Poker Face ended its first season today. And the finale was just wonderful, capping one of the best television debuts you’ll watch all year. I miss Charlie Cale already and you’d better believe, I will be seated whenever it returns. Give Natasha Lyonne and Rian Johnson all of their flowers.
Another solid episode of “Poker Face” has dropped this week, written and directed by Charlie Cale herself, Natasha Lyonne, as she tries to unravel the mystery of a corrupt movie special effects house executive trying to cover up a murder. The ending was another wild one with Laura (Cherry Jones)
Another week, another excellent episode of “Poker Face”, and congratulations to Natasha Lyonne, Rian Johnson, and the rest of the spectacular team that put this pleasant surprise together on the show’s renewal for season 2. It’s just fun television. But let’s talk about the ending to “The Future of the
We’re only in February, and Poker Face is only five episodes into its run, but I’d be perfectly content adding this week’s “Time of the Monkey” episode to my “Best Of” for the year. Anchored by absolutely terrific performances by Lyonne, Judith Light and S. Epatha Merkerson, the show manages
Peacock launched Poker Face, last week and the Natasha Lyonne action-comedy is a winner early on in its run, creating a protagonist in Charlie Cale that is just so easy to root for (story HERE). Charlie’s gift is that she’s able to detect if someone is lying to her. And
Placement advertising is an underappreciated science these days. We’ve known about it for years, and in the modern era, even celebrated our favorite celebrities securing the “bag” with a product we like being embedded into their material. This week, we had two far and away winners with placement advertising. The