NEW YORK, July 17, 2015 — This week, the MediaPost TV blog ranged from Denis Leary’s new rock ‘n’ roll comedy on FX — “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll” (I didn’t like it so much) — to “Driving Miss Daisy,” starring Angela Lansbury and James Earl Jones (I liked this very much). In between, two posts this week attempted to gauge the impact of Caitlyn Jenner on the rest of us, and one post reviewed “Tut,” the Spike miniseries that starts Sunday.
They were all part of the wide world of TV this week. Read all five of my MediaPost blogs from the past week, with these links:
Monday, July 13: Shock Volume Doesn’t Quite Reach 11 in Leary Rock-Star Comedy
Tuesday, July 14: From ‘I Am Jazz’ To ‘I Am Cait,’ It’s A Trans-Formative Time For TV
Wednesday, July 15: Walk Like An Egyptian: Spike’s ‘Tut’ Struts His Stuff
Thursday, July 16: Media Cheers Caitlyn, But Will Ad Biz Embrace Transgender Trend?
Friday, July 17: Don’t Miss ‘Daisy’: Sit Back And Leave The ‘Driving’ To PBS
— Adam Buckman
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