SXSW Film 2015: Review Of iZombie


Zombie films have become an American obsession in recent years with popular films capturing the public’s interest from dramas like World War Z to comedies such as Zombieland and countless others. While their presence fills the big screen, it’s been less prevalent in the world of television, with the exception of The Walking Dead […]

SXSW Film 2015: Review Of Angie Tribeca

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Films like Airplane!, Monty Python’s works and those of the Marx Brothers use a certain flavor of comedy, focusing on the slapstick and over-the-top humor that many can’t help but laugh at. It’s been a while since that style of comedy existed on Television, the creators and cast of Angie Tribeca said, and so […]

Ashley Madekwe Returns To Television In New Series Salem

Ashley Medekwe as Tituba. (Photo Credit:

Husband and wife, Iddo Goldberg and Ashley Madekwe. (Photo Credit: Just Jared)

We first saw London girl, Ashley Madekwe grace our screens in the popular, and then, surprisingly good series Revenge, and while fans were sad to see her go, what most of us didn’t know was that soon after her character […]

LAW & ORDER: SVU’s No More Excuses Marathon On USA Network In Support of National Sexual Assault Awareness And Prevention Month

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I am grateful to USA for their courage, vision and generosity in joining us to say NO MORE to domestic violence and sexual assault … I am filled with confidence and renewed determination that, together, we can and will put an end to this violence. –Mariska Hargitay

Season 15 cast […]

Jeremy Piven Returns On PBS Masterpiece With Mr. Selfridge Season 2

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Mr. Selfridge officially re-opened for business Sunday March 30, on PBS Masterpiece. The highly-rated ITV period drama, starring Jeremy Piven in the leading role of the American retail tycoon Harry Selfridge, returned on our screens for a new eight-part season that, in Piven’s words, promises to be “funnier and edgier” […]

Review Of House Of Cards


“That’s just classic laws of war. It’s old, it’s archaic, that tenet. That is what Francis has built and we are part of it together.” – Claire Underwood

Shame on you if you have yet to hear about the Netflix-risk taking, cerebral-thriller, House of Cards. The Emmy and Golden Globe Award winning web-series first […]

Join INSP For One Of Actor Ralph Waite’s Final Interviews


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As you may or may not know by now, actor Ralph Waite, most famous for his role as John Walton, Sr. in the CBS series the Waltons, died this past Thursday, February 13, 2014. He was 85 years old.

“There are very […]

Downton Abbey Season Four Premieres Sunday Night On PBS


If you have spent the past few months in a state of ‘fiction trauma’, mourning the passing of Matthew Crawley and Lady Sybil, trying to alleviate your ‘upstairs/downstairs’ withdrawal symptoms with every possible rerun of Julian Fellowes‘ sensational period drama, then you are officially a Downton Abbey addict. I am one of them and […]

Rev Run’s Renovation

Rev Run and Justine at home. (Photo credit:

Rev Run and Justine at home. (Photo credit:

Remember the fun that was watching Run’s House? It’s back on DIY! Joseph Simmons, known as Rev Run of Run DMC is back on our TV screens with Rev Run’s Renovation, premiering Saturday, January 4th, at 10 p.m. ET. The series will consist of […]

Black Girls Rock! 2013


Black Girls Rock Founder, Beverly Bond (Photo Credit: TheUrbanDaily)

Last week I experienced one of the best award shows of our times, from my living room of course. Emmys? No. Grammys? Pshh. I am talking about BLACK GIRLS ROCK! An award show dedicated to spotlighting the many positive works being done by young […]

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