A guide to what we’re barely putting up with this week.
FX’s deliciously campy miniseries, The People V. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story. Yes, it’s a glorified movie of the week. Yes, David Schwimmer and a wig play Robert Kardashian. Yes, it’s okay if these are all the reasons you need to watch this.
The latest YA dystopia, The 5th Wave. There comes a time in every teenager’s life when they have to decide which kind of future apocalyptic hellscape they want to pretend to be a part of.
Fox’s network TV drama club presentation, Grease: Live. “It’s that girl from Dancing With The Stars as you’ve never seen her! Unless you’ve seen Dancing With The Stars!” Fox yells into the uncaring TV abyss.
Moschino’s Windex-bottle perfume, Fresh Couture. It’s all the fun of spraying window cleaner on your skin without the chemical burn and with the smell of “mall.”
The inexplicable, possibly alcoholic, definitely annoying beverage, Henry’s Hard Soda. This ain’t your momma’s Zima!
The SAG Awards. The most glamorous union-sponsored event since the Meat-Cutters Ball on The Brady Bunch.
CBS’ thoroughly useless, hour-long commercial parade, Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials. Finally, a show for the dead-eyed people who watch the Super Bowl just for the commercials.