Thanks, I appreciate that. Aside from tv reviews, and using imdb or Wikipedia to complement some minor derails (cast list, etc.), I virtually make exclusive use of tvrage for anything tv-related, and have been for years. **** I don't think it's overstating to say that the past decade has ushered a Television renaissance. In my mind, it began with HBO's 'Oz,' and by the time Battlestar Galactica made its ascent, a Golden Age of Television seemed to be emerging **** And now, Good Television has never been so good (and perhaps, also bad Television has never been so bad - I highly recommend 'The Soup,' for further insights and hilarities from that realm; of course, bad is always bad, "Jerry-Jerry!"). **** But, returning to Good: The breadth and depth and scope and expanse and expense of TV productions, coupled with the advent of hi-res and high-definition audiovideo (quality that in prior decades was the exclusive domain of cinema), Television is now able to deliver high-quality content and hitherto unparalleled aesthetics, like never before. **** I see an overarching trend behind some of my favourite top dramatic show (top of my head) such as: 'Game of Thrones,' 'Breaking Bad,' 'Boss,' 'Spartacus,' 'Justified,' Walking Dead, and many others; as well as Comedic revivals ('Futurama,' 'Arrested Development,' etc.) and staples; as well as the increasing rise of shows (and entire channels) dedicated to Science and Nature and History. Perhaps other differ, but I get the sense that these new heights -like, for example, 'Game of Thrones' doing to TV fantasy what Galactica did with TV scifi- do not seem to be diminishing (hopefully I didn't just jinx it!) **** And, despite the increasingly intensive and worrisome trend of scorching so, so much potential, mostly on the part of 'The Networks,' whose respect for our time, and minds (lack thereof, rather), has never been more evident (almost as evident as their otherwise growing disorientation). Still, for every NBC or ABC who cancel (and at times even violently expunge) a show faster than they are able to broadcast it, there are the Starz, AMC, HBO, IFC, FX, Showcase, and others, who are, mercifully, taking the reigns from The Networks, and doing so with infinitely greater maturity and patience **** And so, without abandoning one's critical faculties, I feel it is still fair to say that Television has seen a transformative exponential upwards shift since the 1990s (in comparing it versus the first-ish decade of the 21st Century) **** And throughout all that, one website has risen above all others: it has the simplest (yet-all-encompassing), most intelligible layout, especially for the weekly/daily schedule list, and it has elegant and intelligent TV news stories. **** Consider the one day tvrage was down for maintenance, when I truly realized just how lacking tvguide, tvtome, and the other tvrage would-be "peers" are (needless to say, they did not make it easy or simple, at least for my varied tastes; and the level of adspam was...not insignificant). Basically, I just wanted to know what was on that Evening, but their various schedule lists were so filled with holes; I was forced to go from one site to an adspammy other and then the other, and back again because I forgot -and all I f-ing wanted was the a (singular) simple and holistic tvrage-like schedule list, but none was to be found, anywhere (which actually surprised me a fair bit) **** I've been writing for lack 20-minutes straight, so I'll sum up by saying that: We have it really good with tvrage; where a talented, dedicated crew of volunteers is putting multi-million-dollar websites of multi-billion-dollar corporate behemoths to shame, year after year after year (a tendency which hints at broader lessons). **** So, when I say it, I really mean it: Keep_up_the_great_work!