Day: January 12, 2021

A nomadic life leads to diverse horror

Many TV shows – and many people – are rooted in one place. Some rarely leave the living room.
Not Kimani Ray Smith … or “Two Sentence Horror Stories” (show here), the odd little show (8 and 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays on CW, then streaming the next day on he directs for.
Smith had a childhood he describes as “from the desert to the Arctic tundra.” That may make him ideal for a show that covers a broad range. Read more…

Best-bets for Jan. 14: A funny — and sometimes topical — night

1) “Superstore,” 8:30 p.m., NBC. Racial justice, it seems, can come in unlikely areas. For the store, that includes the hair-care products: Only the Black-oriented ones are locked away. That leads to what “Superstore” does best – a mass meeting, where quirks escalate. Garrett (Colton Dunn, foreground, in a previous episode) is expected to speal for an entire race; it’s a witty episode, with subjects soon range from vending machines to “reparation pizzas.” Read more…