Category Archives: The 100

Thoughts on “Thirteen” and “The 100” as a whole

Trying something different here: I wrote about 1,500 words about “The 100,” but thought that it might be better to post over on Tumblr than here. Maybe I was right, maybe I was wrong. In any case, you can head over here to read ’em.

Review: In season three, “The 100” is potentially in as much peril as its characters

I’m hesitant to even write about the third season of “The 100,” which premieres this Thursday, January 21, for two reasons. The first is purely practical: It’s hard to talk about the season without describing what happens in it, and watching the story unfold is something you as a viewer need to experience without having […]

Plot versus story, redux

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: When it comes to TV, plot is not important. That thought rang out while watching the fourth episode of this season of “Orange Is The New Black” the other night. (Yes, I’m “behind,” or whatever that means in the days of bingewatching. Whatever.) Very little has […]