A guide to what we’re barely putting up with this week.
CNN’s thoroughly engrossing documentary series, Race For The White House. Turns out, presidential campaign history makes for the best mini-melodramas.
The return of Bravo’s Southern Charm. Sure, it’s mainly about people getting drunk in the heat and pretending they’re not drunk or hot, but that’s the recipe for a perfect reality show.
Matthew McConaughey for Lincoln. What’s worse: season two of True Detective, or the fact that McConaughey thinks his character from season one is now eternally aimlessly driving around in a brand-new Lincoln SUV?
H&R Block commercials. Everyone has to file taxes, but only H&R Block can file your taxes while simultaneously pummeling your brain with near constant ads featuring some guy in a bow tie playing with stacks of your money.
Zayn Malik’s hyper-sexual, hyper-over-compensating, soon-to-be-hyper-embarassing-in-a-few-years album, Mind Of Mine. Aww, the boy bander thinks he’s all grown up!
The ACMs, a.k.a. the Academy Of Country Music Awards, a.k.a. Another Country Music Awards Show. Is there even enough country music produced in a year to feed all these country music awards shows?
Cinematic sermon/rejected episode of Seventh Heaven, God’s Not Dead 2. Do you need to see God not die in the first one to enjoy the sequel?