If you want to see one of the coolest Subway Car Wrap ad campaigns in recent memory — if not of all time — head over to with either Grand Central Terminal or Times Square 42nd Street and hop on the S Shuttle train that runs exclusively between those two stations, because the cars have been transformed into the legendary living room set of the soon-be-rebooted Roseanne TV show.
As I was pleasantly surprised to discover a couple of weeks ago, the subway seats have been camouflaged to look like the Conner’s famous couch, down to the appearance of the iconic afghan. Meanwhile, the ends of each subway car are patterned after a fireplace, with photos of the Conner family and other tchotchkes on the mantle. The walls feature portraits of Roseann Barr, John Goodman and the rest of the original cast, who are all returning to reprise their roles for the reboot.
These photos were taken on two separate trips and both were during rush hour, so it was virtually impossible to get a photo without people in it, sorry!
Roseanne debuts on ABC on Tuesday, March 27th, and the ad campaigns should be up through March 30th, 2018.
Oh my goodness! I am so excited to report that the new, third season of Baskets (one of my Top Five Favorite TV Shows) starts on Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 on the FXNetwork Automation. Check your local listings for channel information and airtimes!
I admit that I was a little bit late to the party ins discovering Broad City, mostly because I had no clue it existed for the first couple of seasons. But now I’m hooked on this crazy, insanely edgy Comedy Central show about the absurdist adventures of best friends Abbi and Ilana, who may or may not be lesbians! It’s like Girls but without the HBO budget, and with less gratuitous nudity! A new season of Broad City starts on Wednesday, September 13th, 2017, so set those DVRs! But first, check out this article about a new line of Broad CitySex Toys!
Hey What’s up and Happy New Year. Season 7 of Portlandia (on IFC, Thursdays at 10 PM) debuted last night, and I had meant to get this ad up earlier in the week, but then that didn’t happen. So, I am posting it today. If you missed the first episode, it’s not too late to catch up On Demand or Online.
Those Who Can’t is a half-hour show, based in Denver, Colorado, that follows three dysfunctional teachers, played by show creators Adam Cayton-Holland, Andrew Orvedahl and Ben Roy of the Denver-based comedy troupe The Grawlix. More inept than the kids they teach, they’re out to beat the system as they struggle to survive each day on their own terms. Maria Thayer stars as the school librarian with a bubbling passion for life.