How do you make a TV Show about making a TV Show even more self-serious than Aaron Sorkin did?
Somehow, Apple found a way.
Say what you like about Aaron Sorkin’s Sports Night, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip and The Newsroom. The fact is, for all these shows could struggle against the sense that Sorkin was taking things far more seriously than the stories they were telling justified (Particularly Studio 60 with its heavy handed post-9/11ism and The Newsroom with its anvilicious – albeit justified – skewering of the modern news media), Sorkin at least understood that Television is supposed to be fun and the shows about it should be too. Continue reading
Welcome to my refreshed personal website – there’s a new look, it’s been updated with my more recent output and it’s all being relaunched with with a brand new address that’s much easier to remember: TVPaulD.com!
Now that I’ve tidied the place up a bit and gotten everything back up to date, it will be a one-stop-shop for my content output once again!
So that means all my video content will be posted here and I’ll also try and get back in the habit of writing Blog Posts from time to time – not everything I have to say suits the video treatment!
So take a look around, watch a few videos and stay tuned for more!
The LEGOLAND Express takes visitors to LEGOLAND Windsor on a scenic tour around some of the central lands in the park, taking in sights like Heartlake City from the LEGO Friends franchise, animals “roaming” the park and the new Haunted House Monster Party.
The Hill Train at LEGOLAND Windsor shuttles guests between “The Beginning” (LEGOLAND Windsor’s entry plaza) and the heart of the park at the bottom of the hill – and back again! Thjs journey is from the bottom of the hill back to the top.
Rhythms of the Pride Lands is a through-sung, one-act musical retelling the story of Disney’s The Lion King performed in the new Frontierland Theater, replacing the old Chaparral Theater, in Disneyland Paris’s Frontierland.