There's so much great television right now ("Downton Abbey," "Homeland," "Modern Family") that you forget how much bad TV remains. Snooki. Any Kardashian. Scripted shows with off-putting titles like, "I Hate My Teenage Daughter."
There's a hilarious blog called The Hollywood Temp Diaries. It's written by “Temp X,” one of the thousands of seemingly dispensable fill-in workers who populate studios and agencies around town. "I am one of those barnacles on the hull of the good ship 'Hollywood.'"
Temp X’s blog covers all aspects of life in “the business”, including giving advice to assistants on how to keep their bosses happy at Sundance ("Get your boss free lift tickets to Alta. And only Alta. Why? No snowboarders there.") The blog provides a Hollywood Dictionary, ("A 'backdoor pilot' is a Made-for-TV movie designed to test the market on a concept"). There's also an annual Brown List, in which readers vote on the most-liked and least-liked executive in La-La land.