Hulu's "Dopesick" is a limited drama series starring Peter Sarsgaard and Michael Keaton, about the Sackler family and the current opiod crisis. The premiere episode features Paula Frazer and Tarnation's "Lonely Nights," from their 1995 album I'll Give You Something to Cry About.
Are you feeling charmed? Ursula 1000's "We Go High (featuring Tee Double)" was featured on a recent episode of the CW's Charmed reboot.
Global TV's Private Eyes has just released its 5th and last season. Closing out the series right in its last episode is Ursula 1000's dance spectacular "Blast Off," featuring the legendary Lady Bunny.
Chromatics' "Cherry," written by Superior's Adam Miller and Nathaniel Miller, appears in the current season of American Horror Stories. Don't be scared you'll miss it! You can catch this episode currently streaming on Hulu.
New Los Angeles band Changing, featuring Superior's Taleen Kali, has their track "Damage Prone" in the upcoming season of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." The final season launches in August on NBC.
Do you believe everything you hear? It's not a great idea on MTV's hit show Catfish, but the soundtrack is always worth paying attention to. Recent episodes featured tunes from Superior's the Alvarez Kings ("Never Let Go") and Taylor Lenz's "Tease."
Billboard Magazine just released their list of the 40 Best Music Videos of 1981, and we're proud to say that Gleaming Spires' "Are You Ready for the Sex Girls?" is at #22. What a right, right, ultra vital nice-nice surprise! You can see the full list here at Billboard.
No fooling: "Hoax" by Superior writers Ramonda Hammer is featured in the new hit show, "Republic of Sarah." The first-season drama airs on the CW.