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/r/television's Whatcha' Watchin' Wednesday: What have you been watching and what do you think of it? (Week of January 17, 2018)
10903
Michael Wolff's 'Fire and Fury' to Become TV Series
180
Aziz Ansari accuser didn’t approach Babe.net with story - Babe sought her out
5749
'The Tick' Renewed by Amazon for Season 2
258
Danny McBride confirms new HBO show will start filming this year.
316
After nearly ten years the IT Crowd is no longer topical due to Everton signing Theo Walcott.
138
'One Mississippi,' 'I Love Dick,' 'Jean Claude Van Johnson' Canceled at Amazon
179
'The West Wing' Cast to Reunite for Benefit Reading of 'All the President's Men'
16664
Always Sunny-Science is a liar sometimes:The argument against evolution
348
Some absolute maniac made an interactive map tracing all the jumps from Quantum Leap
86
"The Future Man" was the bigger surprise I had this year until now.
111
NBC will stream the Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony live for the first time ever
23
Given the current controversy involving Aziz Ansari, I feel like this MTV Movie Awards promo is more relevant than ever
6
Veteran British Actor Peter Wyngarde Dies at 90
20
Trust | Season 1: Official Trailer [HD] | FX
363
Ellen Pompeo Inks New 2-Year Deal For ‘Grey’s Anatomy, Making Her the Highest Paid Actress on TV
177
Hotel Fight | The Leftovers
191
TV Ratings: 'Black Lightning' Gets a Promising Premiere on CW
8
Last night's 'X-Files' episode is the most satisfying of the season
47
‘The Boys’: Antony Starr, Chace Crawford, Dominique McElligott & Jessie Usher Cast In Amazon’s Superhero Drama Series
70
ABC Renews 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire' for 17th Season
47
Hearing Eddie Murphy's "Party all the time" in the opening credits of Big Little Lies
144
Insomniac with Dave Attell is a damn good show
3
Discussion re: Electric Dreams S1 E6 'Safe and Sound'
3
Comedy Central’s 'Corporate' finds dark humor in selling your soul to the company store
277
[Meta Discussion] Should /r/television focus more on news on tv series and discussions, rather than actor gossip and "best of" clips?
4
High Maintenance Season 2 Official Trailer (2018) | HBO
114
Vince Gilligan On The Toughest Jams The ‘Breaking Bad’ Writers Put Walter White Into
37
The Funeral of Spike TV
3
Ricky Gervais Interview - The Late Show - January 17th, 2018
64
Profile on Darren Criss for 'American Crime Story: Versace.' Definitely going to be a breakout role for him.
31
Katie Couric returns to NBC to co-host the Olympics
4
A timeline of the American crime story: Versace Drama
2
Tribute to The Critic cartoon
9494
Nick Offerman as "Karl Weathers" in Fargo - Drunken Rant
11
What is the best show that started in 1990?
1464
‘True Detective’: Scoot McNairy Cast In Season 3 Of HBO Series
15
The first 3 episodes of 'The Path' season 3 are now available on Hulu
2
"Bill Nye Saves The World" is a steaming load...
8
It's pretty much impossible to tell what temperature it is in Riverdale
4161
Legion shows us that you don't need 2-3 episodes of relationship drama to sell viewers on a TV couple. All you need is 3 minutes of great music and fantastic editing.
118 212to206 Sweet Dee. Women in comedy are so often delegated to the "I don't think that's a good idea" role because "lol girls are smarter than boys" bullshit they try to run on us, but I love that Sweet Dee is allowed to be a fuck up and a mess and just as evil as the rest of the boys. (See also: Selina Meyer)
111 wherestherice Kim Wexler from Better Call Saul.
29 megarell Probably Sharon "Athena" Valerii in Battlestar Galactica. Everything and almost everyone was against her, yet she continued to prove herself loyal to Adama and the fleet.
76 Raging_Magneto96 I don’t think she’s too “underrated” anymore but Thandie Newton’s Maeve from Westworld is one of the best strong female characters on TV. I think another one that’s probably more underrated is Jean Smart’s Dr. Melanie Bird in Legion. One of the Best Parts of that Show’s First Season last year. I’m probably forgetting a lot more too.
