Ok, so we don’t expect you to skip every rooftop party for a night in front of the TV, but with the onslaught of new must-see reality and comedy shows hitting the small screen, it might be hard to turn that idea down. If searching for the next fashion icon seems too gimmicky (yawn), Odd Future’s sketch comedy will likely raise some eyebrows,
Dawson Jason Van Der Beek’s new show just might bring the LOLz, and a few broke Brooklyn Girls might make you feel a little better about your (not so down and out) life. Below are the trailers of the shows you should be catching next season, but trust us Rooftop > TV…so start setting up that DVR stat.
Take a decade from beneath Carrie Bradshaw’s 30-something eyelids, steal her Jimmy Choos and credit cards, and you’re left with Girls, HBO’s latest New York City series. Based n Brooklyn (duhhh), Lena Dunham plays Hannah; the entitled voice of Gen-Y, struggling to stay afloat in the city after her parents cut her off. Sound familiar? We thought so. Rally up some of your fellow broke betches, and catch Girls on HBO, April 15 at 10:30 PM, EST.
Brace yourselves, because Tyler, The Creator and his gang of wolves are set to take over your nights come spring. Set to
corrupt hit small screens March 25 on Adult Swim, Loiter Squad is a 15-minute mash-up of MAD TV, SNL and Boiling Points with pranks and live music from OFWGKTA. Are you ready to watch the semi-uncensored antics of Tyler and friends on TV?
+(Don’t Trust The B in) Apartment 23
We’ve all had a roommate from hell. Well, on April 11 at 9:30, you’ll have a show entirely dedicated to her! Follow June (Dreama Walker), a mid-west girl who moves to NYC and falls victim to her psycho roommate Chloe (Kryssten Ritter), aka the B in apartment. Co-starring James Van Der Beek, the comedy is set to be the must-see show of the season!
+The House Of Consignment
VH1 is cashing in on the vintage craze by casting eDrop-Off owner Corri McFadden and her bevy of 20-something associates for its latest reality show. Starting March 21st at 10 PM, fashion lovers and budding entrepreneurs get to watch Corri continue to build her vintage fashion empire by collecting designer pieces from high-end clients, and then reselling the looks at affordable prices out of her chic Lincoln Park boutique. With a double dose of dramz, The House of Consignment is likely a bit more exciting than your local Buffalo Exchange.