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Author Archives: Marshal Knight
Secrets and Lies, or “Juliette Lewis Stares,” as I call it, is a new ABC limited series premiering this Sunday. Starring Ryan Phillippe as Ben Crawford, it follows as he goes on a morning run to find a local boy … Continue reading
ImSarahSnitch is a hilarious Disney centric YouTuber that I have been subscribed to for many years. Her videos are all very funny, while still being informative. Her most recent video, however, is a large departure from her usual vlogging style. … Continue reading
As I’ve said many times before, I am part of the generation that experienced the golden age of Disney Channel programming. That’s So Raven (being my favorite show of all-time), Lizzie McGuire, Suite Life of Zack and Cody, Hannah Montana…we … Continue reading
The final new show of ABC’s fall season premiered last Friday, Cristela, which premiered to the second largest audience a new comedy has had this fall and a 1.3 rating, which increased from its lead-in by a tenth. Now, let … Continue reading