Daniel Johnson is a graduate of the University of Oregon's School of Journalism and Communication. He's had a passion for all things film and television since early childhood, but these days is drawn most to TV comedies, comedian-hosted podcasts, sketch shows and stand-up comedy. He even listens to DVD commentaries of his favorite comedy films. Okay, he'll admit he's a comedy nerd and that writing about himself in third-person is a bit weird...
Articles by Daniel Johnson
In closing off its main story arcs, The Strain makes some bold moves in its season 2 finale that will impact the characters down the line.
Exiled from Tucson, Phil and Carol hit the road in search of a new home in The Last Man on Earth season 2 premiere: ‘Is There Anybody Out There?’
The Scream Queens two-part series premiere blends humor, horror, and visual panache to create a (mostly) fun and fast-paced television debut.
A new politically-correct principal takes the reigns at South Park Elementary in the South Park season 19 premiere: ‘Stunning and Brave.’
While the end of an influential series is often a somber occasion, the two-part Key & Peele finale closes the series with a playfully light touch.
Jenny wins a coveted prize, Taco begs for punishment, and Andre has a secret in The League season 7 premiere: ‘That Other Draft.’
As the first season of HBO’s Ballers draws to a close, we’re left with just one question: did the series’ creators expect to get a second season?
Eph and Nora test their own vampire virus, Gus meets a childhood hero, and Abraham continues his search for the Lumen in ‘The Silver Angel.’
‘Ballers,’ ‘UnReal’ and ‘Workaholics’ are renewed, and trailers for ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ and ‘Homeland’ season 5 are released.
‘Key & Peele’ returns with its season 5 premiere, but it doesn’t bring the amount of laughs that the show’s fans are used to with it.
The series premiere of HBO’s dramedy ‘Ballers’ presents interesting story potential in the world of pro sports, but fails to deliver comedically.