Ashleeeybash: Fall TV 2015 ‘Report Card’

So excited to do this video yet… So not prepared on how long it would be. Should have figured. There are SO many new Fall TV shows so I give my opinion on which one is”YAS you should watch” or “NAW ditch this show ASAP.” Are there any shows I SHOULD be watching that I haven’t mentioned? Let me know down below!

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The Bastard Executioner: Why I still don’t know if I’m going to watch it

THE BASTARD EXECUTIONER (Image Credit: Ollie Upton/FX)

THE BASTARD EXECUTIONER (Image Credit: Ollie Upton/FX)

Fall TV is nearly here. And I’m not quite sure what it is I’ll be watching yet. One show that I’m greatly debating is the newest epic from FX mastermind Kurt Sutter, The Bastard Executioner. Continue reading

Mia Maestro as Nora Martinez in THE STRAIN (Image Credit: Michael Gibson/FX)

5 Reasons to be Excited for ‘The Strain’ on FX!

Mia Maestro as Nora Martinez in THE STRAIN (Image Credit: Michael Gibson/FX)

Mia Maestro as Nora Martinez in THE STRAIN (Image Credit: Michael Gibson/FX)

The Strain, coming to FX this July, will likely be an infectious, unstoppable force and not just in the context of the story. Here are a couple of reasons why: Continue reading

5 Things To Know About FX’s Upcoming Show ‘The Bridge’

Demian Bichir and Diane Kruger in THE BRIDGE (Image Credit: FX Network)

Demian Bichir and Diane Kruger in THE BRIDGE (Image Credit: FX Network)

1. The ads for The Bridge suggest a grungy, stylized and perhaps even surrealist feel a la FX’s other controversial fan-favorite American Horror Story. If the show is indeed anything like these teasers, there’s sure to be high level of creepiness accompanied by a notable sense of dread and intrigue – something every great crime drama should have.

2. It features a great cast, including Inglorious Basterds Diane Kruger and Academy Award-nominated Demián Bichir in the title roles. The excellent and underrated Ted Levine (Silence of the Lambs) is also onboard as what looks to be Kruger’s coworker or boss.

3. The plot follows two detectives, one from the U.S. (Kruger), the other from Mexico (Bichir) as they work together to bring down a ruthless serial killer operating on both sides of the Texas-Mexico border. I’m going to go ahead and say “viewer discretion advised.” Although, that’s not really a surprise coming from the daring network that aired Nip/Tuck and the above-mentioned American Horror Story. Also, expect, as with any intriguing crime drama nowadays, plot twists. C’mon, who doesn’t like plot twists?

4. It’s based loosely on a Scandinavian TV crime drama series of the same name which took place on the bridge connecting Sweden to Denmark. Actually, that show has only one season under its belt, and the renewal of a second season has been announced. So, just how closely can the creators stick to the original series? AMC’s The Killing is another Scandinavian crime drama with a similar story that received an American adaptation.

I’m excited to see how the creators have accommodated the story to the Mexico-American border, a presumably different location and culture than what is seen on these Scandinavian series. The atmosphere hinted in previews for The Bridge also suggests a tone not unlike David Fincher’s Seven. Bring it on.

5. It comes from the creators of Cold Case and the Golden Globe-winning Homeland, so these people know how to operate a crime drama.

Be sure to tune in to this intriguing crime drama on FX when it debuts on July 10 and check out some images and TV spots for the show below.

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5 Reasons…I can’t wait for the new season of ‘American Horror Story’!

 Image Credit: Michael Yarish/FX

Image Credit: Michael Yarish/FX

Ask my friends the one thing I’m not a fan of, and they’ll answer frogs. (Number one fear, over here!) But ask them for the other one thing and they’ll be quick to tell you that I’m no fan of scary. I don’t like the dark, I don’t like crumbling buildings and if something jumps out at me I will scream like a 3-year-old.

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