Network television programming today can be a little disappointing. There are a smattering of good comedies, some quite good hour-long dramas, and a handful of children’s shows that are both educational and fun. The rest of network TV seems to be filled up with a lot of reality television and poorly written, or acted, projects. While advertisers seem happy to keep pouring money into these shows, not many people seem happy to watch them.
An alternative to the wide range of dreadful programming, is to sit down with a good entertainment publication, like Cliché Magazine, and get the behind-the-scenes dish on the art, fashion, music, and television in which you are most interested. Reading an interview with your favorite star is a great deal more fun than watching another sitcom with bad jokes. If you find yourself confronted with yet another block of nearly awful television, grab Cliché, and get caught up on the real drama.