24 KlausMikaelson6 Raven Reyes in The 100
21 develomancer Olivia from Fringe! Though personally I never understood why people like Sansa, Arya is much better!
72 fieldsRrings Love Sansa Stark. An underrated female for me would be Elliot from Scrubs. I usually hear people talk about JD and Turk or Dr. Cox but Elliot was hilarious. Sarah Chalke is a good comedic actress and the way she played up the obsessive, neurotic tendencies was gold.
20 averageschmuck Claudette from *The Shield*. CCH Pounder's performance is one of the show's highlights.
20 whitesummerside Martha Jones.
18 Bikinigirlout Pam Poovey from Archer Pam is such a badass. She is always up for anything and isn’t afraid to jump into a fight. She is also one of Archer’s best friends and the best sex he’s ever had. In Dreamland, she didn’t even need a gender and she was still Archer’s best friend. (Her favorite turd)
60 MaddiKate Betty Draper. She seems to get the Skyler White treatment, where everyone hates her but loooooves Don. Imo she’s even more tragic than Skyler. And imo January Jones did an excellent job portraying her. *spoilers* You have this young woman who is living a fairly progressive lifestyle for her time- earns a Bachelor’s, studies abroad, models. Then she is told to give all of that up for this man, because that’s what good lil women did back then. While that man (Don) is rich and successful, he’s also a fucking TERRIBLE man. He lies about his entire identity, drinks constantly, is a workaholic, and slides his dick into any and all women. Meanwhile, he constantly belittles her. She becomes a depressed, miserable housewife. The depression is compounded by all of the people in her life that tell her that her life is so wonderful! She is so lucky to be with Don! Even her own psychologist infantilizes her. So she finally leaves Don for Henry Francis. Henry is, by all means, 10000x a better man than Don. But he still treats her like a child with little agency. Finally, the end comes. She gets into a good grad program! But right as she begins, she finds out she is dying of cancer. Like Skyler, she wasn’t perfect. She cheated on Don a couple times and wasn’t always a good mom. But she is an angel compared to her no-good ex husband.
15 NeverForgetBGM 30 Rock gets a lot of love but Liz Lemon is a highly underrated tv character.
43 olddicklemon72 Aya Cash’s Gretchen from You’re The Worst.
25 chelsalini Karen from Will & Grace
10 LoLCommenter1 Jadzia Dax nuff said
10 staaahhhhppp Dina (played by Lauren Ash) is the main reason I watch Superstore. She's like a female Dwight Schrute, but with a little more depth and self awareness. Last episode when she ate the chicken leg had me in stitches.
89 maneatermantheyfan We're luckily in the Skyler White renaissance now where people are finally appreciating just how amazing and tragic she is, but definitely her while the show was airing.
30 doegred Not hated but underrated - Laurie from *The Leftovers*. People love Nora so much (rightly, mind you) that they kind of overlook her, plus she was somewhat unsympathetic at the beginning of the show I guess? But she's so fucked up and yet struggling, I love her.
17 SevenWeeksOnReddit Bow from Blackish. I only watched the first two seasons, but she was really funny there
10 CryptidGrimnoir She's beloved by the fandom, but given that the fandom is teeny, I'm going to say Amy Matthews, from Boy Meets World. Amy Matthews, the matriarch of the Matthews family, has very few episodes dedicated to her, even compared to her husband Alan (who is the greatest sitcom father of all time), but she is always there. The father is the pillar of the family, but the mother is the foundation, and Amy is one heck of a foundation. She is kind-hearted and supportive and nurturing, but she is also realistic and grounded, unafraid to call her loved ones out when they're in the wrong. I salute her.
8 whyamihere94 Aunt Becky from full house! She does a lot for the girls in the absence of their mom but I feel like it’s all about the 3 guys
121 0 212to206 Sweet Dee. Women in comedy are so often delegated to the "I don't think that's a good idea" role because "lol girls are smarter than boys" bullshit they try to run on us, but I love that Sweet Dee is allowed to be a fuck up and a mess and just as evil as the rest of the boys. (See also: Selina Meyer)
115 0 wherestherice Kim Wexler from Better Call Saul.
32 0 megarell Probably Sharon "Athena" Valerii in Battlestar Galactica. Everything and almost everyone was against her, yet she continued to prove herself loyal to Adama and the fleet.
