provided the presentation isn’t condescending or mean. And this deeply funny show is neither. … [Read more...] about ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Is Smart, Sexy, Unapologetically Feminist TV
Rebecca’s part-delusion, part-determination is captured in the season’s first musical number, a Beyoncé and Lady Gaga-inspired avant-garde pop song called “Love Kernel.” In it she sings about her frustratingly casual relationship with Josh and the affirmation she finds herself weaning from every scant interaction with him. “Little compliments here and there that I stockpile in my woman brain,” she intones while dressed like a cactus. “I can live for days off a single, ‘You really listen to me.’” … [Read more...] about ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Is Still the Smart, Subversively Feminist Comedy TV Needs