Dan Forcella

Dan Forcella

It wasn't until marathon sessions of Lost and 24 in the mid 00s that I fell in love with television, but since then it has been head over heels style.  I began making lists and ranking the top shows and characters on television at my blog, The Quiet Pool Perspective.  Shortly thereafter I came on as a staff writer here at TV Fanatic, suffering through scathing review after scathing review of HBO's Hung.  Since June of 2010 I have been lucky enough to write about all-time greats like Justified and Curb Your Enthusiasm, participate in numerous round table conversations, and interview stars such as Chuck's Yvonne Strahovski.  The late nights and early mornings continue to be worth it thanks to the fact that I am able to share my random thoughts and quasi-analysis with the many fans of each and every show I review.  Whether you praise me or bash me, there really can't be many better gigs.
Current Top Five Shows: Breaking Bad, Justified, It's Always Sunny, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Wilfred
Retired Top Five Shows: Lost, Seinfeld, The Wire, Las Vegas, Beverly Hills 90210   Follow me on twitter @DanForcella  
Don and Peggy bonded like never before this week, as the former truly opened up to a co-worker and may be on his way out of the abyss. The episode earned a perfect score from TV Fanatic.
Posted in: Mad Men
We weren't big fans of this week's Hung episode. Would you give a rating of more than two stars? Neither would we.
Posted in: Hung
Another lackluster episode of Hung only earned two stars from TV Fanatic this week. Find out why now and sound off with your take on "Third Base or That Rash."
Posted in: Hung
An important edict from Roger and Lane this week plunged Pete into a personal crisis on Mad Men. How did he respond? Find out in our comprehensive review.
Posted in: Mad Men
A decent episode of Hung this week. We gave it 3 out of 5 stars. Find out why by reading through this review of "Beaverland."
Posted in: Hung
As Lane put it, this week's episode of Mad Men was akin to a "welcome distraction." It took Don to California and then he and Lane all over New York City.
Posted in: Mad Men