Welcome to Popculturology. It’s a newsletter about pop culture.
To be specific, Popculturology focuses on movie and television news, trailers and the box office. I also share what my thoughts on the movies and TV shows I’ve been watching, cool stories that I’ve read, and other fun pop culture items I’ve discovered.
On top of all that, Popculturology publishes Deep SNL Thoughts, a special edition after each new of Saturday Night Live, and The Box Office Report on Mondays.
I love writing about pop culture, and I hope you enjoy reading this newsletter. Are you a subscriber yet? It’s the easiest way to make sure you get every edition of Popculturology.
I once ran a website called Popculturology. It covered pop culture. I also wrote for CBS Interactive’s TV.com before they disappeared. Between those two ventures (and Twitter), I’ve been writing about pop culture — Star Wars, the MCU, How I Met Your Mother, SNL — for over a decade.
I’ve resurrected Popculturology over here on Substack as a place to offer my thoughts on pop culture as we watch Twitter fall apart.
Popculturology publishes on Tuesdays and Fridays. Deep SNL Thoughts publishes on Sunday after a new episode of SNL has aired. The Box Office Report publishes on Mondays.
Both editions of the main newsletter cover the things you love — pop culture news, movie trailers, what I’ve been watching, what I’ve been reading and anything else fun I’ve found online.
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