morty

TV historian and Big Brother fan. Former contributor to The Philadelphia Inquirer TV section.

Smithsonian Channel(TM) Enters the World of Global Espionage to Retrace the Movements of the World’s Most Notorious Spies in “Spy Wars with Damian Lewis” Launches Sunday, March 22 at 8PM [VIDEO]

Smithsonian Channel is set to investigate some of the most shocking and explosive cases of espionage over the last 50 years. SPY WARS WITH DAMIAN LEWIS features the incredible true stories of spy wars fought in the shadows, from the turbulent years of the Cold War to the Iran Hostage Crisis and the discovery of…

Documentary Series Following Tennis Superstar Naomi Osaka Coming to Netflix

Netflix has announced that an untitled Naomi Osaka documentary series, in association with UNINTERRUPTED and produced by Film 45, is coming to Netflix. This documentary series takes us on a journey with the multiple Grand Slam Champion, Naomi Osaka, who became the first Asian player to reach the number 1 singles ranking after winning her…

New Miniseries! “Washington” Sunday, February 16 @ 8PM on History [VIDEO]

HISTORY’s six-hour, three-night miniseries event “Washington” will chip away at the bronzed and marbled image of America’s first President and bring to life the man whose name is known to all, but whose epic story is understood by few. Narrated by Emmy award-winning actor Jeff Daniels (“The Newsroom,” “Godless”) and executive produced by world-renowned presidential…

New Series on Adult Swim Look for new quarter-hour series “Three Busy Debras” and “Beef House” begin March 29 on Adult Swim [VIDEO]

Get cozy and spend your Sunday night with Debra, Debra, Debra and the Beef Boys with a night packed full of comedy with the premieres of two all-new, quarter-hour series, Three Busy Debras at Midnight ET/PT and Beef House at 12:15AM ET/PT. Three Busy Debras follows three very busy women who are all named Debra.…

Discovery Channel Special to Celebrate 90th Anniversary of Pluto’s Discovery Premieres Tuesday, February 18 at 11PM

In 1930, Clyde Tombaugh of Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona discovered Pluto, a planet that would become the ninth and smallest in our solar system. Then in 2006, on the last day of the annual International Astronomical Union conference in Prague, everything changed. In a decision riddled with controversy, Pluto was officially reclassified as a…