76 0 Raging_Magneto96 I don’t think she’s too “underrated” anymore but Thandie Newton’s Maeve from Westworld is one of the best strong female characters on TV. I think another one that’s probably more underrated is Jean Smart’s Dr. Melanie Bird in Legion. One of the Best Parts of that Show’s First Season last year. I’m probably forgetting a lot more too.
23 0 KlausMikaelson6 Raven Reyes in The 100
23 0 develomancer Olivia from Fringe! Though personally I never understood why people like Sansa, Arya is much better!
72 0 fieldsRrings Love Sansa Stark. An underrated female for me would be Elliot from Scrubs. I usually hear people talk about JD and Turk or Dr. Cox but Elliot was hilarious. Sarah Chalke is a good comedic actress and the way she played up the obsessive, neurotic tendencies was gold.
20 0 averageschmuck Claudette from *The Shield*. CCH Pounder's performance is one of the show's highlights.
20 0 whitesummerside Martha Jones.
16 0 Bikinigirlout Pam Poovey from Archer Pam is such a badass. She is always up for anything and isn’t afraid to jump into a fight. She is also one of Archer’s best friends and the best sex he’s ever had. In Dreamland, she didn’t even need a gender and she was still Archer’s best friend. (Her favorite turd)
62 0 MaddiKate Betty Draper. She seems to get the Skyler White treatment, where everyone hates her but loooooves Don. Imo she’s even more tragic than Skyler. And imo January Jones did an excellent job portraying her. *spoilers* You have this young woman who is living a fairly progressive lifestyle for her time- earns a Bachelor’s, studies abroad, models. Then she is told to give all of that up for this man, because that’s what good lil women did back then. While that man (Don) is rich and successful, he’s also a fucking TERRIBLE man. He lies about his entire identity, drinks constantly, is a workaholic, and slides his dick into any and all women. Meanwhile, he constantly belittles her. She becomes a depressed, miserable housewife. The depression is compounded by all of the people in her life that tell her that her life is so wonderful! She is so lucky to be with Don! Even her own psychologist infantilizes her. So she finally leaves Don for Henry Francis. Henry is, by all means, 10000x a better man than Don. But he still treats her like a child with little agency. Finally, the end comes. She gets into a good grad program! But right as she begins, she finds out she is dying of cancer. Like Skyler, she wasn’t perfect. She cheated on Don a couple times and wasn’t always a good mom. But she is an angel compared to her no-good ex husband.
15 0 NeverForgetBGM 30 Rock gets a lot of love but Liz Lemon is a highly underrated tv character.
42 0 olddicklemon72 Aya Cash’s Gretchen from You’re The Worst.
25 0 chelsalini Karen from Will & Grace
11 0 LoLCommenter1 Jadzia Dax nuff said
8 0 staaahhhhppp Dina (played by Lauren Ash) is the main reason I watch Superstore. She's like a female Dwight Schrute, but with a little more depth and self awareness. Last episode when she ate the chicken leg had me in stitches.
87 0 maneatermantheyfan We're luckily in the Skyler White renaissance now where people are finally appreciating just how amazing and tragic she is, but definitely her while the show was airing.
30 0 doegred Not hated but underrated - Laurie from *The Leftovers*. People love Nora so much (rightly, mind you) that they kind of overlook her, plus she was somewhat unsympathetic at the beginning of the show I guess? But she's so fucked up and yet struggling, I love her.
18 0 SevenWeeksOnReddit Bow from Blackish. I only watched the first two seasons, but she was really funny there
8 0 CryptidGrimnoir She's beloved by the fandom, but given that the fandom is teeny, I'm going to say Amy Matthews, from Boy Meets World. Amy Matthews, the matriarch of the Matthews family, has very few episodes dedicated to her, even compared to her husband Alan (who is the greatest sitcom father of all time), but she is always there. The father is the pillar of the family, but the mother is the foundation, and Amy is one heck of a foundation. She is kind-hearted and supportive and nurturing, but she is also realistic and grounded, unafraid to call her loved ones out when they're in the wrong. I salute her.
7 0 whyamihere94 Aunt Becky from full house! She does a lot for the girls in the absence of their mom but I feel like it’s all about the 3 guys