I may have spoken too soon about Revolution. In the second to last episode, a character picked up the ridiculous ability to do magic. Lame explanation upcoming in the next episode, no doubt.
Keeping in mind I didn't see anything from the first two seasons, I've watched the 3 episodes from American Horror Story:Coven. Looks great and filled with some amazing individual performances, and I am already scarred for life.
What is his job and does anybody need to do it?
Jay Flats is good at his job and he seems like a nice guy and I would never begrudge anybody a paycheck... but it's often asked... do we need/want someone in that job?
Chris Hardwick has seized one branch of the tri-corner crown of Nerd-dom with Kevin Smith and Patton Oswalt and I simply have to ask.... do we need/want an "organized religion" approach to geekdom?
I say NO!
Clearly the masses say yes.
I'm learning to live with it.
Almost Human lands John Larroquette for recurring turn
And a promising show just got better.
HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER Spin-Off HOW I MET YOUR FATHER Eyed by CBS | Collider
Would you let it go. You want to end HIMYM simply because it is no longer cost effective, don't try to have your cake and eat it too by relaunching the same tired show with low rent new faces. REJECT!!!!!!
I would give them a shot - new faces should remove the overwhelming staleness of the show and I think the odds are better that the people who can make good How I Met Doogie episodes can make a good new show than one more random group making one more random sitcom. If it stinks, I won't watch it. A lot of it will be the casting, though. They worked magic (minus Ted) the first time around. It is a shame Rachel Bilsson is locked up in crap, but most of the Happy Endings cast are free agents as far as I know.
Bryan Cranston narrates 'Big History' exploration - Yahoo TV
Sounds a little like the old science series Connections.