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TV Saturday: New AMC’s Hell on Wheels

Posted: September 27, 2014 by Aaron M Zaffuto in Uncategorized
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Hell on Wheels 4×09

9PM: Scandal is back!!

10PM: How to Get Away With Murder Series Premiere

Parenthood Final Season

Aaron’s Top 15 Shows of the past decade

Posted: September 22, 2014 by Aaron M Zaffuto in Uncategorized

Time to revisit what shows lead to be a tv addict over the past decade. As Scott did my list is NOT in order of importance though my top three are most important to me, from there its random.

  1. Chuck Chuck
    “Hi my name is Charles Bartowski, but you can call me Chuck. This is my life its filled with spies, car chases, computer stealing ninjas and me saving the day” That quote from the show sums it up the action, spy, comedy, drama all in one show. Lets not forget this blog dedicates a whole page to show.
  2. FlashForwardFlashForward“Lost” was coming to an end and ABC was looking for another hit to capture viewers. The story of a global blackout the causes the world to lose consciousness and see a vision of their futures six month ahead and the FBI agent trying to stop another one from happening. The series grabbed my attention right from the start asking the question “What would you do if you caught a glimpse of your future?”.
  3. Jericho
  4. 24
  5. Lost
  6. House
  7. Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
  8. 30 Rock
  9. The Office
  10. Burn Notice
  11. Community
  12. One Tree Hill
  13. Friday Night Lights
  14. Parks and Recreation
  15. Breaking Bad

Posted: November 8, 2012 by Aaron M Zaffuto in Uncategorized


This story is taking on more twists and turns than the Rosie Larsen murder mystery.

Three months after TVLine first broke the news that Netflix was in early talks to resurrect AMC’s cancelled serial thriller The Killing, the ink on the deal is nearly dry.

But in a surprising twist, the new season would actually air on AMC first, per our sister site Deadline.

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The pact would call for AMC to share the cost of a third season with Netflix, with the cabler getting first crack at airing the new episodes. This mirrors the similar (and successful) split-window arrangement NBC and DirecTV had with Friday Night Lights.

In an interview over the summer, leading man Joel Kinnaman (who, like co-star Mireille Enos, is already signed on for Season 3) told TVLine that…

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Posted: November 8, 2012 by Aaron M Zaffuto in Uncategorized


Chicago Fire Hits Ratings HighThanks to a special Wednesday night installment of The Voice, NBC’s Chicago Fire roared to series highs this week, rising 27 and 44 percent to deliver 7.1 million total viewers and a 2.3 rating.

Admittedly under special circumstances (and declining 8 percent in audience by the half hour), ChiFi now stands as this season’s only freshman drama to beat its premiere rating (1.9) with a subsequent episode.

As for The Voice itself (10.4 mil/3.7), it handily outrated rival The X Factor (7 mil/2.6), yet was down 18 percent from Monday’s Playoffs Part 1.

The night’s other big superlative goes to The CW’s Arrow, which surged 23 and 30 percent week-to-week to 3.7 million total viewers and a 1.3 rating — its largest audience since the series launch and tying its best demo delivery. In turn, Supernatural (2.3 mil/1.0) rose 28 and 25 percent. (Compared to last season’s Episode…

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